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    Eruption of an impacted canine in an adenomatid odontogenic tumor treated with combined orthodontic and surgical therapy
    (2016-06-01) Erdur, Emire Aybuke; Ileri, Zehra; Ugurluoglu, Ceyhan; Cakir, Mustafa; Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    An adenomatoid odontogenic tumor is an uncommon asymptomatic lesion that is often misdiagnosed as a dentigerous cyst. It originates from the odontogenic epithelium. Enucleation and curettage is the usual treatment of choice. Marsupialization may be attempted instead of extraction of the impacted tooth, since it provides an opportunity for tooth eruption. This case report is the first to report on the eruption of an impacted canine in an adenomatoid odontogenic tumor treated with combined orthodontics and marsupialization. The impacted canine erupted uneventfully, with no evidence of recurrence 3 years after the treatment.
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    Orthodontic Treatment of an Ankylosed Maxillary Central Incisor through Osteogenic Distraction
    (2010-03-01) Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Karaman, Ali Ihya; Pampu, A. Alper; Topkara, Ahu; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    Tooth ankylosis is one of the various problems in dentistry and requires special treatment approaches for satisfactory results. In the orthodontic treatment of an ankylosed tooth, different treatment modalities have been put into practice including both orthodontic and orthodontic-surgical approaches. For favorable results, gingival margin esthetics must be considered as much as leveling the ankylosed tooth in the arch. Distraction osteogenesis accompanied by orthodontic mechanics is a sensible way of achieving this goal. However, devices used in the distraction protocol are high in price and bulky in shape, causing functional and esthetic problems for the patient. This report describes treatment of an infrapositioned ankylosed incisor with continuous distraction forces produced by conventional orthodontic mechanics. In conclusion, the ankylosed tooth was leveled in the upper arch successfully with a harmonic gingival margin. (Angle Orthod 2010; 80:391-395.)
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    Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor: An outdated report Response
    (2016-12-01) Erdur, Emire Aybuke; Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Ileri, Zehra; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
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    Effect of 2 flap designs on postoperative pain and swelling after impacted third molar surgery
    (2013-10-01) Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Esen, Alparslan; Isik, Kubilay; Candirli, Celal; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    Objective. The aim of this study was to evaluate 2 flap designs (envelope and modified triangular flap) for postoperative pain and swelling after mandibular impacted third molar surgery.
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    Biomechanical evaluation of malleable noncompression miniplates in mandibular angle fractures: an experimental study
    (2012-07-01) Esen, Alparslan; Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Tuz, Hakan Hifzi; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    The purpose of this experimental study was to test the reliability of a single malleable titanium miniplate using Champy-s method of fixing fractures of the mandibular angle. Eighteen sheep hemimandibles were used to evaluate 2 plating techniques. The groups were tested with either a single non-compression titanium miniplate or a single malleable titanium miniplate. A cantilever bending biomechanical test model was used for the samples. Each group was tested with vertical forces using a servohydraulic testing unit. The displacement values in each group at each 10 N stage up to 90 N were compared using 2-way analysis of variance (ANOVA). The displacement values for the 2 groups differed significantly (p < 0.01). The variance analyses showed that the biomechanical behaviour of a single non-compression miniplate was better than that of a single malleable miniplate. The non-compression miniplate fixed by screws had greater resistance to occlusal loads than the malleable plate fixed by screws, and the malleable plate alone was not sufficient to withstand the early postoperative bite force. (C) 2011 The British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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    Experimental evaluation of acute molding of the regenerate in mandibular distraction osteogenesis in a rabbit model
    (2010-11-01) Candirli, Celal; Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Etoz, Osman A.; Avunduk, Mustafa Cihat; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    Objectives. The aim of this study was to investigate the possible effect of acute regenerate molding (ARM) on bone healing in mandibular distraction osteogenesis (DO).
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    İskeletsel Sınıf III Maloklüzyona Sahip Bir Hastanın Ortodontik- Cerrahi Tedavisi - Bir olgu Sunumu
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    Histological evaluation of effectiveness of platelet-rich fibrin on healing of sinus membrane perforations: A preclinical animal study
    (2017-08-01) Aricioglu, Ceyhun; Dolanmaz, DOĞAN; Esen, Alparslan; Isik, Kubilay; Avunduk, Mustafa Cihat; DOLANMAZ, DOĞAN
    The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) in repairing of Schneiderian membrane perforations in rabbit maxillary sinus. A total of 42 female New Zealand rabbits were randomly divided into two groups. Symmetrical bony defects were created 1 cm in diameter and the sinus membranes were exposed. The Schneiderian membranes were elevated in both sinuses and each membrane was perforated with a 1 cm incision. No treatment was applied to the right perforations in both groups. Left-sided perforations were closed with collagen membrane in the first group and PRF membrane in the other group. Seven animals randomly selected from each group were sacrificed at weeks 1, 2 and 4 in order to be able to examine the amounts of lymphocytes, fibroblasts, veins, and collagen fibers in the area where the membranes were applied. Histological analyses showed that there were no statistically significant differences between the collagen membrane and the PRF membrane in the healing of sinus perforation area. PRF may be considered as an alternative application to collagen membrane in sinus membrane perforations. (C) 2017 European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.