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Hossam Nassar

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Name : Hossam Nassar
Title: Lecturer
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Personal Info: Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar works as a Lecturer of Removable Prosthodontics at the Faculty of Dentistry at Future University in Egypt

Education

Certificate Major University Year
PhD removable prosthodontics ain shams 2011
Masters Prosthodontic Cairo University 2007
Bachelor Dental Surgery Cairo University 1998

Teaching Experience

Name of Organization Position From Date To Date
October 6 University Instructor 01/09/2003 31/08/2007

Researches /Publications

Radiographic Assessment of Different Attachment System in Kennedy Class 1 Lower Partially Edentulous Ridges with Anterior Modification Space - 01/0

Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar Mohamed Hassouna

01/01/2014

Aim: This research was carried out to evaluate different attachment systems in cases of distal extension partial denture with anterior modification area regarding the crestal bone level changes of the principal abutments. Materials & Methods: Twenty patients exhibiting Kennedy Class 1 lower edentulous ridges with anterior modification space with bilateral canines, and first or second premolars the standing abutments were selected. Patients were divided into 2 equal groups. Group one, partial denture retained by anterior splint bar with short distal cantilever extension was constructed, while for group two partial denture retained by extracoronal resilient attachments was constructed. Follow up visits were scheduled at time of denture insertion, six, twelve and eighteen months after denture insertion. Crestal bone level changes were assessed using intra-oral radiographs taken with the standardized long cone paralleling technique. Results: This study showed that there was a statistically significant increase in crestal bone height loss around the principal abutments in both groups. For both groups, statistically significant difference was found comparing the amount of marginal bone loss at the anterior abutments, where group 1 showed less bone resorption from insertion to 18 months in comparison to group 2. Conclusion: Anterior splint bar with short distal cantilever should be considered as a treatment option in cases exhibiting Kennedy class 1 edentulous ridges with anterior modification space.

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Evaluation of ridge changes in immediate implant placement in split crest technique - 01/0

Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar Mohamed Hassouna

01/01/2014

Objectives: This research was carried out to evaluate crestal bone level changes around dental implants immediately installed after split-crest technique in mandible. Materials and Methods: Ten patients receiving 20 dental implants with inadequate mandibular buccolingual dimension, 2–3 mm of crestal width; and sufficient height from the tip of the alveolar ridge to the inferior alveolar canal were evaluated in this retrospective study. All the patients underwent split-crest technique with immediate implant insertion. Implant placement was conducted through a conventional two-step procedure. After 4 months the patients received a mandibular (partial or complete) overdenture retained by ball and socket attachments. Crestal bone level changes around dental implants were assessed using cone beam computed tomography. Results: Using the split ridge technique showed high rate of success and minimal ridge height changes.

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Radiographic Assessment of Different Attachment System in Kennedy class I lower partially edentulous ridges with anterior modification space - 01/0

Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar Mohamed Hassouna

01/01/2014

Objectives: This research was carried out to evaluate different attachment systems in cases of distal extension partial denture with anterior modification area regarding the crestal bone level changes of the principal abutments. Materials and Methods: Twenty patients exhibiting Kennedy class I lower edentulous ridges with anterior modification space with bilateral canines, and first or second premolars the standing abutments were selected. The abutments were prepared to receive splinted ceramometallic crowns. Patients were divided into two equal groups. Group one, partial denture retained by anterior splint bar with short distal cantilever extension was constructed, while for group two partial denture retained by extracoronal resilient attachments was constructed. Follow up visits were scheduled at time of denture insertion, six, twelve and eighteen months after denture insertion. Crestal bone level changes were assessed using intra-oral radiographs taken with the standardized long cone paralleling technique. Results: This study showed that there was a statistically significant increase in crestal bone height loss around the principal abutments in both groups. For both groups; statistically significant difference was found comparing the amount of marginal bone loss at the anterior abutments; where group I showed less bone resorption from insertion to eighteen months in comparison to group II. Statistically insignificant difference was found in the amount of marginal bone loss of the posterior abutments. Conclusion: Anterior splint bar with short distal cantilever should be considered as a treatment option in cases exhibiting Kennedy class I lower partially edentulous ridges with anterior modification space.

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Evaluation of ridge changes in immediate implant placement in split crest technique - 01/0

Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar Mohamed Hassouna

01/01/2014

Objectives: This research was carried out to evaluate crestal bone level changes around dental implants immediately installed after split-crest technique in mandible. Materials and Methods: Ten patients receiving 20 dental implants with inadequate mandibular buccolingual dimension, 2–3 mm of crestal width; and sufficient height from the tip of the alveolar ridge to the inferior alveolar canal were evaluated in this retrospective study. All the patients underwent split-crest technique with immediate implant insertion. Implant placement was conducted through a conventional two-step procedure. After 4 months the patients received a mandibular (partial or complete) overdenture retained by ball and socket attachments. Crestal bone level changes around dental implants were assessed using cone beam computed tomography. Results: Using the split ridge technique showed high rate of success and minimal ridge height changes.

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egyptian dental assosciation - 01/0

Hossam Eldin Ibrahim Nassar Mohamed Hassouna

01/01/2011

improve long life learning

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