NAGAOKA Eiichi

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Name
NAGAOKA Eiichi
Affiliation
Kagoshima University
Section
Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics(Removable Prosthodontics)
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Osaka University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1972
 - 
1973
Osaka University Dental Hospital
 
1974
 - 
1980
Osaka University Dental School, Assistant Professor
 
1980
 - 
1982
Osaka University Dental Hospital, Lecturer
 
1982
 - 
1982
Kagoshima University Dental Hospital, Lecturer
 
1982
 - 
2003
Kagoshima University Dental School, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1972
Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Osaka University
 

Misc

 
A clinical survey of over dentures ; Report 1 "Jointly Worked"
The journal of Osaka University Dental School   22, 229-254    1982
Study of retention in attachment for over denture (1) Laboratory-made stud attachment "Jointly Worked"
The journal of Osaka University Dental School   20, 201-214    1980
Clinical Application of Tissue Reflectance Spectrophotometry to Examination of Mucosa of Denture Supporting Tissue "Jointly Worked"
Proceeding of the world congress on prosthodontics   488-489    1991
Comparison of the Hardness of Tissue Conditioners and Oral Soft Tissue Measured by a Modified Hardness Tester "Jointly Worked"
Dentistry in Japan   30 110-114   1993
An Analyzing System of Esthetics on Face Image by Digital Camera "Jointly Worked"
Journal of Esthetic Dentistry   10(1) 207-209   1998

Works

 
Application of Glass-fiber Reinforcing Composite Materials to Clasp
1999 - 2000
Effect of estrogen on osteoclastgenesis in rat periodontium
1999 - 2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Methods of Examinations and Diagnoses in the Removable Prosthodontics
Project Year: 1984   
Properties and Lesions of Denture Supporting Tissues
Project Year: 1976   
Methods of Removable Denture Construction
Project Year: 1972   
Glass-fiber Reinforcing Composite Material for Removable Proschodoutics
Prosthetic dentistry in dysphagia rehabilitation