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List of Presentations
Yoshihiro Tsukiyama Last modified date:2021.09.01

Professor / Division of Oral Biological Sciences / Department of Dental Science / Faculty of Dental Science


Presentations
1. Tsukiyama Y, DC/TMD for diagnosing temporomandibular joint disorders and the improvement of diagnostic accuracy with imaging, The 19th Asian Academy of Orofacial Pain and TMD, 2019.10.
2. Tsukiyama Y, DC/TMD as standardized diagnostic criteria for the most common temporomandibular disorders (TMD), The 6th Asian Academy Congress for TMJ, 2019.07.
3. Report on Joint ADEE/ADEA Meeting: Shaping the Future of Dental Education III - Oral Health from a Global Perspective (Bresia, Italy, 25-27 April, 2019).
4. Education of medical communication skills in Kyushu University School of Dentistry .
5. Prosthodontic Treatment for Patients with Masticatory Disorders and Chronic Pain.
6. Matsumoto Y, Kuwatsuru R, Tsukiyama Y, Oki K, Yamasaki Y, Iwashita H, Koyano K, Objective assessment of chewing side of the complete dentures patients., The 96th International Association for Dental Research, 2018.07.
7. Tsukiyama Y, Prosthodontic education system in Japan, Japan Prosthodontic Society (JPS), 60th Anniversary of the KAP & 6th Biennial Congress of KAP-CPS-JPS: Pre-Congress Workshop, 2019.03.
8. Tsukiyama Y, Recent activities of Japanese Society of Orofacial Pain (JSOP), The 18th Scientific Meeting of the Asian Academy of Craniomandibular Disorders, 2018.10.
9. DC/TMD Axis I.
10. Diagnosis of most common TMD using DC/TMD protocol -Masticatory muscle palpation and pain provocation test for temporomandibular joint-.
11. Clinical reasoning for the diagnosis.
12. Presentation of temporomandibular disorder cases using DC/TMD protocol -Case-based hands-on seminar-.
13. Tsukiyama Y, Restorative aspects of Orofacial Pain/TMJDS, 1st Joint Specialist Conference 2018, 2018.03.
14. Tsukiyama Y, Orofacial Pain & TMJDS, 1st Joint Specialist Conference 2018, 2018.03.
15. Tsukiyama Y , Occlusal Splints for Temporomandibular Disorders, 1st Joint Specialist Conference 2018, 2018.03.
16. Presentation of a chronic pain disorder case.
17. Presentation of temporomandibular disorder cases using DC/TMD protocol -Case-based hands-on seminar-.
18. The Japanese version of diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders (DC/TMD).
19. The classification and diagnostic criteria for most common temporomandibular disorders – The application of DC/TMD diagnostic system to clinical cases –.
20. Diagnosis of most common TMD using DC/TMD protocol -Masticatory muscle palpation and pain provocation test for temporomandibular joint-.
21. Evaluation of oral function: masticatory ability.
22. Effect of implant prosthodontic treatment to mastication predominance -Comparison of three different test foods-.
23. Tsukiyama Y, Clinical features and mechanisms of chronic pain in dentistry (In Symposium II: Chronic Pain Problems in Clinical Dentistry; their clinical features and basic mechanisms), The 63rd Meeting of Japanese Association for Dental Research, 2015.10.
24. Tsukiyama Y, Possible mechanisms of occlusal dysesthesia: peripheral or central?, International symposium for management of orofacial pain – Can we conquer pain on orofacial region?, 2015.10.
25. Tsukiyama Y, Occlusal dysesthesia – Clinical features and underlining mechanisms –, 16th Biennial Meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists, 2015.09.
26. Oki K, Kuwatsuru R, Tsukiyama Y, Yamasaki Y, Koyano K, The Effect of Prosthodontic Treatment on Mastication Predominance in Patients with Unilateral Posterior Missing Teeth, 39th Annual Conference of the European Prosthodontic Association, 2015.09.
27. Implant prosthodontic treatment improves mastication predominance in patients with missing teeth in the unilateral posterior region.
28. Tribological evaluation of dental materials under masticatory movements.
29. Updated information on DC/TMD from International RDC/TMD Consortium Network (part II).
30. Masticatory muscle palpation based on the DC/TMD protocol.
31. Is an effect of stabilization splints on grinding dissimilar from clenching in sleep bruxism?.
32. A Noninvasive Measurement of The Enamel Thickness of Maxillary Anterior Teeth with Swept Source Optical Coherence Tomography.
33. Comparative study of the accuracy of e.max crown fabricated by traditional and CAD/CAM technology.
34. Randomized clinical comparative study of implant stability after simultaneous implant placement with sinus graft using platelet-rich fibrin.
35. Activities of the International RDC/TMD Consortium Network.
36. Imai Y, Tsukiyama Y, Kori H, Koyano K, Is the evaluation of implant stability quotient at multiunit abutment level relevant for clinical decision making?, The 9th biennial Congress of Asian Academy of Prosthodontics, 2014.11.
37. Yamasaki Y, Kuwatsuru R, Tsukiyama Y, Matsumoto H, Oki K, Koyano K, Evaluation of the mastication predominance for healthy dentate subjects and patients with missing teeth in the unilateral posterior region., 38th Annual Conference of the European Prosthodontic Association, 2014.09.
38. Analysis of facial bone changes on maxillary anterior single implants for immediate placement and provisionalization following tooth extraction: A superimposed cone beam computed tomography study.
39. Clinical study to investigate the cause of the chronological loss of inter proximal contact after delivering fixed implant prostheses.
40. The effect of stabilisation splint devices on sleep bruxism.
41. The assessment of mastication predominance for patients with missing teeth in the unilateral posterior region.
42. Impact of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain(AAOP)guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and management, 5th edition[2013].
43. Koyano K, Yamada J, Kori H, Tsukiyama Y, Matsushita Y, Implant for edentulous maxillae using flapless guided surgery., The 9th Scientific Meeting of the Asian Academy of Osseointegration, 2014.07.
44. Immediately loaded implant for edentulous maxillae using flapless guided surgery: A one-year prospective clinical study..
45. Accuracy of e.max crown fabricated by digital impression technique.
46. Tsukiyama Y, Yatani H, Sugisaki M, Kino K, Kobayashi K, Wajima K, Arima T, Kakudo K, Kubota E, Revision of the diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders in Japan., The 3rd Asian Academic Congress for Temporomandibular Joint, 2013.06, The Japanese Society for the Temporomandibular Joint has been working to establish standard procedures for the diagnosis and management of temporomandibular disorders (TMD) since 1984. The classification system for TMD was proposed in 1986, and was established after the revision in 1996. Since then, it has been predominantly used in our daily clinic, not only by TMD specialists but also by general practitioners for 17 years. It has been frequently utilized in research and educational situations, and even used in the dental national board examination in Japan.
However, there are several limitations for this classification system. First, the reliability and validity of the system has never been examined. Second, there can be the discrepancy between the clinical diagnosis and the definitive diagnosis determined by imaging such as panoramic x-rays, CT, and MRI. Since the system does not accept the comorbid status, e.g., a patient with severe masticatory muscle pain exhibited bony changes in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) by imaging, he/she shall be diagnosed as degenerative joint diseases only. In such a case, treatment strategies do not correspond to actual needs for a patient if the comorbid situation, i.e., muscle pain, is not considered.
In United States, the Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD) was published in 1992. The RDC/TMD have been accepted as the standard requirement for publishing in scientific journals, and considered as one of the most widely accepted clinical criteria in the biomedical field. They have been established based on the biopsychosocial model and have dual axes system, i.e., biological evaluation (Axis I), and evaluation of psychosocial factors and disabilities related to pain (Axis II). Recently, the RDC/TMD have been re-evaluated, and after the strict validation process the Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) will be published soon.
Taking these recent movements and limitations of the existing classification system for TMD in Japan into consideration together, Japanese Society for the Temporomandibular Joint decided to revise the diagnostic system.
The concepts, procedures of revision and products will be outlined in the presentation..
47. Is it possible to predict the primary implant stability preoperatively?.
48. Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Loss of interproximal contact between fixed implant prostheses and adjacent teeth: A frequently observable prosthodontic complication., The First Joint Workshop on Prosthodontic Research between Shanghai JiaoTong University, Kyushu University, and Korea University, 2013.04.
49. Kohei Oho, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Rika Kuwatsuru, Hiroshi Matsumoto, kiyoshi koyano, The effect of stabilization splints on masticatory muscle pain and sleep bruxism: A randomized controlled trial., The 15th Biennial Meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists, 2013.09.
50. Miori Howashi, Kei Isoda, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Yasunori AYUKAWA, Kihara Masafumi, Yu Imai, Motofumi Sogo, kiyoshi koyano, Relationship between bone density values evaluated using computerized tomography or cortical bone thickness, and primary implant stability: Comparison of different types of implants., The 15th Biennial Meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists, 2013.09.
51. Hiroshi Matsumoto, Rika Kuwatsuru, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Kohei Oho, kiyoshi koyano, The effect of intermittent use of stabilization splint devices on sleep bruxism., The 15th Biennial Meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists, 2013.09.
52. Retrospective evaluation of immediate loaded implant treatment with guided surgery for edentulous maxilla..
53. A 11-year follow-up of the occlusal status in a patient undergone unilateral condylectomy of mandible..
54. Relationship between bone quality evaluated by both computed tomography value and cortical bone thickness and primary implant stability in different implant designs..
55. Yo Yamasaki, Rika Kuwatsuru, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Hiroshi Matsumoto, kiyoshi koyano, Evaluation of the Masticaion Predominance for Healthy Dentate Subjects and Patients with Missing Teeth in the Unilateral Posterior Region., 2013 Biennial Joint Congress of CPS-JPS-KAP, 2013.04.
56. ATSUTA IKIRU, Yasunori AYUKAWA, Ryosuke Kondo, Akihiro Furuhashi, Yuri Matsuura, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, kiyoshi koyano, Injection timing of Mesenchymal Stem Cells to promote the soft tissue sealing around titanium implant., 2013 Biennial Joint Congress of CPS-JPS-KAP, 2013.04.
57. Expression of Integrin beta-4 and alpha-3 subunits on the process of peri-implant epithelium formation..
58. Occlusal dysesthesia: results of temporomandibular disorders or comorbidity?.
59. Advanced clinical studies on most common temporomandibular disorders.
60. Objective Assessment of the Predominant Chewing Side for Healthy Subjects and Patients with Missing Teeth in the Unilateral Molar Region.
61. Differential diagnosis from other chronic pain conditions with similar clinical presentations.
62. The effect of stabilization splints on sleep bruxism and temporomandibular disorders: A randomized controlled trial.
63. Treatment effect of intermittent use of stabilisation splint devices on sleep bruxism .
64. The influence of the dental implant surface characteristics on the rat oral mucosal epithelium..
65. Characteristics of occlusal dysesthesia and prosthodontic approach.
66. Intra-oral application of DFNS-QST..
67. Rehabilitation of occlusion – science or art?.
68. Ogura E, Matsuyama M, Shimada T, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, kiyoshi koyano, Comparison of Brain Activity during Gum and Paraffin- Chewing., The 14th Biennial Meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists, 2011.09.
69. Stress distribution of maxillary implant-supported overdentures in vitro..
70. The prediction of primary implant stability using the bone density obtained by cone-beam CT.
71. The prediction of primary implant stability using the voxel value obtained by cone-beam CT.
72. Effects of splinted or unsplinted implants with bar or ball attachments on stress distribution of maxillary implant-supported overdentures in vitro..
73. The relationship between the contrast value of desired implant socket wall and primary stability of implants..
74. The effect of position of implants on stress distribution of a maxillary implant supported overdenture with bar attachment: in vitro evaluation..
75. Bio-psychosocial and behavioral approach for orofacial pain conditions.
76. Clinical consideration of implant treatments for patients with psychiatric diseases: two cases report..
77. An intractable temporomandibular disorder case with bruxism and anterior open bite managed by orthodontic treatment along with other conservative therapies.
78. Statistical Analysis on the Diachronic Loss of Interproximal Contact between Fixed Implant Prostheses and Adjacent Teeth.
79. Single Transdermal Application of Statin Enhances Bone Healing Around Titanium Implants in Rats.
80. Single Transdermal Application of Statin Enhances Bone Healing Around Titanium Implants in Rats.
81. Single Transdermal Application of Statin Enhances Bone Healing Around Titanium Implants in Rats.
82. Single Transdermal Application of Statin Enhances Bone Healing Around Titanium Implants in Rats.
83. A case report of implant restoration for a patient with partial anodontia with jaw deformity.
84. Evaluation of rehabilitation modalities for post-operative patients with oral cancers..
85. The importance of informed consent in complicated cases: A case report of full-mouth reconstruction after dental implant removal..
86. Physical and psycho-social characteristics of occlusal dysesthesia.
87. Importance of dral functions and aesthetics of maxillofacial rehabilitation patients.
88. Bio-psycho-social characteristics of occlusal dysesthesia.
89. Finite element analysis of mandibular overdentures using ERA and bar-attachment..
90. The relation between histological and biomechanical findings on bone-implant interface..
91. Bio-psycho-social assessment of occlusal dysesthesia.
92. Kiyoshi Koyano, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, Rika Kuwatsuru, T. Kuwata, Assessment of bruxism in the clinic, The 3rd Journal of Oral Rehabilitation Summer School, 2007.10.
93. Chronic separation of proximal contacts between natural teeth and implants..
94. Bio-psycho-social assessment of occlusal dysesthesia.
95. Effects of sustained contraction tasks on the stomatognathic system; Evaluation of masticatory muscle fatigue and the delayed onset masticatory muscle pain.
96. Narrative Clinical Hypothesis on Treatment and Etiology of Temporomandibular Disorders.
97. Management of a patient who was referred to the dental clinic with diagnoses of pain disorder and major deppression at the psychosomatic clinic: A case report.
98. Statin-βTCP graft promotes osteogenesis in rat bone defect.
99. The biphasic effects of platelet-rich plasma on osteo-clastogenesis.
100. Local application of statin enhances osteogenesis around titanium implant.
101. Simvastain altered the cellular at the bone-healing site.
102. Mechanism of referred pain and clinical approach.
103. A case report of bruxer with open bite changed by the mandibular shift due to the avoidance of tooth pain on occlusion.
104. A study on the interdental thickness discrimination ability of the elderly.
105. The influence of mouth-opening on thickness discrimination ability.
106. The effect of occlusal splint devices on sleep bruxisn.
107. A case report of nonsurgical approach to the treatment of denture fibroma.
108. Development of a Japanese version of the short-form McGill Pain Questionnaire for cross-cultural studies of pain.
109. A Sieve Method for Determining Masticatory Performance using Hydrocolloid Material.
110. Differential diagnosis and managemnent of orofacial pain disorders.
111. A case report of suspected pain disorder patient improved by the management at Psychosomatic Clinic with the clinical information on dental problems.
112. Simvastatin reduces osteoclast activity during bone healing in rat.
113. Simvastatin stimulates osteogenesis around titanium implants in osteoporotic rat.
114. Stress and TMD.
115. Diagnostic tests of the stomatognathic function for prosthodontic treatments in "chair side" clinical situation.
116. Development and Clinical Application of a Sieve Method for Determining Masticatory Performance using Hydrocolloid Material.
117. Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) Stimulates the Proliferation but Suppresses the Differentiation of Rat Bone Marrow Cells.
118. A study on the interdental thickness discrimination ability in premolar region.
119. An evaluation of the retrievable system for dental implants using temporary cements.
120. Effect of Occlusal Splint Designs on Nocturnal Masticatory Muscle Activities.
121. A clinical evaluation of rough-surface implants.
122. A case report of tumorous lesion in the temporomandibular joint that had been diagnosed as temporomandibular disorde for six years.
123. Hemodynamic changes in human masseter and temporalis muscles induced by cold pressor.