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Volume 7 , Issue 1
Spring 1992

Pages 112-115


Management of an Anterior Defect With a Removable Partial Denture Supported by Implants and Residual Teeth: A Case Report

Pasquale G.F.C.M. Battistuzzi, DDS, PhD/Harry van Slooten, DDS/Arnd F. Käyser ,DDS, PhD


PMID: 1398818

The treatment of a patient with a major defect in the anterior region of the mandible is described. A large part of the anterior dental arch and underlying mandibular bone was involved in the defect. A removable partial denture supported by implants as well as residual teeth was used to restore the defect. Compared with a traditional removable partial denture, which was used by the patient for several years as an interim prosthesis, the application of implants resulted in improved functional comfort and stability. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1992;7:112–115.)

Key words: anterior defect, implants, removable partial denture


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