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Volume 19 , Issue 2
March/April 1999

Pages 189-197

The Nonresilient Hybrid Removable Prosthesis: Treatment of Choice for the Atrophic Maxilla

Michael R. Norton, BDS/Charles Ferber, BDS, LDS, RCS

PMID: 10635185
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0312

This article presents the merits of the nonresilient hybrid removable prosthesis,which is the treatment of choice for the atrophic maxilla. The technique described may be adapted to yield a predictable outcome that provides functional and biomechanical stability that are superior to a resilient overdenture, along with a cosmetic and phonetic result that often proves superior to that of the fixed prosthesis.

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