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|Title:||Restoration of unfavorably positioned implants for a partially endentulous patient by using an overdenture retained with a milled bar and attachments: A clinical report|
Steven M. Morgano
|Citation:||Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. Vol.91, No.1 (2004), 6-10|
|Abstract:||The restorative dentist may encounter patients with previously placed misaligned implants that are well integrated. Often, these patients have deficient alveolar ridge contour further complicating treatment options. This clinical report describes a treatment approach for a partially edentulous patient with unfavorably positioned implants that incorporated: (1) an implant-supported milled bar with a removable, metal-acrylic resin, partial overdenture, (2) implant-supported single crowns, and (3) crowns retained by natural teeth.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 2001-2005|
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