Rehabilitation with dental implants and fixed prosthesis for esthetic and occlusal correction in partially edentulous patients

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Edition V07N02 | Year 2013 | Editorial Caso Clínico | Pages 91 to 98

Euro Luiz Elerati, Mauricéa de Paula Assis, Sérgio Carvalho Costa, Wanessa Cristina Filgueiras Batista dos Reis

Introduction: Rehabilitation of partially edentulous patients using implant-supported fixed prostheses is now a predictable treatment and of proven success in the long term.
Objective: The purpose of this paper is to outline a systematic approach to prosthetic rehabilitation of partially edentulous patients, exemplified by a clinical case with bone reconstruction and recovery of the vertical dimension of occlusion, occlusal plane leveling and correction of upside down smile.
Methods: Oral rehabilitation of the patient was performed with dental implants and fixed partial prostheses.
Conclusion: Treatment was able to restore function, comfort and aesthetics.

Dental implants, Dental occlusion, Dental prosthesis,

Elerati EL, Assis MP, Costa SC, Reis WCFB. Rehabilitation with dental implants and fixed prosthesis for esthetic and occlusal correction in partially edentulous patients. Dental Press Implantol. 2013 Apr-June;7(2):91-8.

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