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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Retrieval Technique For Full-arch Implant-supported Fixed Prosthesis: A Clinical Report
Author: Simamoto-Junior P.C.
Fernandes-Neto A.J.
Neves F.D.
Dantas T.S.
Naves L.Z.
Abstract: In the event of the loss of an implant and to take advantage of the preexisting structures, a rescue procedure that allows continuous use of the original fixed restoration during the restoration of the tripod support at the implant level can be used. When nonphysiological occlusion forces are avoided, the success rate of this rescue procedure is very similar to any other rehabilitation made following a conventional protocol. Furthermore, the fact that the patient has already adapted to the prosthesis position and its vertical dimension results in easier functional adaptation in the postoperative period and, consequently, greater comfort.
Editor: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/jopr.12185
Date Issue: 2015
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