6 Implants in the Maxillary Upper Arch with a Fixed or Screw-Retained Prosthesis (All-on-6)

Case ID: 3308

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Case Details

The patient chooses a full-arch fixed (screw-retained) implant prosthesis (implant bridge) instead of a removable implant overdenture (IOD) and as a result, the oral prosthesis can be further reduced in size especially in the palatal area (roof of the mouth). Overall, this reduction of the oral prosthesis can be more comfortable for the patient in addition to having a immobile oral prosthesis which feels more “real” and natural to the majority of people. A full-arch fixed oral prosthesis follows the arch or the crest of the alveolar ridge of the mouth similar to the shape of a horseshoe (as shown below). Along the span of the oral prosthesis there are attachments at specified locations within that attaches to implant abutments that are connected to the corresponding dental implants within the bone.

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