Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid Oral Prosthesis

Case ID: 3762

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Case Details

This particular patient has a severely resorbed alveolar ridge for the upper arch and therefore needs bone augmentation (additive) before any dental implants could be placed. First, the boney ridge is expanded by means of a long-span ridge splitting procedure (RSP) followed by the placement of the dental implants. Bone grafting material, allograft, is also added to the designated areas on the same appointment. After an adequate healing time has occurred for the upper arch the patient’s provisional (temporary) oral prosthesis that the patient has been wearing during the healing period is then ready to be replaced by a definitive (permanent) oral prosthesis. The patient is shown wearing a full-arch fixed hybrid oral prosthesis which consist of a metal framework (substructure foundation) and processed resin/acrylic teeth.


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