International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2017, Vol. 3 Issue 3, Part B
Prosthethic rehabilitation with hybrid implants – A case report
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Gaurav Mittal, Dr. Anmol Agrawal, Dr. Ritesh Garg, Dr. Abhishek Rathi and Dr. Dipika Raghaw
In an edentulous patient the ultimate aim is replacement of missing teeth in order to restore function and, to certain extent aesthetics as well. Dental implants eliminate the need of deriving support for a stable denture base from an otherwise dynamic mucosa also, in a partially edentulous cases where one or more teeth may require replacement it tends to avoid the adjacent teeth and focuses on deriving the support from the underlying bone mimicking as a close replica of natural tooth. As they gather momentum in rehabilitation, various authors have come across obstacles significant enough to discourage the use of an otherwise efficient modality and resort to conventional means. So to overcome these problems hybrid implants were used.
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Dr. Gaurav Mittal, Dr. Anmol Agrawal, Dr. Ritesh Garg, Dr. Abhishek Rathi and Dr. Dipika Raghaw. Prosthethic rehabilitation with hybrid implants – A case report. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2017; 3(3): 109-112.