2014, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Part A
Use of precision attachment and cast partial denture for long-span partially edentulous mouth - A case report
AUTHOR(S): Harsh Patel, Kavan Patel, Srushti Thummer, Ruchita K. Patel
ABSTRACT:The awareness and demand for quality of dental treatment is relatively increasing in recent generation and more so, as far as aesthetics are concerned, along with other functions of the prosthesis. In treating partially edentulous mouth, it requires more attention, principally for esthetics, in design. While achieving the goal, the components which are incorporated in removable partial denture may result in unsightly appearance. Case Description: An 58 year old patient reported to the department for replacement of his missing teeth for which a conventional mandibular denture and maxillary removable partial denture with precision attachments. Extracoronal resilient attachment was planned to re-claim support and thereby regainment of lost esthetics. Conclusion: Retention achieved with lost esthetics. Clinical Significance: Use of precision attachment has amplified the aspects of retention and particularly, esthetics when compared to conventional removable partial dentures.
Pages: 22-25 | 1691 Views 48 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Harsh Patel, Kavan Patel, Srushti Thummer, Ruchita K. Patel. Use of precision attachment and cast partial denture for long-span partially edentulous mouth - A case report. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2014;1(1):22-25.