2018, Vol. 4 Issue 4, Part A
Bar attached fixed removable prosthesis: A clinical case report on full mouth reconstruction
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Jyothsna MK, Dr. AV Sreekumar, Dr. Nadeem Abdul Rahman and Dr. Mohammad Shabas
ABSTRACT:Tooth loss occur as a result of caries, periodontal disease, trauma resulting in partial edentulism. Such prolonged edentulousness that are left untreated can cause hindrance for a normal rehabilitation procedure. A 46 year old female patient reported to Department of Prosthodontics with a complaint of missing anterior and posterior teeth in maxillary and mandibular arch. Rehabilitation was planned in accordance with PMS philosophy after establishing proper occlusal plane using Broadrick Occlusal Plane Analyser. Prosthesis was a cross between fixed and removable type with bar attachment in maxillary arch and mandibular arch was rehabilitated using fixed partial denture. The functionally fixed prosthesis can compensate with problems of the removable restoration and at the same time provide comfort and success of the fixed prosthesis.
Pages: 40-42 | 980 Views 16 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jyothsna MK, Dr. AV Sreekumar, Dr. Nadeem Abdul Rahman, Dr. Mohammad Shabas. Bar attached fixed removable prosthesis: A clinical case report on full mouth reconstruction. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2018;4(4):40-42.