Author(s): Mitrani R, Phillips K, Escudero F
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Abstract The restoration of fully edentulous patients using fixed, metal-ceramic prostheses is one of the most challenging tasks in aesthetic dentistry. Provisional restorations provide the treatment team with a valuable means of addressing criteria that are required throughout the surgical, prosthetic, and technical stages. They also enable the clinician to place and evaluate a prototype of the definitive restoration in the patient's intraoral environment. This presentation describes a technique for the fabrication of provisional restorations for patients receiving fixed implant prostheses.
This article was published in Pract Proced Aesthet Dent
and referenced in Dentistry