Following accepted prosthetic concepts — particularly occlusion — is critical to successful long-term outcomes when restoring more complex implant cases.
This case study of a patient with cleft lip and palate demonstrates a simple method to provide anterior esthetics and maxillomandibular fixation while healing after orthognathic surgery.
This impression technique utilizes custom trays for fabricating a maxillary obturator.
In restorative dental treatment, the round-rest, distal depression clasp offers an esthetic alternative for patients needing removable partial dentures.
By understanding how milling machines work, clinicians can modify their tooth preparations to achieve optimal fit and material performance from CAD/CAM restorations.