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.
Lithium disilicate, zirconia, and resin-matrix ceramic materials present three viable options for digitally based restorative dentistry.
This case report presents a patient for whom interim removable partial dentures replacing maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth were fabricated based on digital intraoral imaging.
As part of the dental implant process, these restorative strategies will help eliminate complications and peri-implant disease.
An exploration of the advantages of immediate dentures compared to conventional complete denture treatment.
A patient-specific maintenance regimen plays a pivotal role in the success of the dental implant process.