The change in anatomy and physiology resulting from radical mandible surgery is often exacerbated by radiation therapies that make the mucosa atrophic and susceptible to irritation and ulceration rendering the task of areating functional complete dentures for edentulous subjects very challenging to prosthodontists. The aim of this study is to describe an implant supported denture rehabilitation in an edentulous hemimandibulectomized patient with a singular prosthetic design in order to compensate for the lack of a condylar process.

Carini, F., Longoni, S., Pisapia, V., Gatti, G., Monai, D., Porcaro, G. (2014). Implant-supported prostheses with temporomandibular joint reproduction after hemimandibular resection: a case report. ANNALI DI STOMATOLOGIA, 5(Suppl 2), 1-9.

Implant-supported prostheses with temporomandibular joint reproduction after hemimandibular resection: a case report

CARINI, FABRIZIO
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LONGONI, SALVATORE VITTORIO
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PISAPIA, VALERIA;MONAI, DARIO
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PORCARO, GIANLUCA
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2014

Abstract

The change in anatomy and physiology resulting from radical mandible surgery is often exacerbated by radiation therapies that make the mucosa atrophic and susceptible to irritation and ulceration rendering the task of areating functional complete dentures for edentulous subjects very challenging to prosthodontists. The aim of this study is to describe an implant supported denture rehabilitation in an edentulous hemimandibulectomized patient with a singular prosthetic design in order to compensate for the lack of a condylar process.
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computerized occlusion analysis; condylar prosthesis; hemimandibulectomy; implant-supported prostheses; mandibular deviation
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Carini, F., Longoni, S., Pisapia, V., Gatti, G., Monai, D., Porcaro, G. (2014). Implant-supported prostheses with temporomandibular joint reproduction after hemimandibular resection: a case report. ANNALI DI STOMATOLOGIA, 5(Suppl 2), 1-9.
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