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Title: Construction of a complete restoration with implants for a Hemangioma patient
Authors: Abrahams, Hayden
Keywords: Maxilofacial surgery;Hemangioma
Issue Date: 2002
Source: Abrahams, Hayden, "Construction of a complete restoration with implants for a Hemangioma patient" (2002). Tygerberg Dental Sciences. Paper 3.
Series/Report no.: Tygerberg Dental Sciences;Paper 3
Abstract: To construct a complete restoration for a Hemangioma patient is an intragal procedure due to excessive bleeding when undue pressure is applied to the maxillary or mandibular ridges. Therefore, a complete set of dentures need to be constructed on osseo-integrated implants relieving this pressure and thus allowing sufficient masticatory function. The patient’s history, condition and laboratory procedure to be underdone will be further discussed.
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