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Title: Fabrication of an Implant Retained Full Lower Denture
Authors: van Rooyen, Jaycee
Keywords: Tumor;Mandibulectomy;Bone loss;Prosthetics;Dentistry;Surgery
Issue Date: 2004
Source: van Rooyen, Jaycee, "Fabrication of an Implant Retained Full Lower Denture" (2004). Tygerberg Dental Sciences. Paper 16.
Series/Report no.: Tygerberg Dental Sciences;Paper 16
Abstract: A mandibulectomy was performed to remove the patient’s tumor. There after various systems were used to reconstruct the lost bone, without any long term success. The patient then consulted specialists at Tygerburg hospital where it was decided upon to perform a fibular-free-flap. The prosthesis to be fabricated will be a full lower denture supported by implants and retained by a metal substructure with screws.
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