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Title: The fabrication of two Maxillary Anterior Implant-Retained Crowns
Authors: Relling, Hugo
Keywords: Maxilliary iplants;Retained crowns
Issue Date: 2003
Source: Relling, Hugo, "The fabrication of two Maxillary Anterior Implant-Retained Crowns" (2003). Tygerberg Dental Sciences. Paper 30.
Series/Report no.: Tygerberg Dental Sciences;Paper 30
Abstract: This case involves a patient who arrived at Tygerberg Hospital with an abscess in the 14 tooth. The patient had a bridge from the 12 to the 14. Previously a root canal was done on the 14 tooth. The patient complained of pain and irritation in the 14 region, which resulted in mastication becoming a painful process. The purpose of this study is to determine the best manner to go about fully restoring the masticatory function of the patient and retaining the aesthetics. The different options available will be listed and from this list, the best option would be chosen, reasons for the choice will also be given.
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