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Title: The dental rehabilitation of a patient suffering from rampant caries
Authors: Kruger, MS
Keywords: Rampant caries;Cobalt-chrome removable partial denture,;Drug abuse;Methamphetamine ("TIK")
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Kruger, M.S, "The dental rehabilitation of a patient suffering from rampant caries" (2008). Tygerberg Dental Sciences. Paper 55.
Series/Report no.: Tygerberg Dental Sciences;Paper 55
Abstract: This article represents a specific case of a young man which was diagnosed with rampant caries due to the excessive use of methamphetamine (“TIK”). Restorative dentistry was attempted but failed in most of the teeth because of additional caries. Crowns, a Co-Cr removable partial denture, and a conventional acrylic denture were fabricated.
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