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Title: Fabrication of an implant-retained partial denture
Authors: Du Preez, Michael 
Keywords: Tumor;Maxilla;Mandible;Dentures;Bone loss;Dentition
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Source: du Preez, Michael, "Fabrication of an implant-retained partial denture" (2004). Tygerberg Dental Sciences. Paper 15.
Series/Report no.: Tygerberg Dental Sciences;Paper 15
Abstract: With the removal of a tumour that located in a maxillary or mandibular area it can almost be certain that there will be severe dentition and bone loss. Such bone and dentition loss can also occur as a result of other factors such as cancers or even motor vehicle accidents. Such bone and dentition loss can result in problems in speech, mastication or even facial disfigurement.
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