Defining available restorative space for implant overdentures.

Abstract

It is important to diagnostically evaluate available restorative space prior to implant placement. Failure to accurately assess restorative space may result in esthetically and structurally compromised prostheses and patient dissatisfaction. This article describes various techniques for evaluating restorative space in edentulous patients. Information gained will help dentists during treatment planning, attachment selection, and prosthesis design prior to surgical implant placement.

DOI: 10.1016/S0022-3913(10)60107-2
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@article{Ahuja2010DefiningAR, title={Defining available restorative space for implant overdentures.}, author={Swati Ahuja and David Richard Cagna}, journal={The Journal of prosthetic dentistry}, year={2010}, volume={104 2}, pages={133-6} }