Differential diagnosis. Fixed or removable prosthesis.


These clinical cases demonstrate that the choice for fixed or removable prostheses is a complex decision. The factors to be evaluated include the patient's past dental history of treatment and self-care, the patient's state of health, the patient's psychologic motivation and personality profile, her or his economic status, and, finally, the dentist's skill… (More)


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@article{Silverman1987DifferentialDF, title={Differential diagnosis. Fixed or removable prosthesis.}, author={Stuart I Silverman}, journal={Dental clinics of North America}, year={1987}, volume={31 3}, pages={347-62} }