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Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patients with Combination Syndrome

@article{Jyoti2010ProsthodonticRO,
  title={Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patients with Combination Syndrome},
  author={Nadgere Jyoti and Nisarg J. Shah and Mallika M. Karthik},
  journal={International Journal of Dental Clinics},
  year={2010},
  volume={2}
}
In 1972 Kelly collectively called the sequential destructive changes in the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity seen in patients requiring singular restoration of a completely edentulous arch opposing a natural dentition as Combination syndrome. Prosthodontist try overcoming this Combination syndrome by careful treatment planning, using preventive, therapeutic and functional treatment modalities which may require a multi disciplinary approach involving surgical intervention such as planned… 

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