ASPECTS IN TREATING REDUCED EDENTULOUS STATUS BY MINIMALLY INVASIVE BRIDGE FOR A YOUNG PATIENT – CASE REPORT

Maria-Antonela Beldiman, Elena Luca, Anca-Mihaela Vițalariu, Cristina Iordache, Arina Alice Ciocan Pendefunda

 ABSTRACT

Aim of the study. For a young patient it is important to re-establish the integrity and the functions of dental arches, quickly and efficient, in optimum conditions, with many advantages.  Material and methods The study balanced the possibilities to fabricate a minimally invasive bridge for a young patient in order to appreciate the characteristics of a Maryland bridge in treating a reduced edentulous status. Results The study revealed that a minimally invasive bridge placed in the posterior area of a lower arch, fabricated on a metallic framework and an aesthetic part made by resin composite material represent a favourable option as a temporary reconstruction. Conclusions The precision of such minimally invasive bridges and the variability of the materials and technologies that can be used, determine the young patients to accept them as a treatment for reduced edentulous status.

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