Romanian Journal of Oral Rehabilitation Numarul 1 CLINICAL-TECHNOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS OF TREATMENT IN PARTIALLY EXTENDED EDENTULOUSNESS

CLINICAL-TECHNOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS OF TREATMENT IN PARTIALLY EXTENDED EDENTULOUSNESS

Magda-Ecaterina Antohe, Ovidiu Stamatin, Daniel Paval, Andreea Tibeică, Cosmin Crețu, Norina Consuela Forna

Abstract :

The study aimed to individualize the classical versus digital therapeutic methods of prosthetics, anchored in partially removable prosthetics with metallic or non-metallic infrastructure. The detection by clinical and paraclinical methods of the whole range of post-edentulous complications constitutes an essential condition of targeted therapy but also a starting point for the rigorous selection of the dental materials involved and the requirements related to the rendering of a high fidelity morphology grafted on the particularities of the clinical case.For greater precision in the clinical-technological algorithm of partially extended edentulousness rehabilitation, digital models were also recorded.Modern techniques and technologies of intraoral scanning and digital design of the therapeutic solution contribute significantly to the development of a high-performance clinical-technological algorithm, oral scanning eliminates many of the classical steps of making the prosthesis and provides greater accuracy of recording impressions, and digital designs will eliminate the classical step of casting models avoiding changes that can occur through contact reactions of the plaster.

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