Maria-Antonela Beldiman, Monica Tatarciuc, Diana Diaconu-Popa, Anca Vițalariu, Ovidiu Nicolaiciuc, Cristina Vasilache, Georgiana Macovei, Odette Luca
Aim of the study Aesthetic, morphological and functional oral rehabilitation using fixed ceramic prostheses is an important method to improve the appearance of an oral cavity, to change the physiognomy in the anterior area of the dental arch, or in the case of teeth lost, both in the anterior and posterior areas of the upper/lower dental arch. Material and methods The paper aims to present a clinical case, for which oral rehabilitation was performed by applying fixed metal-ceramic prostheses, both on maxillary and mandibular arches (on implants), using modern technology (CAD/CAM) for the stage of scanning, designing of the metal structure and final restorations. Results A complete digital approach for oral rehabilitation with fixed dental prostheses has not yet been scientifically investigated, and therefore it is used a mixed analog–digital workflow, today. Conclusions The theme approached, through the practical aspects using modern technologies of design and computerized milling (Exocad, CAM), in case of rehabilitation of reduced edentulous, both in the classic situation of preparation and in case of application of structures on implants, offers the possibility to appreciate each of the stages of the workflow, to understand the importance of observing the computerized technology (by scanning and CAD design).