Romanian Journal of Oral Rehabilitation Numarul 1 FLEXIBLE REMOVABLE PROSTHESES, A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO PARTIAL EDENTULOUSNESS REHABILITATION?

FLEXIBLE REMOVABLE PROSTHESES, A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO PARTIAL EDENTULOUSNESS REHABILITATION?

Irina Gradinaru, Loredana Liliana Hurjui, Arina Ciocan-Pendefunda, Claudia Cristina Tarniceriu, Magda-Ecaterina Antohe

Abstract: The flexible partial denture is the newest product in denture technology and is the result of integrating nylon-like materials into the fabrication of removable dentures. The study aims to identify the clinical-technological features associated with the therapeutic solution for the resolution of partially edentulous teeth by means of partially removable elastic dentures made of Biodentaplast.A number of 38 clinical cases diagnosed with partially extended edentulousness were analyzed, whose mobilizable therapeutic solution was represented by the flexible prosthesis, represented by Biodentaplast. Treatment with Biodentaplast flexible acrylic partial dentures is a real success when the clinical and paraclinical evaluation is rigorous, the clinical steps are correctly carried out and the technological execution is extremely precise and individualized to the clinical particularities. Aesthetic demands, which have become a social phenomenon in today’s life, are not only an important dental problem for contemporary dentistry but also a professional duty.

The type of prosthodontic treatment is fully in line with the particularity of the prosthetic field, the presence or absence of specific prosthodontic training in conjunction with the manner of aesthetic restoration by individualized modelling decisively influences the final results.

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