INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN SKELETAL REMOVABLE PROSTHESES AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT` S QUALITY OF LIFE

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Gradinaru Irina, Hurjui Loredana, Macovei Georgiana, Antohe Magda-Ecaterina

ABSTRACT

The treatment with partial removable prostheses is a complex one. The adaptation of patients to this treatment is greatly influenced by their personality and the technological quality of the prostheses. These factors can influence the prostheses acceptance/non-acceptance ratio. The oral conditions (the condition of the oral cavity tissues) fails to accept the acceptance degree of the partial removable prostheses. Thus, patients with optimum anatomic conditions may experience the same problems in the adaptation stage as the ones with an
accentuated resorption at the level of the alveolar crests. The patients’ satisfaction regarding the removable denture is individually determined and often unpredictable, both for the doctor and for the patient. Patients with skeletal removable prostheses showed greater average values of the plaque level and gingivitis compared to the patients treated with dental bridges, but no modifications were recorded regarding the probing depth in case of either group; only a slight decrease of the alveolar bone was recorded

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