Implant-supported Removable Denture - Smiles Peru

The treatment of edentulous patients has been one of the most difficult challenges for the oral rehabilitation specialist. Bone loss in these patients makes it difficult to adapt total prostheses.

Complete (conventional) prostheses are considered acceptable when the patient has enough bone flange to retain them. 

The chief benefit of non-implant retained dentures is their lower cost when compared to implant-retained prostheses such as the overdenture or hybrid prosthesis.

Dental prostheses are evaluated based on aesthetics, function, retention and stability. 

These last three are the main difficulties that a conventional prosthesis (not implant-retained) presents due to the lack of bone flange, mostly in the lower jaw. 

With the rise of dental implants, these difficulties were overcome by creating both an aesthetic and functional result. 

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