The total prosthetic rehabilitation by associated prosthesis seeks to redefine aesthetic criteria, restore good occlusal stability, and optimize the functions of the masticatory apparatus.The development of a sequential treatment plan for such cases and the systematic synchronization of clinical and laboratory steps are essential to their success. In this article, we present a clinical case whose management and implementation of treatment required a fundamental synchronization of the clinical and laboratory stages: initial periodontal preparation, extraction of unfavorable teeth, fixed temporization, indirect post and core, cross mounting leading to maxillary fixed prostheses and a mandibular skeletal prosthesis combined to fixed prostheses. Later, the mandibular removable prosthesis was replaced by implants and fixed prostheses.
RAHI, Fadi; KAMEL, Nadine; HADDAD, Hélène; and ZEBOUNI, Elie
"Synchronisation des étapes cliniques et de laboratoire d’une réhabilitation totale maxillaire et mandibulaire par prothèse composite : cas clinique,"
International Arab Journal of Dentistry: Vol. 8:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/iajd/vol8/iss3/5