Management of a partially edentulous patient with idiopathic root resorption by using digital and conventional implant planning technologiesThis clinical report describes the rehabilitation of the maxillary arch of a partially edentulous patient with idiopathic root resorption, limited interarch distance, and a high smile line. Four implants were placed to provide a screw-retained fixed partial denture. The esthetic and functional challenges of a high smile line and limited interarch distance were addressed by using a combination of conventional and digital implant treatment technologies.
Use of an attachment system with angulated abutments and polyetheretherketone inserts to retain a maxillary overdenture: A clinical reportThis clinical report describes the rehabilitation of a maxillary edentulous arch with a current overdenture attachment system with angulated prefabricated abutments and polyetheretherketone (PEEK) inserts. Prefabricated angulated abutments were used on previously and recently placed diverging implants, which enabled a common path of insertion for the overdenture to be established during fabrication.