- This clinical report describes the treatment of a complex intraoral situation by fabricating a maxillary implant-retained overdenture with a high-performance polymer (polyetherketoneketone) framework and lithium disilicate crowns and mandibular tooth- and implant-supported ceramic restorations. No complications were noted in 2 years, and the patient was satisfied with function and esthetics.
- The described treatment approach demonstrated the clinical feasibility of providing atrophied mandibles with IFCDPs supported by a combination of anterior regular and distal ultrashort tissue-level implants. This approach combined the advantages of a simplified prosthetic treatment concept: virtual prosthetic and surgical planning, s-CAIS, and novel CAD-CAM
- This 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.