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July 20, 2017
By Thomas Bilski, DDS
Supported by Parkell, Inc.
Due to the many alternative therapies and materials available, clinicians have a variety of options at their disposal for removable prosthetics for implant dentistry. Several factors must be considered when determining prosthetic possibilities, including proper fit, timing and sequencing, reline therapies, and the process of transitioning from fixed-appliance therapy to removable therapy. This article will expound on these factors while presenting several cases demonstrating principles for successful removable prosthetic implant dentistry.
About the Author
Thomas Bilski, DDS
Co-Director, Midwest Implant Institute, Columbus, Ohio; Private Practice, Independence, Ohio