- Screw access trajectory, restorative space, opposing occlusion arch, forces, economical and esthetic demand are the parameters to consider for the definitive prosthesis design
- Bridges material must be flexible
- The MALO CLINIC Bridge is made of titanium, acrylic and ceramic
- The definitive prosthesis can be made of full acrylic
Several dental materials and techniques are available to manufacture the definitive prosthesis. But, how to choose between all the available options? What are the parameters to consider while planning to manufacture a full arch restoration?
Definitive prosthesis: what to consider
Continue watching this lecture with Dr. Saj Jivraj to enable you to discuss the wide ranging available restorative materials and decide which restorative framework is best suited to each patient’s clinical situation.
Definitive prosthesis: the Malo Clinic Bridge - Titanium, acrylic and ceramic
Dr. Paulo Malo discusses the advantages and disadvantages of various framework options, which material to use to gain the required flexibility of the bridge, and the advantage of CAD/CAM designed precision of fit.
Definitive prosthesis: the Full acrylic bridge
Dr. Aaron Fenton discusses classic acrylic teeth on a cast framework weighing the advantage of low cost and versatility against routine technical complications occur with wear over time.
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