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Treatment guidelines

Soft tissue and hard tissue

Key points

  • If patient is wearing overdenture(s), remove them at nighttime
  • Fibromae and ulcers can be caused by misfitting prostheses
  • In bruxers, a nightguard is needed when a fixed full bridge opposes the natural dentition

Clinical topics

Aftercare / follow up
Fixed prosthetics
Removable prosthetics

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