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Treatment guidelines

Provisionals/temporary prosthesis

Key points

  • Provisional fixed restorations and temporary acrylic removable prostheses should be as close as possible to the final desired outcome
  • Provisional fixed restorations and temporary acrylic removable prostheses should be designed to facilitate oral hygiene measures
  • Patients should be informed about the limitations of provisional restorations and temporary prostheses

Clinical topics

Immediate loading / provisionalization
Aftercare / follow up

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