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Treatment guidelines

Fixed Implant Prosthesis Clinical Protocol

Key points

  • The oral rehabilitation of edentulous patients is comprised of specific clinical techniques
  • Clinical objectives are best met by following a routine protocol
  • The protocol for a provisional or a fixed prosthesis is based on similar concepts
  • Sufficient space should be provided for easy access for oral hygiene
  • Multi-unit abutments are placed onto the implants to raise the prosthetic platform above the soft tissue

Clinical topics

Implant prosthetics

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