fixed prosthodontics

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fixed prosthodontics

[‚fikst ‚präs·thə′dän·tiks]
(medicine)
A subdivision of prosthodontics that focuses on the replacement of missing teeth by dental bridges.
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[56.] Bohlsen, F., Kern, M., (2003): Clinical Outcome Of Glass Fiber Reinforced Crowns And Fixed Partial Dentures, A Three Year Retrospective Study, Quintessence Int, 34:493-496
Lally, "Resin-bonded fixed partial dentures past and present--an overview," Journal of the Irish Dental Association, vol.
On the subject of prosthetic rehabilitation, the results inspection highlighted that the acrylic partial denture was the first line of treatment 616(82.03%) provided to 373 female(49.70%) and 243 male(32.33%) patients followed by fixed partial dentures 128(17.03%) while cast partial denture, that is, 6(0.93%) was rarely opted treatment for partial dentulism which were statistically significant findings.
Dunn, "The use of a zirconia custom implant-supported fixed partial denture prosthesis to treat implant failure in the anterior maxilla: a clinical report," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
Objectives of a fixed partial denture. J Prosthet Dent 1961; 11: 463.
3 Imran Samejo, Irfan Ahmed Shaikh, ErumBehroz, Impression techniques and materials used for fixed partial denture fabrication: A survey among General Dental Practitioner and Specialists in Sindh.
A conventional fixed partial denture was planned using right side canine, left lateral incisor and canine as abutments .
INTRODUCTION: Fixed partial denture nowadays are more acceptable for patients than removable because of aesthetic, function and more confidence purposes.
(6) The teeth which are too weak to support a fixed partial denture and which are considered unsuitable to support a removable partial denture can often at times be usefully conserved and suitably modified to act as abutments for over dentures.