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Implant Overdentures: What You Need to Know

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Implant Dentistry has evolved from the original concept of primarily treating the edentulous mandible with a retrievable fixed prosthesis. Today most dental implant cases involve partially edentulous situations treated with fixed prosthetic solutions. However the fully edentulous mandible and maxilla still comprise an important subset of our patients, and techniques for utilizing fixed and removable full arch prostheses have evolved to restore both arches. The relative pros and cons when comparing the fixed vs removable prosthetic treatment can be very significant. This presentation will rationalize the treatment options available and demonstrate the advantages of the unsplinted full maxillary arch overdenture design.

Date Added:
7/11/2016

Author(s):

   Murray Arlin, DDS, dip. Perio., FRCD Murray Arlin, DDS, dip. Perio., FRCD
Dr. Arlin received his D.D.S. from McGill University in 1977. After a 1 year Residency in General Dentistry at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, he began his Pos...
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Questions & Comments
Dimitrios Chatzoudis - (3/30/2018 7:58 AM)

beautiful complete structure, genuine , practical , down to earth, evidence based thank you dr murray

Eric Pena - (7/20/2016 10:46 AM)

Thank you.very much for sharing with us your actual clinical cases. It was very helpful in treating patient with partially edentulous arch utilizing implant restorations. Great lecture !

満雄 岸本 - (7/18/2016 8:29 AM)

Hello Dr.Murray Arvin
Thank you very much for very interesting Lecture.I got a question about the width of Maxillary Denture base.Don't you cover the entire palate with IOD?

Gerald Rudick - (7/11/2016 7:23 PM)

Very nice presentation Murray, I am glad to have been one of the people to write a letter of reference for you when you applied to McGill Dental School....remember my office was across the street from Clove, and some of the members of your family were my patients. All the best Gerry Rudick

laurent oiknine - (7/8/2016 6:51 PM)

I very much enjoyed your presentation! How do you address the interim restoration on freshly placed non-splinted implants with a transmucosal component without putting them at risk. (Especially so on mini-implants with ball attachments)?

aly ibrahim - (7/6/2016 1:14 AM)

Hi sir where is the video

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