International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Case Studies | Dental Science | Tunisia | Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017

Integration of a Maxillary all Ceramic Fixed Partial Denture with Zirconia Framework: A Clinical Report

Mohamed Chebil [3] | Saida Ziada [2] | Amani Adli | Moncef Omezine | Mounir Cherif [2]

Abstract: The integration of a maxillary all- ceramic fixed partial denture (FPD) is esthetically, functionally and periodontally demanding. It requires careful study, correct diagnosis, appropriate decision and impeccable implementation. We report the case of a patient claiming the replacement of a defective metal-ceramic FPD replacing the maxillary first premolar (24) and supported by the canine (23) and second premolar (25). The problems found were a reduced prosthetic occlusal height (POH) due to hypertrophy of the edentulous ridge, a reduced coronal height and a poorly aligned free gingival margins. The decision was to make a new all- ceramic FPD with zirconia framework. Corrective surgery of the edentulous ridge was performed in the preprosthetic phase. Tissue healing was guided by a transitional prosthesis. A period of 6 months was required for the final maturation. The choice of the material as well as the prosthetic design made it possible to make a compromise between the biological, aesthetic and mechanical requirements.

Keywords: integration, all ceramic, zirconia, preprosthetic surgery, edentulous ridge

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017,

Pages: 461 - 466

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