Publication: Restoring the functionality of implant-supported prostheses with a reloading technique: A clinical report
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The prevalence of infraocclusion and/or loss of interproximal contact areas with implant-supported restorations is high, and replacement of these prostheses has been advocated for the treatment of mild or moderate infraocclusion; however, replacement is complicated if the manufacturer of the implant is unknown. A technique is presented for correcting the infraocclusion of posterior prostheses that are directly connected to the implant. Advantages include possibly preventing marginal bone loss secondary to the removal and reconnection of the prosthetic attachments and reducing the number of appointments.
CRUE-CSIC (Acuerdos Transformativos 2022)