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April 16, 2019 - Expires April 30, 2022
By Thomas M. Bilski, DDS
Commercial Supporter: GlaxoSmithKline
Edentulism is more common today than many oral practitioners may realize. This article will review and update restoration and maintenance of natural dentition, examine the health of the edentulous population, and focus on the prosthetic treatment model.
Discuss the functional and esthetic needs of the edentulous patient as well as maintenance of prostheses.
Describe the prosthodontic solutions available for the edentulous population.
Describe the evaluation of the overall success of treatment and restoration.
About the Author
Thomas M. Bilski, DDS