Tilted Implants for a Mandibular Hybrid Prosthesis
This case demonstrates the use of tilted implants and angled abutments to support an immediate fixed provisional hybrid restoration on 4 implants. A 61-year-old male presented with this chief complaint: "I know I am losing my teeth and now is the best time for me to get the treatment." He cited age, economics, and probable future problems. He also was concerned about esthetics. The dental history included a long process of periodontal treatment, including 2 major surgeries; the medical history was unremarkable. The maxillary and mandibular dentition was hopeless due to bone loss and the periodontal condition. The patient...Read More
Autism: Could spit be the answer to a definitive biological diagnosis?
Currently, the only way children are identified as being on the autism...Read More
Q&A: GC America’s G-CEM LinkAce
DPS Editorial Advisory Board Member, Dr. Parag Kachalia, shared his feedback with the DPS editors...Read More
EQUIA Forte—Ready for Stress-Bearing Class II Restorations
I would imagine that as a dental product manufacturer, your dream is a product that just about...Read More