Prosthetic complications of extraoral implants.
The use of tissue-integrated fixtures for the retention of an extraoral prosthesis has simplified the placement, removal, and cleaning of the prosthesis by the patient. Tissue evaluation, structural designs, and retention mechanisms, combined with patient compliance and the ability to perform hygiene around retentive substructures, has produced an array of new problems. Clinical and technical problems are presented with techniques used in their resolution.
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