Prosthodontic management of complete edentulous patients with neuromuscular disorders - Case reports

Suresh, S.; Asopa, Vipul
January 2011
Journal of Advanced Dental Research;Jan2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p67
Academic Journal
Case Study
Management of complete edentulous patients suffering neuromuscular disorders like cerebral ataxia, unilateral facial paralysis etc is challenging task and requires modification of traditional techniques of complete denture construction. This clinical report addresses the difficulties encountered and its prosthodontic management with modification in clinical procedures.


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