DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20221775
Published: 2022-06-28

Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely mutilated dentition: a case report

Manjulika Tyagi, Chandan K. Kusum

Abstract


Management of the lost tooth structure by restoring the dental occlusion and aesthetics, is a challenging task for a dental clinician in full mouth rehabilitation cases. With the advent of new techniques and tooth-colored materials, it has become easy to meet demands of the patient. Full mouth rehabilitation involves restoring of dental occlusion, dental balance, and functionality with dental esthetics. This can be achieved through accurate clinical and radiographic examination, along with a diagnostic wax-up. Determining OVD is crucial in these cases. This paper describes the full-mouth rehabilitation of a 55-year-old patient with a severely mutilated dentition.


Keywords


Full mouth, Zirconia, Functionally generated path

Full Text:

PDF

References


Jaikumar RA, Madhulika N, Kumar RP, Vijayalakshmi K. Prosthetic rehabilitation in a partially edentulous patient with lost vertical dimension: A case report. J Indian Acad Dent Spec Res. 2014;1:70-3.

Song MY, Park JM, Park EJ. Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely worn dentition: a case report. J Adv Prosthodont. 2010;2(3):106-10.

Slavicek G, Makarevich A, Makarevich I, Bulatova K. Concepts, aims, and drawbacks in interdisciplinary dentistry: Results of an international questionnaire. J Interdiscip Dent. 2013;3:91-102.

Mehra M, Vahidi F. Complete mouth implant rehabilitation with a zirconia ceramic system: a clinical report. J Prosthetic Dentistry. 2014;112(1):1-4.

Guess PC, Schultheis S, Bonfante EA, Coelho PG, Ferencz JL, Silva NRFA. All ceramic systems: laboratory and clinical performance. Dent Clin North Am. 2011;55:333-52.