RP4 Implant Supported Removable Prosthesis

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Posted on By Tarek Assi In Implants

In the middle of the FP3 (All on X) Phenomenon, I still find RP4 Prosthesis a valid option when it comes to Full Arch Implant Reconstruction. This approach provides implant supported removable prosthesis that allows Cleansiblity and opening the Palate which most patients find desirable.




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Absolutely true. Is this spark erosion? or Milled Titanium. Regards Dr. Salama


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Great question Dr. Salama! In this case Both Titanium Bar and Superstructure were Milled. Thank you!


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It's not just one thing. It's all about getting the right information about the patient's lifestyle activities, medical history, chewing patterns, medical conditions, and so on, to help us decide on the most suitable denture option that will be comfortable and last a long time. As for the question about metal RPD vs flexible, they are all made out of substances like acrylic and/or plastic, but the difference lies in their physical properties. Flexible dentures, for example, are able to move and shake with the patients' mouth movements and are able to be eaten and enjoyed with hot, cold, and acidic foods, but they wear out quicker than a metal RPD. Metal RPDs, on the other hand, are more durable, hold together better through biting forces, and are meant to be worn and worn while they get thinner and thinner over time.


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