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4:1 Enlarged Model of Two Prosthetic Reconstruction Solutions in Periodontitis

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This 4:1 enlarged model depicts two prosthetic reconstruction solutions in a patient with periodontitis. The first solution is a fixed partial denture with anchorage on double crowns, and the second solution is an implant-supported three-unit bridge. The model is a valuable tool for dentists and dental students to learn about the different treatment options available for patients with periodontitis.

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MDO-59: 4:1 Enlarged Model of Two Prosthetic Reconstruction Solutions in Periodontitis

This 4:1 enlarged model depicts two prosthetic reconstruction solutions in a patient with periodontitis:

  • Fixed partial denture with anchorage on double crowns
  • Implant-supported three-unit bridge

The model is a valuable tool for dentists and dental students to learn about the different treatment options available for patients with periodontitis. Periodontitis is a gum disease that can damage the tissues and bones that support the teeth. If left untreated, periodontitis can lead to tooth loss.

Fixed partial denture with anchorage on double crowns

A fixed partial denture (FPD) is a type of dental restoration that is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It is anchored to the adjacent teeth by crowns.

In the case of a patient with periodontitis, the adjacent teeth may be weakened and not be able to support the FPD. To address this, double crowns can be used. Double crowns are two crowns that are fitted over the adjacent teeth. The inner crown is used to strengthen the tooth and the outer crown is used to support the FPD.

Implant-supported three-unit bridge

An implant-supported bridge is a type of dental restoration that is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It is supported by implants, which are metal screws that are inserted into the jawbone.

Implant-supported bridges are a good option for patients with periodontitis because they do not require any support from the adjacent teeth. This makes them a good option for patients with weakened teeth or teeth that are missing altogether.

Benefits of the model

This 4:1 enlarged model of two prosthetic reconstruction solutions in periodontitis offers a number of benefits to dentists and dental students. It allows them to:

  • Visualize the different treatment options available for patients with periodontitis
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of each treatment option
  • Practice planning and executing prosthetic reconstruction procedures

Features:

  • Enlarged sections of two prosthetic reconstruction solutions: a fixed partial denture with anchorage on double crowns and an implant-supported three-unit bridge
  • Realistic representations of the different components of each prosthetic reconstruction solution, including the teeth, crowns, implants, and bridge
  • Clear labels to identify the different components of each prosthetic reconstruction solution

This model is a valuable tool for dentists and dental students to:

  • Learn about the different treatment options available for patients with periodontitis
  • Plan and execute prosthetic reconstruction procedures
  • Educate patients about the different treatment options available and the advantages and disadvantages of each option

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