Roxana Vasluianu, Alice Murariu, Raluca Elena Baciu, Norina Forna
Introduction Oral rehabilitation involves complex procedures, especially when the edentation is biterminal. The loss of occlusal surfaces leads to important changes on the dento-periodontal and muco-osseous level that is also associated with the collapse of the occlusal vertical dimension and the modification of the centric relation landmarks.Aim The study is focused on detecting the complex oral rehabilitation methods in the case of extended partial edentation, as well as customizing the therapeutic algorithm depending on local and loco-regional factors and the clinical aspects that may influence the final therapeutic option.Material and method The evaluation of the therapeutic algorithm as part of the complex oral rehabilitation of partial edentulous patients has been performed focusing on the comparative aspects between various therapeutic solutions, explaining and correlating the positive, respectively the negative morphofunctional aspects which influence the oral rehabilitation solution. Results and discussions In order to obtain a complex oral rehabilitation, the functions of the stomatognathic system must be restored so as to result in compatibility between the aspect of the oral tissues and the rehabilitation solution. The partial removable dentures must be compatible from biological and physiological point of view with the elements of the prosthetic field and must restore the esthetical function. Conclusions The variety of the therapeutic alternatives must observe the patient’s requirements and the local biological aspects.
Keywords: protezare amovibila, edentatie intinsa, variante terapeutice