Monica Tatarciuc, Anca Vițalariu, Diana Diaconu-Popa
Full denture is a therapeutic option that must be designed and realized to ensure the preservation of oral structures and aggravation of complications already installed. The dentist must choose, depending on the particularities of the clinical case, several treatment possibilities, and indicate to the patient a choice, which represents the optimal therapeutic solution for the existing situation. The dental technician must carry out, together with the dentist, a thorough analysis of the working casts, in order to be able to find a viable alternative from a technological point of view. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of the materials on the market, as well as the particularities of each technology, the dental team will be able to provide valuable information in order to establish the treatment plan. This article aims to present a series of technological variants for making complete dentures, depending on the particularities of certain clinical situations.