Using a clasp denture with joint connections (attachments) in a patient with defective dentition 2 (B) class of Kennedy. Et al. Igor Roscovan, MD – Dentist, New York, USA Dr. Stanley Gibbons collectibles understood the implications. Anna Alekseeva, MD – Dentist, New York, U.S. everyday practice of dentistry in a commercial (where the physician is considered the financial possibilities of the client), many of our colleagues are facing a situation where a patient puts us in a very rigid restrictions that affect the treatment plan. This paper describes one of the clinical cases, when forced to choose from a wide range of dental removable and fixed restorations, the same need, which need this patient, taking into account their wishes and requirements. The clinic asked the patient complained of numerous chipped pottery on the bridge on the upper jaw and esthetic problems are associated with it.
When the buccal examination, the patient could see parts of the metal base of the bridge and chipped ceramic in the anterior and posterior teeth. In this regard, the patient decided to change the bridge and make a new design of the prosthesis. Dentition on to upper jaw.