Yaiphaba Rajkumar1, Devendra Chopra2, Ajay Singh3*, Moirangthem Momoko Devi4, Fabina Sharma Laipubam5, CH Arif Ahmed6 and Vijoo Rajkumar7
1BDS, MDS, Department of Prosthodontics, India
2Reader, Department of Prosthodontics, Saraswathi Dental College, UP, India
3BDS, MDS, Department of Prosthodontics, India
4BDS, Department of Dental Surgery, Surendra Dental College, Rajasthan, India
5BDS, MDS, Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology Ramaiah Dental College, India
6BDS, Kalka Dental College Meerut UP, India
7BDS, MDS, Assistant Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, JNIMS Manipur, India
*Corresponding Author: Ajay Singh, BDS, MDS, Department of Prosthodontics, India.
Received: November 24, 2022; Published: December 16, 2022
Teeth must be chalky and tuneful with the dentition. Teeth engaged fundamentally as one of the main elements of smile. Edentulism solution exists for a tooth substitution such as bridge, dental implant, pivot tooth or denture. It is normal to wear of the occlusal surfaces of teeth slowly during the lifetime of a patient. The objective of esthetic revamping is to develop a peaceful and stable masticatory system, where the structures and joints all function in harmony (Peter Dawson). Successful therapy depends upon the understanding the interrelationship of all the structure involving the muscle, bone, tissue and joint.
Keywords: Vertical Dimension at Occlusion; Vertical Dimension at Rest; Implant; Bridge; Lost Vertical Dimension; Osseointegration
Citation: Ajay Singh., et al. “Re-Establishing the Lost Vertical Dimension and Posterior Edentulous Space Using Implant: A Case Report".Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 7.1 (2023): 68-71.
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