The three-part sectional denture is becoming increasingly popular in the treatment of partially dentate patients who present with particular problems. It is a design concept which can be very successful if used with care, but is prone to failure if certain aspects of design and construction are overlooked. A discussion of pertinent clinical and laboratory details is presented, illustrated by a case where the patient's requirements were very specific.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 1991|