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Small-Diameter Implants for Optimal Stabilization of Implant-Supported Overdentures

Implant-supported overdentures have gained significant acceptance by clinicians and patients, and are gradually becoming the standard of care for treatment of complete edentulism. Various protocols for prosthetic fabrication and implant placement have been suggested and, at least for mandibular rehabilitation, the most commonly used protocol relies on placement of two implants in the anterior/canine area. While this protocol may provide appropriate overdenture stabilization for many cases, others may not be successfully treated with only two implants, and additional implants may be required for patient satisfaction. Anatomical factors, however, may limit the clinician's ability to place additional implants. Furthermore, financial restrictions may limit the patient's ability to have additional implants placed. This podcast presents an alternative approach aimed to improve stabilization of existing implant-supported overdentures that may overcome these limitations.

 *Periodontics Resident, Department of Periodontics & Oral Medicine, School of Dentistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.      

Learning Objectives:

Upon completing this podcast, the listener should: 

  • Understand the advantages and limitations surrounding implant-supported overdentures
  • See how utilizing small-diameter implants allows clinicians to overcome these limitations
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