A new presentation of combination syndrome
Keywords:dental implants, prostheses, 21StCentury Combination Syndrome, lingualised occlusion
This article reviews the concept of Combination Syndrome and presents a clinical case of a patient with a modern variation to this clinical scenario': The clinical procedures involved in the provision of a maxillary complete denture against a mandibular implant-supported complete fixed prosthesis is described with some suggestions on how to optimise the treatment outcome for the patient.
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