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Surgery for prosthetics

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Elsevier Science (USA)
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2
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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-117x(64)80002-0

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Summary The need for surgical interference before efficient dentures can be made is largely in inverse proportion to the prosthetic skill available. Indeed some prosthetists deny the need for it at all and do not realise that their failures become tired of receiving no help and seek assistance from others. Further attempts may be made at the impossible until the patients are referred for surgical modification of their denture bed. Practical surgical procedures are described which have proved capable of converting the hopeless mouth into such an anatomical state that ordinary degrees of prosthetic skill can furnish comfortable, fully functional dentures.

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