Received 17.02.2023
DOI: 10.35556/idr-2023-2(103)28-31
Aesthetic and functional rehabilitation of patients after upper jaw resection

Bayrikov I.M., Nesterov A.M., Shcherbakov M.V., Bayrikov A.I.
Federal State Budgetary Institution of Higher Profes-sional Education «Samara State Medical University» of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation
Russia, 443099, Samara, Chapayevskaya St., 89

The article presents the orthopedic stages of treatment of patients with defects of the hard palate and part of the alveolar process, carried out in the period from 2020 to 2022. During this period, orthopedic treatment was performed on 5 patients: 3 men and 2 women aged 58 to 70 years. The features of clinical and laboratory stages with digital visualization of the clinical situation by scanning the Medit i700 are described. The structural features of the obturator prosthesis are highlighted.
The conclusion is made about the prospects of using the proposed technique in the orthopedic treatment of patients after resection of the upper jaw.

Keywords: obturator prosthesis, hard palate defect, alveolar process defect, deformities, scanning, dental anomalies, impression.

For citation: Bayrikov I.M., Nesterov A.M., Shcherbakov M.V., Bayrikov A.I. Aesthetic and functional rehabilitation of patients after maxillary resection. Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2023, №2(103): 28-31. doi: 10.35556/idr-2023-2(103)28-31

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