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= Bridge link full cast
BM = Pontic fully veneered
BV = Pontic veneered pontic
e = replaced tooth
H = Holding element
K = Full cast crown
KH = Full cast crown with holding element

KM = Crown fully veneered
KMH = Crown fully veneered with holding element
KMO = Crown fully veneered with attachment
KO = Full cast crown with attachment
KV = Crown veneered vestibularly
KVH = Crown veneered with vestibular element
KVO = Crown veined with vestibular attachment

PK = Partial crown
SK = Full cast crown on superstructure
SKM = Crown fully veneered on superstructure
SKV = Crown veneered on the superstructure
T = Telescopic full cast
TM = Telescope fully blinded
TV = Vestibularly blinded telescope

Christina Cherry

The advantages and disadvantages of a full and immediate denture

If a dentist has to pull all teeth because they are damaged too much and are no longer worth preserving, the chewing and speaking function must be restored with an immediate prosthesis (immediate prosthesis). An immediate denture is a removable denture that is inserted immediately after tooth extraction (tooth extraction) or after a surgical procedure. This prosthesis permanently replaces all missing teeth. For this reason, an immediate or immediate denture is not a temporary in the classic sense, but a final or definitive denture.

Christina Cherry