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A Technique for Removing Implant-Retained Denture: Direct Relining Complication.

Duran İ, Yilmaz B, Ural Ç - Case Rep Dent (2015)

Bottom Line: An alternative method was used in the present case.A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely.The advantage of the presented method is that it may be extended to other clinical situations when facing a similar complication for implant supported dentures and also that the technique is simple and does not require special equipment.

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Affiliation: Department of Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Ondokuz Mayıs University, 55139 Samsun, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this case report is to present a technique for removing the denture which locked to ball-attachment because of excessive hard relining resin material flows around the ball-attachment. An alternative method was used in the present case. A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely. The advantage of the presented method is that it may be extended to other clinical situations when facing a similar complication for implant supported dentures and also that the technique is simple and does not require special equipment.

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(a) Intraoral view of the prosthesis, (b) View of the mandibular implant supported denture, (c) marking the relevant portion of the denture, (d) removing matrix from the mouth, (e) implant supported denture with removed matrix.
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fig1: (a) Intraoral view of the prosthesis, (b) View of the mandibular implant supported denture, (c) marking the relevant portion of the denture, (d) removing matrix from the mouth, (e) implant supported denture with removed matrix.

Mentions: 48-year-old male patient was referred to our clinic (Department of Prosthodontics) regarding a complication in his lower two implant supported dentures (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)). The relining procedure had been done directly in the patient's mouth using hard relining material by a dentist in private office. The denture could not be removed from the mouth and the reason was probably the excessive resin between the matrix and ball-attachments. Specifically, there was no movement on the left of the denture and thus we started the process from left matrix. Removing the matrix safely is the primary purpose of this technique. To this and the relevant portion of the denture was marked with indelible pencil (Figure 1(c)). A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)). And then the excessive resin around the ball-attachment was removed with a conical diamond bur. After the process the denture was removed by pulling out gently (Figure 1(e)). The denture and left matrix are seen in Figures 2(a) and 2(b). Previously made hard relining material was removed from the denture's internal and external surfaces. To perform the indirect relining technique and repairing the denture, light silicon impression material was applied to the inner surface of the denture and when placed in mouth patient was advised to close the mouth without pressure to avoid displacement of the soft tissues (Figure 2(c)). After laboratory procedures performed, the denture, occlusion, borders, and soft tissue adaptation were evaluated. The final image of the repaired denture was seen in Figures 2(e) and 2(f).


A Technique for Removing Implant-Retained Denture: Direct Relining Complication.

Duran İ, Yilmaz B, Ural Ç - Case Rep Dent (2015)

(a) Intraoral view of the prosthesis, (b) View of the mandibular implant supported denture, (c) marking the relevant portion of the denture, (d) removing matrix from the mouth, (e) implant supported denture with removed matrix.
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fig1: (a) Intraoral view of the prosthesis, (b) View of the mandibular implant supported denture, (c) marking the relevant portion of the denture, (d) removing matrix from the mouth, (e) implant supported denture with removed matrix.
Mentions: 48-year-old male patient was referred to our clinic (Department of Prosthodontics) regarding a complication in his lower two implant supported dentures (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)). The relining procedure had been done directly in the patient's mouth using hard relining material by a dentist in private office. The denture could not be removed from the mouth and the reason was probably the excessive resin between the matrix and ball-attachments. Specifically, there was no movement on the left of the denture and thus we started the process from left matrix. Removing the matrix safely is the primary purpose of this technique. To this and the relevant portion of the denture was marked with indelible pencil (Figure 1(c)). A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)). And then the excessive resin around the ball-attachment was removed with a conical diamond bur. After the process the denture was removed by pulling out gently (Figure 1(e)). The denture and left matrix are seen in Figures 2(a) and 2(b). Previously made hard relining material was removed from the denture's internal and external surfaces. To perform the indirect relining technique and repairing the denture, light silicon impression material was applied to the inner surface of the denture and when placed in mouth patient was advised to close the mouth without pressure to avoid displacement of the soft tissues (Figure 2(c)). After laboratory procedures performed, the denture, occlusion, borders, and soft tissue adaptation were evaluated. The final image of the repaired denture was seen in Figures 2(e) and 2(f).

Bottom Line: An alternative method was used in the present case.A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely.The advantage of the presented method is that it may be extended to other clinical situations when facing a similar complication for implant supported dentures and also that the technique is simple and does not require special equipment.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Ondokuz Mayıs University, 55139 Samsun, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this case report is to present a technique for removing the denture which locked to ball-attachment because of excessive hard relining resin material flows around the ball-attachment. An alternative method was used in the present case. A cylindrical resin was removed with a diamond bur at the level of matrix and by this way the matrix was removed safely. The advantage of the presented method is that it may be extended to other clinical situations when facing a similar complication for implant supported dentures and also that the technique is simple and does not require special equipment.

No MeSH data available.