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Maxillo-facial prosthesis (p.M.f): in a case of oral-nasal coMMunication post-surgery and post-radiotherapy

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In patients with oral-nasal communication the absence of alveolar and/or palatal hard and soft tissue, or contraction resulting from previous surgical repair, needed prosthetic rehabilitation. This clinical report describes a treatment of an oralnasal communication through a mixed prosthetic rehabilitation, fixed and removable, with attachments performed by EDM technique.

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L. Ottria

A. Zavattini

F.M. Ceruso

M. Gargari

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Ottria , L., Zavattini , A., Ceruso , F., & Gargari, M. (2014). Maxillo-facial prosthesis (p.M.f): in a case of oral-nasal coMMunication post-surgery and post-radiotherapy. Oral & Implantology, 7(2), 46–50. Retrieved from https://www.oimplantology.org/oimp/article/view/114
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