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In 29 chapters aimed at physicians, prosthetists, and therapists and presented in an outline format, they address anatomy and kinesiology, surgical and other principles of amputation, patient assessment, prosthetic design and function, sockets and suspension systems, prosthetic restoration and management of various types of amputations, gait training and deviations, prosthetic components, psychological adjustment and related clinical issues, sexuality, return to the community, participation in sports and recreation, pain, skin challenges, musculoskeletal problems, and special populations: cancer patients, multiple-extremity amputees, infants and children, and aging patients.
Ajay Juneja, has been announced the winner of the 'Best Case for Prosthetic Restoration (Fixed and Removable)' at this year's Aesthetic Dentistry MENA Awards 2010.
Chapters on prosthetic restoration have been revised, and a new section on the use of implants in growing children has been added.
For the second year in a row, Dr Ajay Juneja, has been announced the winner of the 'Best Case for Prosthetic Restoration (fixed and removable)' at this year's Aesthetic Dentistry Mena Awards 2010.
Prosthetic restoration is the treatment of choice where surgical reconstruction is not possible due to various reasons related to size of defects, compromised blood supply to the area, post radiation, unwilling patient or where skin reconstruction may obscure recurrent disease, a removable prosthesis may allow easy and accurate evaluation.
Also prosthetic restoration will be compromised if it applicable on teeth with periodontal problems, even if the prosthetic piece is performed correctly (Bratu & Nussbaum, 2006).
Dental treatment options for a patient of CCD include full mouth extractions with fabrication of denture, auto transplantation of selected impacted teeth with/ without prosthetic restoration and removal of primary and supernumerary teeth followed by orthodontically assisted eruption of impacted permanent teeth.
There are closure screws, impression copings, laboratory analogs and acrylic and titanium copings available for the extended prosthetic restoration.
Boucher, Prosthetic Restoration Of A Maxilla And Associated Structures J Prosthet Dent, 1966; (16), 1, 154-168.