prosthodontic therapy

pros·tho·don·tic ther·a·py

(prosthŏ-dontik thāră-pē)
Treatment that uses dental prostheses to restore the form and function of missing teeth.
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Edentulous patients were enrolled to the study in The Department of TMD Zabrze, Poland and in The Zahnarztpraxis in Germany, retrospectively, after the prosthodontic therapy. They were treated by two specialists, one in Poland and one in Germany.
Patients with pain and headaches in the past, before the prosthodontic therapy, were supposed to mark the intensity of this pain on Visual Analogue Scale (VAS: 0-10).
In Figures 14 and 15, pain intensity schedules (in VAS scale before and after the prosthodontic therapy) for both groups are compared.
In Figure 16 the schedules of changes in pain intensity, as a result of prosthodontic therapy, in both groups are presented.
Esthetic and functional rehabilitation of a bilateral cleft palate patient with fixed prosthodontic therapy. J Esthet Restor Dent 2012; 24(4): 236-44.
Procedures that result in increased CRR: Unrestorable teeth that have been compromised by caries, trauma, or extensive wear require surgical crown lengthening to increase the length of clinical crown before fixed prosthodontic therapy can be initiated.
Spectrum of function- a classification system for attachments in removable prosthodontic therapy. QI 1986; 17 (3): 52-56.