When others are looking to do it faster, I continue to do it better.
I’m not bragging it’s just a fact, that what I am able to produce is tractable with photographic evidence that spans over the course of a career that in many cases is older than the dental technicians and dental labs in the market today.
During my 37-year journey as a dental technician, the constant, is the active pursuit of fabricating quality prosthetics. Equipped with a formal dental laboratory education, a lifelong learner mindset, and 8 years of clinical chairside patient exposure to provide me with a unique insight into what defines a successful prosthetic delivery.
This case is an upper (maxillary) implant supported bar, and a lower (mandibular) conventional overdenture using the remaining canine roots with attachments incorporated to provide a snap fit foundation.
These are the ball attachments incorporated in the roots of the canines which will act as an anchor to stabilize the lower denture.
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