Marburg Denture System: Aiming to Preserve the Proprioception-A Case Report ZD07-ZD09
Sweta Kale Pisulkar,
Meghdooth Apartments, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra, India.
All efforts to save the natural teeth should be made during restoration to achieve optimum functionality and aesthetics. Tooth loss is associated with appetite loss and loss of nutritional values. Thus, rehabilitating complete or partial edentulous conditions contributes to improvement in the functioning of the masticatory system. In the latter case of partially dentate condition, the natural teeth present preserve the residual ridges. Extraction of teeth causes alveolar ridge resorption. Poor foundation or ridge form donot provide support for the denture bases which is the factor of utmost consideration for stabilisation of the denture bases. In these instances, use of the telescopic dentures may be indicated. A telescopic denture retains and preserves the natural teeth beneath it. Every dentist aims at preserving the natural and restoring the lost. Preservation of the remaining teeth in turn preserves the natural proprioception mechanism, was thus followed and applied in this case report in which a 25-year-old female patient with diabetic history and on medication since past four years, presented with multiple missing teeth in December 2019. After thorough evaluation, the patient was treated by Marburg double crown system or synonymously termed as telescopic denture opposing the tooth supported overdenture. Follow-up and recall schedule was then explained and operator noted a satisfactory response from the patient. Consecutive follow-ups were maintained.