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The replacement of multiple missing teeth in the anterior maxilla counts among the greatest challenges in dentistry. Implant-supported prosthesis has become the treatment of choice for a number of reasons. Most significant among these is its natural appearance and expected longevity. Although the results are easy to predict, the replacement of several missing anterior teeth can be difficult since it must meet functional requirements and satisfy patients’ demands in this highly esthetically visual area.
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