Oral surgery treatment in the patients with combination syndrome

Korunoska Stevkovska, Vesna and Zlatanovska, Katerina and Gigovski, Nikola and Menceva, Zaklina and Nikolovska, Julijana and Bajraktarova Valjakova, Emilija and Mijoska, Aneta (2015) Oral surgery treatment in the patients with combination syndrome. In: International Symposium at Faculty of Medical Sciences “Current achievements and future perspectives in medical and biomedical research”, 24 Nov 2015, Stip, Macedonia.

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Introduction: Combination syndrome is periodicly associated in wearers with removable dentures, were upper is complete denture and lower is partial denture with some of the
anterior natural teeth still in the mouth.
Material and method: The study was provided on five patients with removable dentures at the Department of prosthodontics in the period of last three years. Three of them have weared the dentures more then ten years, and came to the clinic for new one. Another
two patients have weared removable dentures between two and four years, and came because in the frontal part of the upper jaw appeared swollen. By clinical examination in all patients we noticed: hyperplastic tissue in the pre-maxillary region, reduction of the residual ridge on the frontal part of the maxilla as a result of the increasing pressure from the anterior teeth of thelower jaw.This tissue was removed by oral surgery (laser removing of hyperplastic tissue). Also we noticed periodontal changes and extrusion of natural lowerfrontal teeth and increased reduction of mandibular residual ridge.
Results and conclusion: After healing period we made: new dentures in the three patients which were covered by the HIFM andin another two patients we made indirect
relining on the upper denture, re-occlusion and re-articulation achieving a weak contacts between the lower natural teeth and upper teeth of the complete denture. We cautioned the patients not to bite food with anterior teeth and to avoid chewing very hard food which tends to imprint and displace dentures and of course to came to regular controls.
removable dentures, combination sindrom, hyperplastic tissue, oral surgery treatment.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Subjects: Medical and Health Sciences > Clinical medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medical Science
Depositing User: Katerina Zlatanovska
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2016 15:11
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2016 15:11
URI: https://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/15473

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