Dana Gabriela Budală, Zenaida Surlari, Maria Bolat, Elena Raluca Baciu, Mihaela Monica Scutariu, Dragoș Ioan Virvescu


Introduction: Oral involuntary changes in total edentulous age often lead to therapeutic difficulties and complications that may interfere with or influence prosthetic iatrogenesis. Purpose: The aim of this clinical study was to identify bone complications of denture bearing areas and to establish their frequency in the group of complete edentulous patients. Material and methods: The study group consisted of 130 patients, 60 males and 70 females,complete edentulous aged between 30 and> 80 years. All data obtained from study group patients were centralized and statistically analyzed. Results and discussions: Of the 130 patients, after clinical

examination it was revealed the presence of 86 hyperostotic tuberosities. A total of 49 patients (37.69%) were diagnosed with a maxillary tori and the existence of mandibular torus was found in the case of 26 patients (20%). Conclusions: Careful investigation of the general and local condition,  is a particularly valuable tool in detecting bone complications

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