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Technical and biologic complications of implant-supported fixed complete dentures are unfortunately quite common. Major and minor complications are significant factors affecting the success of our treatment and negatively affect the longevity of these prostheses. Data from four recent clinical studies will be presented. The association between prosthodontic factors (number of implants, prosthetic material, cantilever length, bruxism, occlusion and others) and the survival of these prostheses will be studied. Clinical recommendations and conclusions will be drawn for predictable long-term outcomes.
1. Understand how the incidence of technical and biological complications affects implant-supported fixed complete dentures (ISFCDs).
2. Understand the factors that are correlated to biological and mechanical complications.
3. provide clinical recommendations for predictable long-term outcomes with ISFCDs.