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Fig. 1

Radiographic and clinical example showing acceptable cuspal inclination for implant-supported ceramometal crown restoration in first molar region.

Fig. 2

Radiographic example showing unnecessary inclination in implant position, which may lead to an increase in the torque applied to the implant during function.

Fig. 3

Radiographic example showing unnecessary horizontal offset of the implant, which may lead to an increase in the torque applied to the implant during function.

Fig. 4

Radiographic example showing unnecessary vertical offset of the implant, which may lead to an increase in the torque applied to the implant during function.

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Custom-designed titanium abutment with or without gold plating.

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Custom-designed zirconia abutment.

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Custom-designed zirconia abutment with titanium insert.

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Custom-designed lithium disilicate abutment with titanium insert.

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Although osseointegrated dental implants have become a predictable and effective modality for the treatment of single or multiple missing teeth, their use is associated with clinical complications. Such complications can be biologic, technical, mechanical, or esthetic and may compromise implant outcomes to various degrees. This article presents prosthetic complications accompanied with implant-supported single and partial fixed dental prostheses.

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