Prosthodontic Management of a Patient with Mandibular Asymmetry: A Case Report

Nicola Holland, Gerald McKenna

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Key Clinical Message
This case report outlines a conservative treatment approach utilised in the management of a patient with a transverse left sided mandibular asymmetry, in an attempt to obtain functional and aesthetic occlusion, using removable intraoral prostheses.

A small degree of facial and dental asymmetry is a common finding and is normal in the facial dynamics of the population. In some cases, facial asymmetries can be more obvious and can lead to functional and aesthetic concerns. Management of these patients can be very challenging.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-6
JournalClinical Case Reports
Early online date21 May 2018
Publication statusEarly online date - 21 May 2018


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