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Mobility, Aesthetic, Implants, And Satisfaction Of The Ocular Prostheses Wearers

Marcelo Coelho Goiato, Eliane Iguchi Nicolau, José Vitor Quinelli Mazaro, D. P. Dos Santos, E. Vedovatto, Adriana Cristina Zavanelli, H. Filho, Eduardo Piza Pellizzer
Published 2010 · Medicine

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During the process of facial rehabilitation, the mobility of ocular prostheses must be considered. Whereas some factors depend exclusively on the dentist, such as molding techniques and selection of material for denture construction, regarding ocular rehabilitation, factors, such as type of surgery, whether to adopt implants, and the use of lubricants, deserve special attention owing to their integration and their association with other factors pertaining exclusively to the patient. To establish harmony, and with the intention of aiding the dentist, after a discerning evaluation, the authors of this study report the factors that provide greater or less mobility to ocular prostheses and conceal the prosthesis in a more natural way, thereby contributing toward achieving a favorable aesthetic result in rehabilitations.
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