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Multidisciplinary Treatment Intervention in 24 Patients with Oligodontia: A Case-Cohort Study.

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Summary of "Multidisciplinary Treatment Intervention in 24 Patients with Oligodontia: A Case-Cohort Study."

To characterize the multidisciplinary treatment intervention for patients with nonsyndromic oligodontia, focusing on both the preprosthodontic intervention and the type of prosthodontic and functional occlusal units at the end of treatment.

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Name: The International journal of prosthodontics
ISSN: 0893-2174
Pages: 20-26

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