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To present the prosthetic rehabilitation of a maxillofacial trauma patient with maxillary complete denture. It is important.
They are not novel since there are numerous papers in the same field.
N/A since it is a case report.
No it is not.
It is a well done case report.
I am an Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologist.
Prosthetic rehabilitation of trauma patient is needed for the aesthetic, functional purpose.
In discussion section more information on other treatment modalities can be given. Better Intra oral photographs to show the defect is needed.
Authors did good work
Elaborative discussion is needed. More references can be added.
This case report demonstrates the tremendous benefit a patient who has experienced maxillofacial trauma can obtain from a conservative approach whic restores esthtics and function.
clinical associate professor
6. the article should include the possible permanent treatment options.
ten years in the field of maxillofacial rehabilitation through prosthesis
May be accepted for publication.
•I would like to thank authors for the effort and attention to such patients with special need. •Regarding the title, the question mark (?) should be omitted. It is not a question. It could be (:).•Preoperative photo (figure 1) is not clear enough to show the upper jaw.•I think some laboratory details should be briefly mentioned. •In the report section, patient satisfaction regarding retention, esthetic, function…… etc. should be mentioned in details, not only shortly in the conclusion. •The treatment outcome in a case report is measured by long term follow up. I think this good work should be supported by long term follow up.
The article is well written and highlights the various role prosthodontist can play for better treatment of the patients.
As a prosthodontontist, we are regularly dealing with maxillofacial trauma patients or patient with congenital and acquried defects. We most of the time feels that if possible patients should be consulted before/during surgery which increases success of the prosthesis.
This is excellent article. But if the references would have been recent it would have been more evidence base. latest reference was 1991 almost 20 yrs back and withing these years dentistry has been changed a lot.
Has been working as a reviewer in IJDR and the webmed
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