Oral reconstruction in fully edentulous patients can be challenging at times. Hence, it is important to offer the most suitable treatment option after a detailed clinical examination and treatment plan. This 14-year long-term follow-up report is the clinical case of a 71-year-old nonsmoker who visited the clinic in 2006 and opted for full-mouth reconstruction using Auro Galvano crown (AGC) attachments. Maintenance was performed twice a year for the past 14 years, and the clinical results were satisfactory, with no signs of inflammation or lack of retention of the superstructures. This was associated with a high level of patient satisfaction, as indicated by the Oral Health Impact Profile. Compared to the screw-retained implants over dentures, AGC attachments can be a viable and effective treatment option when restoring fully edentulous arches.

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