Converting an acrylic resin removable complete prosthesis into a fixed implant-supported prosthesis to immediately load the implants can be a challenging procedure. Using acrylic resin to secure titanium interim copings intraorally may be a difficult task, and any process to facilitate this procedure may be advantageous for the clinician and the patient. This report describes a technique for facilitating the fabrication of an interim immediately loaded implant-supported fixed complete prosthesis. This technique and the materials used enabled the efficient fabrication and delivery of the prosthesis with an appropriate soft tissue surface and acrylic resin thickness without irritating newly sutured soft tissues.

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