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Facial prostheses are often fabricated for cosmetic and psychological reasons for patients with facial defects after tumor resection. Each case is unique, and fabricating a facial prosthesis that is tailored to the individual patient requires use of specific materials and a degree of flexibility. This article describes a facial prosthesis that was made using an Adams clasp and acrylic resin for an elderly patient with metal exposure after mandibulectomy. (Int J Maxillofac Prosthetics 2022;5:10-12)
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