A 65-year-old, male patient sought dental treatment at IbomRio Dental Institute, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil with a complaint of not being able to use his removable upper total prosthesis due to fit, making it difficult to eat correctly (Fig. 1).
During the clinical exam, it was observed total edentulism on the maxilla, and partial absence of the posterior mandible teeth (Fig. 2). A correct oral hygiene instruction was performed, followed by digitalization of the upper and lower arch of the patient (Fig. 3A, 3B). After scanning, a photograph of the patient’s frontal smiling face was taken to simulate the smile (Fig. 4).