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Intraoral defects may be congenital or acquired are most commonly seen in the maxilla. These are usually large openings in the palate or the peripheral structures along with palate. Patients with acquired maxillary surgical defects very commonly appear with lingering functional disabilities and cosmetic disfigurement. One of the most acquired jaw defects among all is a patient suffering from oral cancer. The aim to treat this entity is to give a comfortable, cosmetically acceptable prosthesisdoi:10.37506/ijfmt.v14i4.13126 fatcat:mca7btrclva27irznhomelq47e