The concept of "totally edentulous patient" has changed over time and includes not only patients who have lost all their teeth, but also those with terminal dentition or those who must replace prosthetic rehabilitations that have failed. In all these cases, the ability to manage the edentulous space is essential, also to evaluate the most suitable type of prosthesis for the patient (mucosa-supported total denture, overdenture, hybrid prosthesis or full-arch prosthesis on implants). This volume provides dentists and dental technicians with the basics of modern total dentures and illustrates the techniques and technologies used to design and produce "rehabilitative" prostheses. In particular, it describes the B.A.R.I. Technique (Boosted Advanced Rehabilitation on Implants), fundamental for the predictable transfer of all the information received from the removable prosthesis into the fixed one on implants during immediate loading procedures.