SORIN GHEORGHE MIHALI, EMANUEL ADRIAN BRATU, LAURA CRISTINA RUSU COMPLETE-ARCH IMPLANT-SUPPORTED COMPOSITE PRESSED RESTORATIONS FIXED DENTAL PROSTHESES The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical performance of the composite pressed on metal framework for full-arch implant-supported fixed prosthesis in order to eliminate the drawbacks related to the chipping of porcelain fused to metal or to zirconia restorations. Sixteen patients received 22 implant-supported screw-cement-retained complete-arch restorations, consisting of composite pressed restorations. All patients were follow-up visit up to 2 years on function (range 24 to 30 months, mean 28.3 months). The outcomes were implant and prosthetic survival rates and calculations of wear determination (mm). After two years of function, the wear values were 95.54±6.88 mm on pressed composite restoration. Using composite pressed restorations appears to be a predictable, esthetic and successful treatment option for method of full arch restorations over implants.