A complete denture prosthesis that is not integrated to the jaws can never give a patient the confidence in functional activity associated with dentition. Implant supported overdenture is a treatment option that has overcome this lacunae of conventional complete dentures. We present a case of an elderly female patient who, despite her age responded well to placement of two implants on which a mandibular overdenture was attached using a ball and socket attachments. The abutment retainer was attached to the denture with respective ‘O’ rings provided with the precision attachment. The denture was attached to the abutment directly in the patient's mouth using a fast setting duralay resin.
Key words: Ball and socket ,O-ring , precision attachment, overdenture, osseointegration.