Abstract: Prosthodontic patients must cope with the problem of gradual and continuous loss of alveolar bone following the extraction of teeth. The complete or removable partial dentures necessary to treat the tooth loss will require periodic relines or replacement as tissues continue to change. In an attempt to minimize the loss of alveolar bone and subsequent need for prosthodontic care, some dentists have recommended the retention of a few strategically located tooth roots and worn out dentition to support partial or complete overdentures. Overdenture principles can be applied to dentitions that are relatively complete without preparation or alteration of the existing teeth. Such overdentures may cover the traditional denture-bearing tissues as well as the unaltered remaining teeth. The primary advantages of such prosthesis have been discussed in part-1 of this series of two articles. This part-2 article briefly describes how to proceed in such cases of worn out dentitions and useful variations that can be made in the conventional concepts of overdenture prosthesis.