Describe the components of a removable partial and complete denture 16 Rests

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4. Describe the components of a removable partial and complete denture. 16 Rests Minor “C” clasp connector Saddle Palatal connector (major connector) Maxillary Partial Denture Framework Components of a Complete Denture Post Dam Base Flange Teeth 21 5. Discuss oral considerations and appointment procedures for immediate dentures, overdentures and conventional dentures. INDICATIONS CONTRAINDICATIONS 1. The client is totally edentulous 2. The remaining teeth cannot be saved 3. The remaining teeth cannot support a partial denture and no acceptable alternatives are available 4. The client refuses alternative 1. If any other possible alternative exists 2. Mental and physical condition of client which affects ability to wear/care for denture 3. Sensitivity to material 4. The client is not interested in having missing teeth replaced
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treatment recommendations 6. Briefly discuss the typical appointment sequence required to construct a complete denture including border molding, baseplates and bite rims, insertion and post-insertion appointments. Appointment #1 Records 1. Preliminary impression 2. Custom tray fabrication 3. Radiographs and photographs What kind of radiographs and why? Appointment #2 Final Impression 1. Final impressions -includes border molding with wax and muscle trimming 2. Impressions of hard and soft tissues 3. Impression is disinfected and sent to lab Final Impressions Lab work Impression is boxed Articulate Baseplate and Occlusal Rims Ariculator-mechnical device that simulates the movement of TMJ Appointment #3 Baseplate and Occlusal Rim Try In Try in of base plates and occlusal rims Dentist establishes correct occlusal relationship Artificial teeth Shade and material of the artificial teeth are selected Characterization such as stains, lines, chips may be recreated Photographs of the client would be useful to recreate appearance
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Occlusal Registration Lab technician needs a detailed occlusal registration in order to be able to replicate clients motions of the TMJ upon biting, speaking etc… Most frequent measurements used 1. Centric Relation: jaws closed, relaxed and comfortable position 2. Protrusion: mandible moved forward 3. Retrusion: mandible placed posterior 4. Lateral Excursion: sliding mandible left and right Functionally Generated Path Technique Is a wax bite registration used while baseplates and occlusal rims are tried in the clients mouth The client is asked to close firmly and simulate act of chewing Baseplates and occlusal rims are returned to lab Interim laboratory procedures— teeth are put in occlusal rims Appointment #4 Wax Denture Try In Denture is evaluated for: Adequate tongue space Correct fullness cheek and lip area Proper vertical and centric dimension Correct teeth shade and mold Adequate buccal and labial tooth position Trial denture is returned to lab and final denture is made Final Laboratory Procedures Flasking process Similar to lost wax technique Appointment #5
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Prosthesis Insertion Insertion Check the retention
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