Principles and Practices of Complete Dentures
Hayakawa, Iwao

Principles and Practices of Complete Dentures
creating the mental image of a denture

Kiadás éve: 1999
Oldalszám: 255 oldal, 603 kép
Nyelv: Angol
Szakterületek: protetika

Rendelési szám: 11181

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A fenti ár nem tartalmazza az 5% Áfá-t és a postaköltséget.

Prologue: Imaging complete dentures9Section 1Examination and preparation for treatment111. Surgical treatment132. Correcting the occlusion153. Flow of saliva164. Patient's requests and desires16Section 2Making the impressions191. Landmarks for the mandibular impression22    Buccal flange area22    Mylohyoid ridge area23    Retromolar pad area Retromylohoid fossa27    Subgingival gland area28    Labial flange area31    Anterior lingual flange area312. Landmarks for maxillary impression33    Frenal areas33    Buccal vestibular area34    Posterior border area373. Preliminary impression404. Constructing the individual tray415. Final impression426. Improving the master cast43Section 3Recording the jaw relations471. Constructing the baseplates and occlusion rims502. Determining the occlusal plane503. Determining the occlusal vertical dimension524. Recording the centric occlusal position565. Gothic arch tracing method58    1) Mounting the Gothic arch tracer59    2) Tracing the Gothic arch and the tapping point596. Articulators and mounting casts60    Split-cast methodSection 4Arranging the artificial teeth631. Selecting the anterior teeth712. Arranging the anterior teeth71    1) The elderly appearance "caused by dentures"71    2) Anatomical landmarks for the upper anterior teeth72    3) Positioning the lower anterior teeth with respect to alveolar bone resorption753. Overlap of the anterior teeth774. Arranging the posterior teeth82    1) Anatomical landmarks for the upper posterior teeth82    2) The pushing effect of the cheeks82    3) Anatomical landmarks for the lower posterior teeth85    4) Arranging the premolar and the modiolus87Section 5Try-in of the dentures91 Try-in for the anterior teeth arrangement93Section 6Designing the polished surface971. Waxing the anterior region1002. The buccal polished surfaced of the maxillary denture1033. The lingual polished surface if the mandibular denture1034. The buccal polished surface of the mandibular denture104Section 7Correcting the occlusion107Section 8Denture insertion and subsequent oral examinations111Section 9Clinical procedure119AppendixApplication of the soft denture lining materials2311. Soft lining materials233    1) Acrylic soft lining materials233    2) Silicone soft lining materials234    3) Fluorinated soft lining material234    4) Olefinic soft lining material234        Tissue conditioners2362. Indications236        Kregard2373. Clinical case2384. Kurepeet Dough240    1) Lining procedure240    2) Thickness and form244    3) Reasons for surface roughness and measures for prevention244    4) Polishing procedure246    5) Relining the denture248    6) Partial lining248References249Index252Commentaries Retruded tongue position30        The "clinical" junction of the hard and soft palates and its relation to the vibrating line (ah-line)38        Chair design for denture patients45        The prediction formula for the vertical dimension and the OVD indicator53        Determining the mandibular position by the operator's guidance and habitual chewing57        Problems of the interalveolar ridge line theory66        The level of the occlusal plane69        Anterior teeth arrangement of the elderly patients74        Incision by the anterior teeth76        Tooth overlap of patients with maxillary protrusion79        Tooth overlap of patients with mandibular protrusion81        The importance of the impression of the buccal space84        The resorption of the alveolar ridge and the denture contour88        Which is the better material for artificial posterior teeth, resin or porcelain?90        The polished surface and the flange technique101        Fabrication of dentures with passing grades114        Soft liners and viscoelasticity235