complete denture impression


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com·plete den·ture im·pres·sion

1. an impression of an edentulous arch made for the purpose of constructing a complete denture;
2. a negative registration of the entire denture-bearing, stabilizing area of either the maxillae or mandible;
3. a negative registration of the entire denture foundation and border seal areas present in the edentulous mouth.

com·plete den·ture im·pres·sion

(kŏm-plēt denchŭr im-preshŭn)
1. Impression of edentulous arch made to construct a complete denture.
2. Negative registration of entire denture-bearing, stabilizing area of either the maxillae or mandible.
3. Negative registration of entire denture foundation and border seal areas in an edentulous mouth.
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During the years from 1900 to 1929, there were many innovations in complete denture impression procedures.
10% reported that they have used elastomer putty and wash in a stock tray or in plastic trays to made complete denture impressions. For constructing custom trays 70% used tray material or self cured acrylic while 36% have used base plate custom trays.
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