complete denture prosthodontics

com·plete den·ture pros·tho·don·tics

(kŏm-plēt denchŭr prosthŏ-dontiks)
Knowledge and skills about restoration of the edentulous arch with a removable prosthesis.
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Linear occlusion: an alternative tooth form and occlusal concept as used in complete denture prosthodontics. Gen Dent.
[7.] Sharry JJ (1974) Complete Denture Prosthodontics, 3rd ed.
Complete denture prosthodontics, 3rd ed, 1974, pp 325, 327.
Oral health related quality of life in complete denture prosthodontics. Pak Oral Dent J 2009; 29:397-402.8.
Sharry: Complete Denture Prosthodontics. Third edition, 1974.
Impression making for complete denture prosthodontics has matured from the art of carving wooden or ivory blocks that accommodated the intraoral contours to the more sophisticated methods in use today.
The basic objectives of complete denture prosthodontics are the restoration of function, facial appearance and the maintenance of the patient's health (7).
In contrast, a low level of occlusal plane will promote tongue and cheek biting.8 Therefore, it is mandatory for the prosthodontist to re-establish the lost occlusal plane, both while dealing with multiple long span posterior restorations9 as well as in complete denture prosthodontics.3,6
A survey of US prosthodontists and dental Schools on the current materials and methods for final impression for complete denture prosthodontics. J Prosthodont 2005; 14: 253-62.
Clinical complete denture prosthodontics. King Saud University, Academic Publishing and Press, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
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