occlusal system

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oc·clu·sal sys·tem

the form or design and arrangement of the occlusal and incisal units of a dentition or the teeth on a denture.
Synonym(s): occlusal scheme

oc·clu·sal sys·tem

(ŏ-klūzăl sistĕm)
Form or design and arrangement of occlusal and incisal units of dentition or teeth on a denture.
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This occlusal scheme stabilizes the dentures and centralizes forces on the residual ridge to protect alveolar bone resorption.
The novel FGP technique described produces restorations with relatively normal occlusal anatomy, required minimal chairside occlusal adjustment, and were harmonious with the patient's existing bilateral group function occlusal scheme.
Occlusal scheme was developed using a customized Broadrick's occlusal plane analyzer and a diagnostic wax up was done (Fig 3, 4).
Lingualized occlusal scheme is used to improve the masticatory ability, the comfort, and the esthetics.
The "Articulation" option allows the dentist to consider information from a dynamic bite registration if the patient's occlusal scheme was in unilateral balanced articulation.
A mutually protected occlusal scheme was designed to allow even distribution of forces during lateral movements.
Conclusion made was that bilateral balance occlusal scheme patients were able to masticate properly with ease and comfort and were more comfortable with their prostheses.
The basic objective is to achieve an occlusal scheme which will have a multiplicity of occlusal contacts in centric position.
Misch proposed this occlusal design, which is a modification of the occlusal scheme first developed by Payne and Pound.
Each occlusal form has its own indications, However, there is no substantial evidence that any specific occlusal scheme significantly contribute to the comfort or effectiveness of prostheses.
Lingualized occlusal scheme was apt which allowed centralization of vertical forces over the mandibular ridge, and provides additional stability to the denture.