The single complete denture

By Dr. Vishaal Bhat on Sunday, 6 July, 2008 with 0 comments

The most common case is an edentulous max arch opposing some remaining mand natural teeth.

The most common error in making a complete denture opposing natural teeth is the development of an occlusal arrangement without modifying the opposing dentition.

7 signs of combination case syndrome:

1. Papillary hyperplasia

2. Anterior maxillary ridge resorption

3. Extrusion of mandibular anterior teeth

4. Down-growth of maxillary tuberosity and pneumatization of maxillary sinus

5. Loss of V.D.O.

6. Anterior repositioning of mandible

7. Occlusal plane discrepancies

Category: Prosthodontics Notes



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