Aesthetic Prosthetic Essay

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Denture aesthetics as a prosthodontics terms is the effect produced by the prosthesis that affects the beauty and attractiveness of the person. An aesthetic prosthesis will improve patient motivation and acceptance. It is very unrealistic to assume that because acceptable masticatory capability has been achieved, patients will tolerate a poor appearance of the prosthesis.An aesthetic result in complete denture treatment is achieved through a deliberate combination of shape, color, arrangement, and orientation of prosthetic teeth the challenge is to develop a trial prosthesis that optimizes both appearance and function, consistent with both patient’s and dentist’s aesthetic sense and functional expectations Aesthetics has been given many definitions…show more content…
 Setting centrals perpendicular to alveolar ridge to establish a setting for class I patient which is the most aesthetic  Get a nice soft look for the set up by setting centrals following the curve of the arch
 Mesial flare is esthetically unacceptable for centrals
Don’t reflect in or deflect out the neck it will make one central look light and the other will look dark
Avoid diastemas they don’t work for everybody

Lateral mesial inclination is considered not acceptable whereas distal inclination of the long axis of the lateral is considered soft
Mesial flare of lateral gives a soft effect is more feminine unlike the distal flare which is bold
In young patients 1-2 mm higher than occlusal rim
Canines
Never upright or labial inclination
The neck out palatal inclination to form the curvature of the arch
Mesial flare naturally forms the arch form and never distal flare or else it will appear bold For gd overjet
For gd overbite

 Location and orientation of the median
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