ABSTRACT It is rightly said preservation of what remains is more important, with this in consideration preventive prosthodontics can be appropriately applied highlighting the importance of delaying or eliminating future prosthodontic treatment. In this case study mandibular tooth supported BPS (bio-functional prosthetic system) overdenture and maxillary flexible partial denture was fabricated for the patient. This gives the patient a denture that has more support and retentive principles incorporated, resulting in improved retention. Decrease in rate of resorption of bone hence preservation of alveolar ridge. Overdenture patient possessed preserved sensory function, i.e., discriminating between occlusal forces closer to natural teeth.
Removable prosthodontics classified the denture into complete and partial . The complete denture is classified into to types immediate and conventional. The main issue now is the complete one which is the most perfect prescription for the edentulous patients not having any tooth in their oral cavity. However ,there are several factors affecting the denture Inside the patient’s mouth which are Support ,retention and stability with main illustration on support in complete dentures. Dentists must approach knowing the biological aspects of the relativity between oral tissues and denture bases,Thus oral tissues must simply can bear forces or stresses without any irritation to the patient otherwise,relief should be performed
Assignment: Supportive Periodontal Therapy Intervals By: Aoife Malone, 1st year Dental Hygiene Date: 06/05/16 Key words: • Periodontal Maintenance Procedures • Supportive Periodontal Treatment • Supportive Periodontal Therapy • Recalls • Periodontal Maintenance Therapy Introduction: Supportive Periodontal Treatment is an extension of periodontal therapy. Procedures performed at selected intervals to assist the periodontal patient in maintaining oral health. These usually consist of examination, an evaluation of oral hygiene and nutrition, scaling, root debridement and polishing of teeth. (Loe, H et al 1996) these procedures are performed at different intervals to a periodontal patient in maintaining oral health. Supportive periodontal therapy
INTRODUCTION The principal goal of the Prosthodontics is to control oral disease while restoring aesthetics and function with durable biocompatible restorations. Knowledge of the responses of periodontal tissues to fixed partial dentures is crucial role in in the development of treatment plans with predictable prognoses. During diagnosis, treatment planning, and active therapy, each patient’s needs must be considered in light of the available evidence, which includes published clinical trials, anecdotal reports from peers, and personal clinical experiences. Critical evaluation of available evidence should be included in the decision-making processes for a predictable result. The fixed partial denture (FPD) is a common treatment available for
Being Restorative means to enjoying the challenge of analyzing something that is wrong, incomplete, or needs work. Having the quality of restorative is to enjoy the end result of taking a problem, finding a solution, and bringing it back to purpose. 2. Analytical: Looking for true facts/data. Analytical is looking at patterns and trends through the use of data to find an outcome.
Abstract An increasing demand for esthetics has led to new innoivations and techniques in dental restorations in anterior teeth . Tooth structure may be used as an alternative to restore fractured segments, grossly carious teeth etc . The tooth fragments can be obtained from patients own tooth or from tooth bank. The restorations using these teeth are termed as biological restoration. This article discusses the different aspects of biological restorations Introduction Fractured tooth crowns , Primary teeth with extensive carious lesions are routinely observed in clinical practice.
Introduction This literature review has examined the importance of gingival retraction in dental & Surgical procedures. Today, gingival retraction is the most widely used technique in the construction of dental prosthetics (Abadzhiev, 2009). There are various materials that can be used for retracting gingiva, however, it is important to select the material considering its effect on periodontium. For a prosthetic restoration to be functional and to be successful in long term, it should be properly adapted to the finish line of the preparation. Therefore, marginal integrity becomes an important factor for the success of the prosthetic restoration.
Prosthetic Dentistry interferes in the edentulous condition and partially edentulous condition. Complete Denture Prosthodontics involves the replacement of the lost natural dentition and associated structure of the maxilla and mandible for edentulous patients, while Partial Denture Prosthodontics involves the replacement of lost natural teeth and
Provisional sums provide different forms in contract with different ways, and some forms of contract can be a little vague about how provisional sums should be presented, in particular regarding adjustments to the programme. The Provisional sums can place either the client or the contractor at the risk of unexpected delays or costs. The agreement the cost of such civil works or extensions of time that might be claimed can result in negotiating between the client and the contractor. They should only be used as a last resort, they should not be an easy fall-back position for consultants when the civil designs are not completed or information is not enough. Contingency Sums are often used in the following two reasons.