By Tony Johnson, David G. Patrick, Christopher W. Stokes, David G. Wildgoose, Duncan J. Wood
Now on hand in a moment variation, Basics of Dental Technology is a whole reference for the present innovations and fabrics utilized in dental technology.
- Retains the available, task-based process and step by step tips of the 1st edition
- Features updates all through, in addition to a brand new bankruptcy on electronic dental know-how and an interactive pupil web site to help self-assessment
- Explains key abilities, strategies, tools, and gear, and in addition introduces extra expert ideas and systems, resembling denture prosthetics, fastened prosthodontics, orthodontic paintings, and maxillofacial technology
- Provides crucial info for trainee dental technicians and scholars studying approximately dental know-how, together with examine counsel and techniques for operating successfully inside of a dental team
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Wide rims restrict the tongue space and encroach into the cheeks and lips, distorting the denture-bearing area. This can lead to movement of the rims during registration, resulting in inaccurate registration of the occlusion. In general, rims should be slightly wider than the teeth they will eventually carry. The information recorded on the rims by the clinician is used to construct the trial dentures. Below is a brief description of what is recorded, how it is recorded and why. Lip support The labial lip support is determined by looking at the lip support and facial contour as well as checking for encroachment on the tongue.
It is important that the patient has space between the teeth when relaxing and that they do not over-close on biting. Correct vertical dimension also gives support to facial tissues, preventing creasing at the corner of the mouth. In a case with a high smile line, this is marked to indicate where the upper lip will be when the patient is smiling, to allow for this in the placement of the teeth and to avoid leaving too much visible gum. Centre line This is marked on the rims in line with the centre of the patient’s face, allowing the teeth to be positioned centrally for symmetry.
The long axis of the tooth should be vertical when viewed labially and proclined when viewed from the distal aspect. 8. Repeat the procedure for the adjacent lateral incisor. It should be rotated such that the long axis of the tooth is no longer vertical but raised by 1 mm off of the occlusal plane. However, for older patients the lateral incisor should be level with the occlusal plane (see Figures 7a and 7b). 9. Position the adjacent canine such that it shows only its mesial aspect when viewed from the front.