Treating the Complete Denture Patient

Download Treating the Complete Denture Patient written by Carl F. Driscoll, William Glen Golden in PDF format. This book is under the category Dentistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1119569583/9781119569589. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

Carl F. Driscoll, William Glen Golden

publisher

Wiley-Blackwell

file-type

PDF

pages

283 pages

language

English

asin

B083PQTQN9

isbn10

1119569583

isbn13

9781119569589


Book Description

This book presents step-by-step procedures for all materials; techniques and methods associated with the use of complete dentures in dental practice. Penned for dental students; laboratory technicians and dental general practitioners; the ebook provides a practical approach to the complete denture patient. Over 800 photographs illustrate the text; making it easy to follow and implement in the practice or laboratory.

Treating the Complete Denture Patient; (PDF) includes all topics related to complete dentures; from the first appointment and impressions to insertion and troubleshooting. Chapters talk about the diagnostic appointment; covering the evaluation of and treatment planning for edentulous patients; the making of preliminary impressions for the initial stages of treatment; custom trays for final impression appointments; and much more.

  • Includes access to a companion website providing video clips
  • Includes hundreds of high-quality color photographs to show the concepts discussed
  • Presents easy-to-use; clinically related information on all topics connected to complete dentures
  • Comprises of all the steps associated with providing complete dentures; from the first appointment and impressions to inserting and troubleshooting problems

Treating the Complete Denture Patient is a vital resource for dental general practitioners; laboratory technicians and dental students.

NOTE: The product includes the ebook; Treating the Complete Denture Patient in PDF. No access codes are included.

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title Page……Page 5
Copyright Page……Page 6
Contents……Page 7
Foreword……Page 9
Acknowledgements……Page 11
About the Companion Website……Page 13
Chapter 1 The Diagnostic Appointment……Page 15
Chapter 2 Preliminary Impressions……Page 19
2.1 Making the Preliminary Impression……Page 20
2.2 Pouring the Preliminary Impression……Page 27
3.1 Fabricating Custom Trays……Page 31
4.1 Adapting Custom Trays to Fit the Arches……Page 39
4.2 Border Molding an Impression Tray……Page 42
4.2.1 Border Molding the Mandibular Tray……Page 45
4.2.2 Border Molding the Maxillary Tray……Page 48
4.3 Prepare the Surface of the Impression Tray for the Final Impression……Page 53
5.1 Different Types of Impression Materials and Their Useage……Page 55
5.2 Making the Mandibular Impression for a Complete Denture……Page 56
5.3 Making the Maxillary Impression for a Complete Denture……Page 58
Chapter 6 Boxing and Pouring a Final Impression……Page 61
7.1 Fabricating Base Plates and Occlusion Rims……Page 65
Chapter 8 Adjusting Wax Rims to Fit the Patient……Page 71
9.1 Steps in Making a Facebow Transfer……Page 73
10.2 Mounting the Transfer Jig on the Articulator……Page 77
10.3 Mounting the Maxillary Cast……Page 78
11.3 Adjusting the Wax Rims to Fit the Patient……Page 81
Chapter 12 Selecting Proper Denture Teeth……Page 87
Chapter 13 Setting Anterior Denture Teeth……Page 95
Chapter 14 Setting Posterior Anatomic Teeth in Bilaterally Balanced Occlusion……Page 99
Chapter 15 Setting Zero-Degree Posterior Teeth in Monoplane Occlusion……Page 107
16.1 Setting Teeth in Lingualized Occlusion……Page 113
Chapter 17 Setting Teeth in a Lingualized Occlusion……Page 119
18.1 Wax and Its Manipulation……Page 125
19.5.1 Maxillary……Page 129
19.5.2 Mandibular……Page 133
20.2 Mandibular Contours……Page 135
Chapter 21 The Wax Try-in of Teeth……Page 137
Chapter 22 Making an Arbitrary Posterior Palatal Seal in the Lab……Page 149
Chapter 23 Interacting with Dental Labs……Page 151
23.1 Preparing Casts and Wax Dentures for the Lab……Page 152
Chapter 24 Flasking, Packing, and Processing Complete Dentures……Page 153
25.3 Adjusting the Occlusion……Page 165
Chapter 26 Making a Remount Index……Page 169
27.1 Finish and Polish the Dentures……Page 173
28.3 Quality Failures……Page 179
29.2 Relationship between Adaption and Occlusion……Page 183
29.5 Pressure Indicator Paste……Page 184
29.6 Disclosing Wax……Page 186
30.2 Making a Maxillary Remount Cast……Page 189
30.3 Mounting a Maxillary Remount Cast……Page 191
30.4 Making a Mandibular Remount Cast……Page 193
30.5 Mounting a Mandibular Remount Cast……Page 196
Chapter 31 Equilibrating Dentures Set in Lingualized Occlusion……Page 201
32.2 Procedure……Page 205
32.3 Problems and Errors……Page 209
Chapter 33 Equilibrating Complete Dentures Set in a Monoplane Occlusion……Page 211
Chapter 34 Troubleshooting Complete Denture Problems……Page 213
Chapter 35 Replacing Teeth on a Complete Denture……Page 229
36.1 Repairing Fracture of Complete Dentures……Page 233
36.2 Summary……Page 240
37.1 Overdentures and Implants……Page 243
37.2 Transfer Analogs……Page 248
37.4 Abutments in Natural Teeth……Page 249
37.5 Adapting an Existing Denture to Fit Implants or Endodontically Retained Teeth Abutments……Page 250
Chapter 38 Immediate Complete Dentures……Page 253
38.1 Immediate Dentures……Page 254
38.2 The Custom Tray……Page 257
38.3 Replacing Missing Teeth……Page 260
38.4 The Surgical Stent……Page 263
38.5 Alternate Method Allowing a Six-Week Waiting Period……Page 264
38.6 Recommended Recalls After Extractions……Page 265
39.1 Clinical Application of Tissue Conditioners……Page 267
40.2 Ivoclar Vivadent……Page 277
40.3 Dentca……Page 281
References……Page 284
List of Captions……Page 285
Index……Page 307
EULA……Page 311

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