Different Types Of Removable Partial Denture

Denture Removal The removable partial denture is the most common method that dentists use to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Many millions of removable partial dentures are made for patients in Europe every single year. The other two methods of replacing a missing tooth or missing teeth are dental Bridges and dental implants but… Continue reading Different Types Of Removable Partial Denture

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 4

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 4

Acrylic Resin Crowns Prefabricated forms are ready for use as temporary crowns, and  made of polycarbonates or cellulose acetate – for anterior teeth. They should be always modified by a process of relining (rebasing) with materials of the same chemical composition, and further contouring and shaping. Temporary forms made of aluminium, silver-tin alloy or nickel-chrome… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 4

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Aesthetic Requirements: 1. The temporary crown should be easily shaped, contoured. 2. To demonstrate stability of colour, and its matching to the colour and translucency of the adjacent natural teeth. The perfect temporary restoration should meet all these biologic, mechanical and esthetic requirements. Although the ideal dental material for temporary crowns and… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 3

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2

Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2

Acrylic Resin Crowns The importance of maintaining occlusion: Inadequate occlusal contacts allow overeruption. This is (vertical movement). Missing proximal contacts can cause migration – horizontal movement – of the abutment under the influence of mastication forces. This migration can make the adjustment of the final restoration quite difficult. Orthodontic movement is sometimes indicated to shift… Continue reading Acrylic Resin Crowns Part 2