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CASES WHICH LACK REFERENCE POINTS TO AID IN TOOTH PLACEMENT AND RESTORING FACIAL SUPPORT
1. COMPLETELY EDENTULOUS
CASES WHICH HAVE ANATOMIC STRUCTURES TO GUIDE PROSTHETIC RESTORATION
1. PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS
A PROSTHODONTICS CASE WHICH ONLY HAVE CONDYLAR GUIDANCE
1. COMPLETETLY EDENTULOUS
OBJECTIVE OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE(RPD) TREATMENT
1. ELIMINATE ORAL DISEASE
2. PRESERVED HEALTHY TEETH AND REMAINING ORAL TISSUES
3. SELECTED REPLACEMENT OF MISSING TEETH AND RESTORATION OF FUNCTION IN AN ESTHETICALLY PLEASING MANNER
4. RESTORED HARD AND SOFT TISSUE LOST TO DENTAL DISEASE OR TRAUMA
TREATMENT OPTION TO REPLACED MISSING TEETH
1. COMPLETE DENTURE
2. FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE
3. IMPLANTS
4. REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
ADVANTAGES OF COMPLETE DENTURES
1. REMAINING TEETH ARE POOR ABUTMENT: CARIES, SUPERERUPTION, ARCH POSITION
2. RAMPANT CARIES
3. PERIODONTAL DISEASE
4. POOR ALIGNMENT OF ABUTMENTS
5. PATIENT GIVEN OPTIONS:RPD OR CD AND PATIENT SELECTS COMPLETE DENTURE: FINANCES, DENTAL ANXIETY
SOME CAUSES OF EXTENSIVE DECAY
1. PATIENT DENTAL IQ
2. MEDS
3. RADIATION
4. OTHER CAUSES
SOME CAUSES OF PERIODONTAL DISEASE
1. PATIENT DENTAL IQ
2. MEDS
3. MEDICAL ISSUES
4. OTHER CAUSES
5. CIGARETTE SMOKING
6. DRY MOUTH
ADVANTAGES OF FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES(FPD)
1. SHORT SPAN EDENTULOUS SPACE
2. MINIMAL LOSS OF EDENTULOUS RIDGE HEIGHT AND WIDTH
3. ADEQUATE PERIODONTAL SUPPORT OF ABUTMENT TEETH
4. NO NEED FOR EXTENSION BASE
SHORT SPAN EDENTULOUS SPACE OCCUR
1. REPLACING UP TO 2 TEETH B/W ABUTMENT
WHY IS THERE NO NEED FOR EXTENSION BASES IN FPD
1. TEETH ON EITHER SIDE OF EDENTULOUS SPACE
2. EXTENSION BASES NEEDED FOR FREE END, DISTAL EXTENSION CASES
TEETH WHICH ARE NOT GOOD FOR ABUTMENT
1. LATERAL INCISOR
TYPE OF PROSTHODONTICS THAT REQUIRE MULTIDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT: ORTHO THEN RESTORATION
1. FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE:(FPD)
ADVANTAGES OF PLACING IMPLANTS
1. PATIENT CANNOT TOLERATE REMOVABLE PROSTHESIS
2. LONG SPAN FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE
3. UNFAVORABLE NUMBER AND/OR LOCATION OF POTENTIAL ABUTMENT TEETH
4. AVOID PREPARATION OF UNDAMAGED TEETH FOR FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE ABUTMENTS
ADVANTAGES OF PLACING REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
1. NEED TO RESTORE EDENTULOUS RIDGE CONTOUR
2. LONG SPAN EDENTULOUS SPACE NOT SUITABLE FOR FIXED PROSTHODONTICS
3. PATIENT CANNOT TOLERATE LONG DENTAL PROCEDURES
4. EXTENSION BASES NEEDED
WHY IS THE NEED TO RESTORE EDENTULOUS RIDGE CONTOUR
1. SIGNIFICANT RIDGE RESORPTION
2. RIDGE LOSS DUE TO TRAUMA
TOOTH SUPPORTED RPD
1. MAXILLARY
TISSUE SUPPORTED RPD OR BILATERAL EXTENSION BASES
1. MANDIBULAR TOOTH
MAXILLARY RPD ASSOCIATED W/
1. MINIMAL TOOTH SUPPORT
2. NEED FULL PALATAL COVERAGE
3. PATIENT DESIRE TO RETAIN REMAINING TEETH AS LONG AS POSSIBLE
SOME DEFINITION OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
1. ANY PROSTHESIS THAT REPLACES SOME TEETH IN A PARTIALLY DENTATE ARCH
2. CAN BE REMOVED FROM MOUTH AND REPLACED AT WILL
3. AN RPD MAY BE TOOTH SUPPORTED OR TOOTH-TISSUES SUPPORTED
A TOOTH, A PORTION OF A TOOTH, OR THAT PORTION OF A DENTAL IMPLANT THAT SERVES TO SUPPORT AND/OR RETAIN A PROSTHESIS
1. ABUTMENT
TOOTH SUPPORTED REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE IS ASSOCIATE W/
1. NO DISTAL EXTENSION BASE
2. SUPPORT FOR THE RPD PROVIDED BY THE ABUTMENT TEETH ONLY
3. TYPE OF RPD IS DESIGNED CONSIDERING ALL SUPPORT IS DERIVED FROM THE ABUTMENT TEETH
TOOTH-TISSUE SUPPORTED REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE IS ASSOCIATED W/
1. ONE OR TWO DISTAL EXTENSION BASES
2. SUPPORT FOR THE RPD PROVIDED BY THE ABUTMENT TEETH AND THE TISSUES UNDERLYING THE DISTAL EXTENSION BASES
3. TYPE OF RPD IS DESIGNED CONSIDERING PRIMARY SUPPORT IS DERIVED FROM THE TISSUES UNDERLYING THE DISTAL EXTENSION BASES W/ ONLY LIMITED SUPPORT FROM THE ABUTMENT TEETH
WHEN IS THE RPD MASTER CAST MUST BE DESTROYED IN ORDER TO REMOVE THE PROCESSED RPD FROM THE CAST W/O DAMAGING THE ACRYLIC BASES
1. ONCE ACRYLIC BASES W/ DENTURE TEETH HAVE BEEN PROCESSED IN ACRYLIC
WHAT REPLACED TRIAD BASES W/ TEETH SET IN WAX
1. PROCESSED ACRYLIC BASE SUPPORTING AND RETAINING DENTURE TEETH
NAME THE BASIC ANATOMY OF A REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
1. DIRECT RETAINER
2. INDIRECT RETAINER
3. MINOR CONNECTOR
4. MAJOR CONNECTOR
5. DENTURE BASE
BASIC ANATOMY OF RPD THAT PREVENT DISLOGEMENT OF THE RPD
1. DIRECT RETAINER
BASIC ANATOMY OF RPD THAT PREVENTS MOVEMENT OF DISTAL EXTENSION BASE AWAY FROM TISSUE
1. INDIRECT RETAINER
BASIC ANATOMY OF RPD THAT JOINS RETAINERS/OTHER COMPONENTS TO MAJOR CONNECTOR
1. MINOR CONNECTOR
BASIC ANATOMY OF RPD THAT JOINS COMPONENTS ON ONE SIDE OF ARCH TO THOSE ON OPPOSITE SIDE
1. MAJOR CONNECTOR
BASIC ANATOMY OF RPD THAT IS ACRYLIC OR METAL, TEETH
1. DENTURE BASE
CHARACTERISTIC OF KENNEDY CLASSIFICATION
1. CLASSIFIED PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS ARCHES
2. ALLOWS FOR COMMUNICATION(DENTIST/LAB TECH)
3. USED W/ APPLEGATE'S RULES FOR APPLYING THE KENNEDY CLASSIFICATION
HOW MANY KENNEDY CLASSIFICATION ARE THERE
1. 4(FOUR)
SINCE KENNEDY CLASSIFICATION ALONE CANNOT DESCRIBE ALL PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS ARCHES WHAT RULES IS ALSO APPLY
1. APPLEGATE'S RULE
HOW MANY APPLEGATE'S RULES GOVERNED THE APPLICATION OF THE KENNEDY CLASSIFICATION
1. 8 (EIGHT)
WHICH KENNEDY CLASS THAT INDICATE BILATERAL EDENTULOUS AREAS LOCATED POSTERIOR TO THE REMAINING NATURAL TEETH
1. KENNEDY CLASS I
A KENNEDY CLASS THAT INDICATE A UNILATERAL EDENTULOUS AREA LOCATED POSTERIOR TO THE REMAINING NATURAL TEETH
1. KENNEDY CLASS II
A KENNEDY CLASS THAT INDICATE A UNILATERAL EDENTULOUS AREA W/ NATURAL TEETH REMAINING BOTH ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR TO THE EDENTULOUS AREA
1. KENNEDY CLASS III
A KENNEDY CLASS THAT INDICATE A SINGLE, BUT BILATERAL (CROSSING THE MIDLINE) EDENTULOUS AREA LOCATED ANTERIOR TO THE REMAINING NATURAL TEETH
1. KENNEDY CLASS 1V
A KENNEDY CLASS THAT CONTAIN NO MODIFICATION SPACES
1. KENNEDY CLASS IV
AN APPLEGATE'S RULES THAT STATES CLASSIFICATION SHOULD FOLLOW RATHER THAN PRECEDE ANY EXTRACTION OF TEETH THAT MIGHT ALTER THE ORIGINAL CLASSIFICATION
1. RULE I
AN APPLEGATE'S RULES THAT STATES, IF A THIRD MOLAR IS MISSING AND NOT TO BE REPLACED, IT IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THE CLASSIFICATION
1. RULE II
AN APPLEGATE'S RULES THAT STATES, IF A THIRD MOLAR IS PRESENT AND IS TO BE USED AS AN ABUTMENT, IT IS CONSIDERED IN THE CLASSIFICATION
1. RULE III
AN APPLEGATE'S RULE THAT STATES, IF A SECOND MOLAR IS MISSING AND IS NOT TO BE REPLACED, IT IS NOT CONSIDERED IN THE CLASSIFICATION (ALSO APPLY TO OPPOSITE SECOND MOLAR)
1. RULE IV
AN APPLEGATE'S RULE THAT STATES, THE MOST POSTERIOR EDENTULOUS AREA OR AREAS ALWAYS DETERMINES THE CLASSIFICATION
1.RULE 5(V)
AN APPLEGATE'S RULE THAT STATES, EDENTULOUS AREAS OTHER THAN THOSE DETERMINING THE CLASSIFICATION ARE REFERRED TO AS MODIFICATIOS AND ARE DESIGNATED BY THEIR NUMBER
1. RULE 6 (VI)
AN APPLEGATE'S RULE THAT STATES, THE EXTENT OF THE MODIFICATION IS NOT CONSIDERED, ONLY THE NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL EDENTULOUS AREAS
1. RULE 7 (VII)
AN APPLEGATE'S RULE THAT STATES, THERE CAN BE NO MODIFICATION IN CLASS IV ARCHES.
1. RULE 8 (VIII)
OTHER EDENTULOUS AREAS LYING POSTERIOR TO THE SINGLE BILATERAL AREA CROSSING THE MIDLINE WOULD INSTEAD DETERMINE THE CLASSIFICATION
1. RULE 5 (V) APPLY