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  • 1. TEETH SETUP BYAZKAH QAZI ROLL NO# 23
  • 2. Parts of Denture:  Base  Teeth
  • 3. SELECTION OF TEETH 1. SHAPE  Acc to pt ‘s arch form  Acc to pt’s face 2. COLOUR 3. LENGTH
  • 4. DEFINITION: “The setup is the arrangement of artificial denture teeth on denture base suitable for mouth”
  • 5. SEQUENCE:  Teeth should be set in definite position which is determined by following r/s of tooth to occlusal plane r/s of tooth to vertical axis r/s of tooth to one another
  • 6.  Long axis inclines slightly towards the vertical axis when viewed from front
  • 7. •Slopes labially 15 degree when viewed from side
  • 8.  Long axis slopes more toward midline when viewed from front  Incisal edge is 1mm short of occlusal plane
  • 9. •Slopes labially 20 degree when viewed from side
  • 10.  Long axis is parallel to vertical axis  Cusp is in contact with the horizontal plane
  • 11. Anterior teeth
  • 12. 1st premolar  Long axis is parallel to vertical axis when viewed from the front or the side  Palatal cusp is 1mm shorter  Buccal cusp is in contact with the occlusal plane
  • 13. 2nd premolar  Long axis is parallel with the vertical axis when viewed form the front or the side  Both buccal and palatal cusps are in contact with the occlusal plane
  • 14.  Long axis slopes buccally more  Mesiopalatal cusp is in contact with the occlusal plane
  • 15.  Long axis slopes buccally from the front  Slopes Distally from the side
  • 16. Central incisor  Its long axis inclines slightly towards the vertical axis when viewed from the front  Slopes labially when viewed from the side  Incisal edge is about 2mm above the occlusal plane
  • 17. Lateral incisor  Its long axis also inclines towards the vertical axis when viewed form the front  Slopes labially when viewed form the side  Incisal edge is about 2mm above the occlusal plane
  • 18. canine  Long axis leans very slightly towards the midline when viewed from the front  Very slightly lingually when viewed form the side  Cusp is slightly more than 2mm above the occlusal plane
  • 19. anteriors
  • 20. 1st premolar  Long axis is parallel to the vertical plane  Lingual cusp is below the horizontal plane and its buccal cusp about 2mm above it as it contacts the mesial marginal ridge of the upper first premolar.
  • 21. 2nd premolar  Long axis also parallel to the vertical plane  Both cusps are about 2 mm above the occlusal plane
  • 22. 1st molar  Long axis leans lingually  All the cusps are at a higher level above the occlusal plane  M.b.c of upper lies in m.b.g of lower molar
  • 23. 2nd molar  Lingual and mesial inclination of the long axis of this tooth  Cusps are at a higher level above the occlusal plane

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