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  1. 1. BPS ® Biofunctional Prosthetic System
  2. 2. Selection of preformed trays The Accudent System Herbert Frick ICDE
  3. 3. Try in of selected trays Herbert Frick ICDE
  4. 4. Application of Accu-Gel Herbert Frick ICDE
  5. 5. Placing of the maxilliary impression tray in the oral cavity of the patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  6. 6. Removing the maxillary impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  7. 7. Injecting the Accu-Gel into the gingivobuccal fold in the mandible Herbert Frick ICDE
  8. 8. Placing the mandibular tray in its final position Herbert Frick ICDE
  9. 9. Removing the mandibular impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  10. 10. Finished maxilliary and mandibular impressions Herbert Frick ICDE
  11. 11. The Centric Tray System Maintaining the maxillo-mandibualar relation Herbert Frick ICDE
  12. 12. Determining the vertical demension Herbert Frick ICDE
  13. 13. Placing the centric tray with the mixed alginate or putty material Herbert Frick ICDE
  14. 14. Centric tray with the maxillary and mandibular relation contacts Herbert Frick ICDE
  15. 15. Laboratory procedure Herbert Frick ICDE
  16. 16. Model transfer to the Stratos 200 using the Average Value Assortement Herbert Frick ICDE
  17. 17. Herbert Frick ICDE
  18. 18. Horizontal guide mounted on the mandibular model • Lateral view • Front view Herbert Frick ICDE
  19. 19. Herbert Frick ICDE
  20. 20. 2nd Impression including the Intraoral registration Herbert Frick ICDE
  21. 21. Mounting of Gnathometer M Herbert Frick ICDE
  22. 22. Schematic diagram of the occlusal plane of the dentulous and edentulous mandible Herbert Frick ICDE
  23. 23. Individualized funcional record bite base with complete registration assembly Herbert Frick ICDE
  24. 24. Positioning the mandibular funcional record bite base Herbert Frick ICDE
  25. 25. Positioning the maxillary functional record bite base Herbert Frick ICDE
  26. 26. Checking the record bite bases in the oral cavity Herbert Frick ICDE
  27. 27. The individual functional impression taking Designing the functional margins Herbert Frick ICDE
  28. 28. • Carrying functional movements while applying slight masticatory movements • Maxillary wash record Herbert Frick ICDE
  29. 29. Carrying out of functional movements Succing on a straw Herbert Frick ICDE
  30. 30. Carrying functional movements while applying slight masticatory pressure Herbert Frick ICDE
  31. 31. Maxillary wash impression record Herbert Frick ICDE
  32. 32. Designing the functional mandibular margin By carrying out tongue movements Herbert Frick ICDE
  33. 33. Designed functional mandibular margin Herbert Frick ICDE
  34. 34. Carrying out functional movements while applying slight masticatory pressure Herbert Frick ICDE
  35. 35. Upper and lower functional impressions with perfectly occluding bite blocks Herbert Frick ICDE
  36. 36. Funcional maxillary and mandibular records Herbert Frick ICDE
  37. 37. Extra-oral registration using the UTS transferbow Herbert Frick ICDE
  38. 38. Lateral view with UTS adapter Herbert Frick ICDE
  39. 39. Connecting the UTS registration joint with the Gnathometer M adapter Herbert Frick ICDE
  40. 40. UTS mounted on the patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  41. 41. UTS mounted on the patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  42. 42. Needle point tracing with the Gnathometer M Herbert Frick ICDE
  43. 43. • Mandibular record metal base with hight-adjustable registration pin • Applying the registration dye Herbert Frick ICDE
  44. 44. Preparation of the interoral registration Mounting the mandibular and maxillary record metal bases Herbert Frick ICDE
  45. 45. Preparation of the interoral registration Removing the mandibular and maxillary bite rims Herbert Frick ICDE
  46. 46. Maxillary and mandibular record bite bases in the oral cavity Herbert Frick ICDE
  47. 47. Needle point registration with Gnathometer M movement right side movement left side 1. Lateral movements right and left 2. Protrusion movements 3. Retrusion movements Herbert Frick ICDE
  48. 48. Checking the needle point record in the oral cavity Herbert Frick ICDE
  49. 49. Evaluation of the Gothic arch tracing (According to Prof. Gerber) • Classical pointe form – The symmetry indicates an undisturbed movement sequence in the joint and uniform muscle guidance Herbert Frick ICDE
  50. 50. • Classical flat shape – This figure indicates pronounced lateral motion of condyles in the joint Herbert Frick ICDE
  51. 51. • Asymmetrical shape – this figure indicates a pronounced impediment in the protrusive excursion of the left mandibular joint Herbert Frick ICDE
  52. 52. • Arrow point is non-existant – This figure indicates weak to slack movement, particularly of retrusive excursion components; registration must be repeated and more concise motion are requested Herbert Frick ICDE
  53. 53. • The vertical line extends over the arrow point – This tracing was created by either forcefully pulling or pushing back the mandible – The figure may also been traced with a protruding mandible Herbert Frick ICDE
  54. 54. • A miniature arrow – This figure indicates cramped movements, poorly placed and painful registration plates, longterm absence of teeth with obstructed movements in the joints, defective prosthesis, etc. Herbert Frick ICDE
  55. 55. Herbert Frick ICDE
  56. 56. Fixation of the centric occlusion • Aligning the funnel-shaped opening of the fixing plate with the needle point • Checking the centric with secured record bite basis Herbert Frick ICDE
  57. 57. • Fabricating the key with fast setting plaster or hard silicone • Marking the central line Herbert Frick ICDE
  58. 58. Checking the secured maxillomandibular functional records Herbert Frick ICDE
  59. 59. Alternative to the needle-point registration: Functional bite rims fabricated of wax Herbert Frick ICDE
  60. 60. Selecting the teeth • Living tooth mould chart • Shade guide • Pictures of the patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  61. 61. Colour selection with the Chromascop shade guide Herbert Frick ICDE
  62. 62. Fabricating the master models in the Dental laboratory Herbert Frick ICDE
  63. 63. Individualized model transfer using the UTS Transfer Bow Herbert Frick ICDE
  64. 64. Close-up view of the registration joint holder in the UTS Herbert Frick ICDE
  65. 65. Model transfer to the Statos 200 using the registration joint holder Herbert Frick ICDE
  66. 66. Mounting the mandibular model Herbert Frick ICDE
  67. 67. Maxillo- mandibular models mounted in the Stratos 200 Herbert Frick ICDE
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  71. 71. Set-up of the posterior teeth in the mandible Selection criteria for posterior teeth A bite analysis indicates two the dentist and dental technician which type of posterior tooth is best for the respective patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  72. 72. Three different cusp angulations Dr. Strack Herbert Frick ICDE
  73. 73. Combination Combination (Lingualized) (Lingualized) Semi-anatomic Semi-anatomic Non-anatomic Non-anatomic Semianatomic Semi-anatomic Nonanatomic Non-anatomic (Curve) (Curve) Nonanatomic (Flat) Anatomic Nonanatomic (Flat) Anatomic Herbert Frick ICDE
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  78. 78. Movements • Laterotrusion (right side) Herbert Frick ICDE • Mediotrusion (left side)
  79. 79. Movements • Laterotrusion (left side) Herbert Frick ICDE • Mediotrusion (right side)
  80. 80. Herbert Frick ICDE
  81. 81. Anterior tooth relations Herbert Frick ICDE
  82. 82. Front and lateral view of the complete Wax-up Herbert Frick ICDE
  83. 83. Wax try - in Checking the: •stability •centric •aesthetics •phonetics •smile line •buccal freeway space Herbert Frick ICDE
  84. 84. Wax try-in in the oral cavity of the patient Herbert Frick ICDE
  85. 85. Check by the patient with the help of a mirror Herbert Frick ICDE
  86. 86. Pictures of the patient before Herbert Frick ICDE after

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