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Esthetics in maxillofacial prosthesis/ cosmetic dentistry training

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Indian Dental Academy: will be one of the most relevant and exciting

training center with best faculty and flexible training programs

for dental professionals who wish to advance in their dental

practice,Offers certified courses in Dental

implants,Orthodontics,Endodontics,Cosmetic Dentistry, Prosthetic

Dentistry, Periodontics and General Dentistry.

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  • 1. ‘PROSTHESIS BROUGHT TO LIFE’ INDIAN DENTAL ACADEMY Leader in continuing dental education www.indiandentalacademy.com
  • 2. Developing a natural appearing facial prosthesis is a necessity for patient acceptance. The fabrication of an prosthesis depends on 2 factors: Reproduction of the patient’s normal anatomical contours. The color of prosthesis must match surrounding skin tones.
  • 3. CONSTRUCTION OF FACIAL PROSTHESIS 1. Moulage impression and working cast fabrication. 2. Sculpture and formation of pattern. 3. Mold fabrication. 4. Processing of the prosthesis material with intrinsic and extrinsic coloration.
  • 4. In fabricating a prosthesis with a lifelike appearance the factors of realism must be considered: Color Heterogeneity Translucency Texture FACTORS OF REALISM
  • 5. COLOR Attributes of color and color mixtures Hue : could be red, yellow, green, blue purple, etc. Value : describes relative lightness or darkness of a color Chroma:delineates the grayness or dullness of the color
  • 6. HETEROGENEITY BLUSH FRECKLES MOLE AGE SPOTS
  • 7. Human skin is translucent particularly for longer wavelengths of light at the red end of the spectrum. TRANSLUCENCY
  • 8. TEXTURE WRINKLES AND FOLDS FINE LINE AND PORES STRATUM CORNEUM
  • 9. Heat curing vulcanizing silicones Room temperature vulcanizing silicones Heat curing elastomer MDX4-4210 MATERIALS USED FOR FABRICATION OF PROSTHESIS
  • 10. PIGMENTS USED Pigments by Factor II Pigments by Artskin products Pigments by Cosmosil products
  • 11. Intrinsic Coloration Extrinsic Coloration Enhancers COLORATION OF PROSTHESIS
  • 12. INTRINSIC COLORATION PIGMENTS INCORPORATING PIGMENTS IN SILICONE BUILD-UP
  • 13. FLOCKING FLOCK INCORPORATING YARN FIBERS
  • 14. EXTRINSIC COLORATION PIGMENTS APPLICATION OF PAINT
  • 15. SPRAY COLORING SPRAY PAINTING STIPPLING EFFECT
  • 16. Eyebrows Eyelashes Moustache Spectacles ADDITIONAL ENHANCING CHARACTERIZATION FACTORS
  • 17. Hair Library
  • 18. CHARACTERIZATION OF EAR AND NOSE PROSTHESIS TRANSLUSCENT SILICONE MATERIAL SHADE GUIDE
  • 19. ADDITION OF FLOCK COLOR EVALUATION PREPARATION OF BASE COLOR
  • 20. IDENTIFICATION OF HUE PAINTING IN LAYERS
  • 21. ADDITION OF THREAD OR YARN FIBERS PACKING
  • 22. EXTRINSIC PIGMENTATION APPLICATION OF KAOLIN POWDER LIFELIKE PROSTHESIS
  • 23. ORBITAL PROSTHESIS The orbital prosthesis is done in two parts: OCULAR PROSTHESIS ORBITAL PROSTHESIS
  • 24. OCULAR PROSTHESIS SCLERAL BLANK IRIS ACRYLIC DISK
  • 25. P- PUPILS- STROMA C- COLLARATE L- LIMBUS SphS- SPHINCTOR
  • 26. APPLICATION OF CLEAR PAINT OCULAR PROSTHESIS
  • 27. INTRINSIC PIGMENTATION EXTRINSIC PIGMENTATION ORBITAL PROSTHESIS ORBITAL PROSTHESIS
  • 28. LIMITATIONS IN COLORATION -INTRINSIC COLORATION: No visual feedback till curing. -EXTRINSIC COLORATION: Touch up required. -DETERIORATION OF COLOR WITH TIME: Exposure to sun, water, other solvents.
  • 29. Coloring facial prosthesis is not a skill easily learned. A keen eye and attention to detail are paramount in the ability to detect and duplicate skin tones. It is the process that enables the prosthesis to ‘come alive’.
  • 30. For more details please visit www.indiandentalacademy.com