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  • 1. Prepared byd.Sirag al-hamadiTripoli university Dental faculty08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 1
  • 2. The carved occlusion rims should provide reliable guides for placement of the teeth. These guides are:08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 2
  • 3. Guide lines (midline, high lip line-1(.and canine lines08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 3
  • 4. The proper placement of the-2 .occlusal plane08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 4
  • 5. .Proper lip support-308/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 5
  • 6. (vertical dimension of occlusion (.and centric relation08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 6
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  • 8. Upper anterior teeth08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 8
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  • 10. :Alveolar ridge resorption- 1 •Ridge resorption in anterior maxilla occurs upwards and back wards. • In anterior mandible it occurs downward and lingually. •The anterior teeth are placed in maxillary denture forwards and inferiorly.08/29/12 . D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 10
  • 11. The distance from papilla to gingival margin 8 mm From papillae to incisal edge 10 mm08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 11
  • 12. Esthetics-teeth is important. Lip support by the 2 Amount of tooth showing (about 2 mm) Lower lip pressure causes instability of mandibular denture if placed anteriorly.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 12
  • 13. Grinding incisal edge and changing positionof teeth08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 13
  • 14. Too colored teeth to simulate natural teeth08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 14
  • 15. Phonetics-3  Speech is affected by the position of the teeth and the contour and bulk of the palate.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 15
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  • 17. The central incisor  Edges in contact with the plane.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 17
  • 18. The lateral incisor The edge is l- 2mm short of plane.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 18
  • 19. The canine  Its cusp is in contact with the horizontal plane.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 19
  • 20. The labial surfaces of the anterior teeth present a curve .depending on the ridge08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 20
  • 21. The long axes of the teeth are not made parallel. If this done it will Appear artificial and .unnatural08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 21
  • 22. Lower anterior teeth08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 22
  • 23. General considerations The midline of lower anterior as the upper one. The teeth are set on the ridge. The. overlap will be about 1.5 mm.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 23
  • 24. Vertical and horizontal overlap In natural teeth there is contact between upper and lower teeth08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 24
  • 25. In complete denture 1mm overjet is left and incisal angle less than 15 degree08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 25
  • 26. The central and lateral incisors The incisive edge 1.5 mm above plane.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 26
  • 27. The canine The incisal tip may be slightly higher than the lateral and central incisor.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 27
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  • 30. The following factors are considered08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 30
  • 31. The neutral zone-1 the neutral ِ eeth are in T zone. This ensures denture .stability The cheek and lip press on the teeth from outside and the tongue from inside. The area of equilibrium between the two forces is .called the neutral zone08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 31
  • 32. The position of the-2 posterior teeth in relation to the alveolar ridge The posterior teeth are placed on the ridge crest especially the mandibular teeth. This position is important for lower denture .stability If it is necessary to place the teeth outside the ridge crest it is done for the maxillary08/29/12 . denture D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 32
  • 33. Balanced occlusion-3 It is maximum contact between the maxillary and mandibular teeth in centric and eccentric positions. Eccentric positions include protrusive position and lateral position in both .working and balancing sides08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 33
  • 34. There should be maximum centric occlusion08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 34
  • 35. Contact during protrusion At least three widely separated points or .areas of occlusion must exist08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 35
  • 36. Contact during lateral movement Working side Balancing side08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 36
  • 37. Contact during lateral movement08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 37
  • 38. To achieve balance there should be anteroposterior curve for the posterior teeth (curve of Spee) and mediolateral curve (curve (.of Monson08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 38
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  • 40. The maxillary posterior teeth Note the anteroposterior curve.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 40
  • 41. The posterior teeth buccal surfaces make contact with a straight line drawn from the .labial surface of the canine backwards08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 41
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  • 43. The mandibular posterior teeth The mandibular teeth are set to occlude with maxillary teeth in anteroposterior and mediolateral curves.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 43
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  • 46. The buccal cusps of the lower posterior interdigitate with the . maxillary central fossae08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 46
  • 47. The palatal cusps of the upper posterior teeth interdigitate with the central fossae of the mandibular teeth.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 47
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  • 49. A) Superior protrusion((Class II The lower ridge is narrower than the upper and associated with a receding chin.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 49
  • 50. Setting up the posterior teeth Setting the upper teeth inside the ridge does not produce marked instability  While setting, the lower teeth outside the ridge will lead to instability.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 50
  • 51. Setting the anterior teeth The large overjet is preserved. Angulations of the upper teeth give the patient a rabbit appearance Angulations of the lower tend to unstabilise the denture08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 51
  • 52. B-Inferior protrusion(Class III) The lower ridge is broader than the upper and usually associated with a protruded chin.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 52
  • 53. Setting of the posterior teeth Cross biting the posterior teeth.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 53
  • 54. Lingual view for cross bite arrangement08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 54
  • 55. Setting of the posterior teeth Lower teeth that are narrow buccolingually are of great advantages If the upper teeth set outside the ridge a metal plate should be incorporated in the denture to prevent fracture.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 55
  • 56. Setting of the anterior teeth The anterior teeth in such cases are best set either edge to edge or with a negative overjet.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 56
  • 57. Gum fitted anterior teeth The absence of the anterior gum work affect denture retention and wings may be used.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 57
  • 58. Indications gum fitted upper anterior teeth a) When the teeth too prominent. b) When the gum work presses the lip out e.g. in tight-lipped patients.08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 58
  • 59. References Allen AA, Heath JR, Mc Cord: Complete Prosthodontics; Problems, Diagnosis and Management. Mosby-Wolf, London, -1  .1995 Beresin, V.E. and Schiesser, F. J.: The neutral zone in complete and partial dentures. 2nd ed. St. Louis, The C.V. Mosby - 2 .Company: 1978 . Coleman, R. D. and kaiser, W. B.: The Scientific Bases of Dentistry. Philadelphia, W. B. Sounders; 1966 - 3  .Craig, R.G.: Restorative Dental Materials. 8 ed. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby Company - 4 th  .Fenn, H.R.B.; Liddelow, K.P. and Gemson, A.B.: Clinical Dental Prosthetics. 2 ed. London, Staples; 1974 -5  Geering AH,Kundert M , Kelesy C: Complete denture and overdenture Prosthetics. Theme medical publication Inc. - 6  .New York, 1993 Grant AR, Heath JR, Mc Cord JF: Complete Prosthodontics; Problems, Diagnosis and Management. Mosby-Wolf, -7  .London, 1996 Heartwell, C.M. and Rhan, A.G.: Syllabus of Complete Dentures. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Lea and- 8 .Febiger; 1986 .Sharry, J.J.: Complete denture prosthodontics. 3rd ed. NewYork, McGraw-Hill; 1974- 9  Sowter, J.B.: Dental laboratory technology: prosthodontic techniques. Chapel Hill, University of North - 10 Sowter,  .Carolina; 1968 Watt, D.M. and Mac Gregor, A.R.: Designing complete dentures. Philadelphia, W.B. Sounders;-11 .1976 Winkler, S.: Essential of complete Denture Prosthodontics. 2nd ed. PSG Publishing- 12  .Company; 1988 Zarb, G.A.; Bolender, C.L.; HicKey, J.C. and carlesson, G.E.: Bouchers Prothodontic- 13  .Treatment for Edentulous Patients. 7th. Ed. St-Louis, The C.V.Mosby Company; 1990 .N, B. All pictures in these slides are copied from the above references and from the internet 08/29/12 D.SIRAG EDDIN AL-HAMADI 59