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    • Dr shabeel pn PREPROSTHETIC MOUTH PREPARATION dr shabeel's presentations
      • 2 nd phase
      Done after partial denture design. Done along with diagnosis and treatment planning. is done to facilitate prosthetic treatment. to remove any hindrance into the prosthetic treatment. Prosthetic mouth preparation Preprosthetic mouth preparation
    • PREPROSTHETIC PROCEDURES
      • Relief of pain & infection.
      • Oral surgical procedures.
      • Conditioning of abused & irritated tissue
      • Periodontal therapy.
      • Correction of occlusal plane.
      • Orthodontic correction.
      • Splinting weakened teeth.
      • Reshaping teeth.
      • Preparation of rest and guiding planes
    • RELIEF OF PAIN & INFECTION
      • Potential emergency conditions
      • Acute pain Abscess
      • Carious teeth with pain and
      • discomfort.
      • Asymptomatic teeth with
      • deep caries lesions are
      • excavated and filled
    • Gingival disease
      • gingival ANUG abscess
    • ORAL SURGICAL PROCEDURES
    • EXTRACTION OF TEETH
      • Extraction of teeth
      • with poor prognosis
      • Removal of residual roots.
      • Extraction of impacted teeth
      • Severely malposed teeth
      • Indication for extraction:-
      • where teeth can complicate /compromise the treatment.
      • Orthodontic treatment cannot correct malalignment.
      • When teeth interfere with placement of a major connector.
      • Radiographs  bone cyst, tumor, tori, exostosis, hyperplasia, etc.
      • Bone cyst exostosis
    • Palatal tori
    • Lingual tori
    • Muscle and frenal attahments should be examined
    • Frenectomy
      • Ridges should be palpated for bony spicules and knife edged ridges.
      • Soft tissue should be examined for pathological lesions.
    • Dentofacial deformities Cleft lip
    • Alveoloplasty/ Alveolectomy • Simple (sharp edges) -Primary -Secondary • Interradicular (interseptal) • Radical Horizontal or vertical problems Pre-radiation • Preserve Attached Gingiva
    • Simple alveoloplasty
    • Conditioning of abused and irritated tissues.
      • Should be treated before impression making  the tissue contour may change according to tissue healing.
      • Causes
      • ill fitting dentures,
      • nutritional disturbances,
      • Diabates
      • Blood dyscrasiasis
      • Symptoms
      • Inflammation and irritation of soft tissues in the denture bearing areas.
      • Distortion of normal anatomical structures like incisive papillae, rugae, and retromolar pads.
      •  Burnng sensation in the residual ridge, tongue, cheeks and lips.
    •