How Dentures are Made - BPS System

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How Dentures are Made - BPS System

How Dentures are Made - BPS System

  1. 1. BPS ® How dentures are made
  2. 2. This is not our goal! Herbert Frick ICDE
  3. 3. Statistics on complaint about complete dentures Herbert Frick ICDE
  4. 4. The sales of denture adhesives still show an upward trend Herbert Frick ICDE
  5. 5. Complexity of the stomatognathic system Herbert Frick ICDE
  6. 6. Accu-Dent
  7. 7. Inspection of supporting bone
  8. 8. Selection of trays
  9. 9. Tray selection using existing dentures
  10. 10. Mixing of impression material
  11. 11. Preparation of the tray material
  12. 12. Taking an upper impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  13. 13. The upper impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  14. 14. Taking a lower impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  15. 15. The lower impression Herbert Frick ICDE
  16. 16. Finished upper and lower impressions Herbert Frick ICDE
  17. 17. Centric Tray
  18. 18. Study bite registration Herbert Frick ICDE
  19. 19. Initial impressions with the Centric Tray study bite Herbert Frick ICDE
  20. 20. Laboratory procedure Herbert Frick ICDE
  21. 21. Mounting the models using the Centric tray study bite Herbert Frick ICDE
  22. 22. Fabricating the individualized trays Herbert Frick ICDE
  23. 23. impression tray bases Herbert Frick ICDE
  24. 24. BPS ® Intra-oral bite registration with the Gnathometer M Herbert Frick ICDE
  25. 25. Gnathometer M mounted on impression trays Herbert Frick ICDE
  26. 26. Refererence planes of the human skull FH CP OP FH = Frankfort horizontal CP = Camper plane OP = Occlusal plane Herbert Frick ICDE
  27. 27. Individual Trays with Gnathometer “M”
  28. 28. Taking the bite
  29. 29. Making sure teeth on denture are level
  30. 30. Marking the Smile line Herbert Frick ICDE
  31. 31. Taking the upper final impression
  32. 32. Finished upper final Impression
  33. 33. Taking the lower final impression
  34. 34. Finished lower final impression
  35. 35. Upper and lower finished impressions
  36. 36. Perfect occlusal fit
  37. 37. Tool used to transfer jaw position to the laboratory Herbert Frick ICDE
  38. 38. FH CP OE
  39. 39. Facebow transfer
  40. 40. Intra-oral bite registration
  41. 41. Intra-oral registration
  42. 42. Perfect Centric
  43. 43. "Bite Registration"
  44. 44. Final Impressions with bite registration
  45. 45. Selection of Teeth
  46. 46. Mounting models using facebow Herbert Frick ICDE
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  49. 49. Models mounted in laboratory Herbert Frick ICDE
  50. 50. Herbert Frick ICDE
  51. 51. Biogenic principles
  52. 52. Biogenic principles
  53. 53. Labial Frenum Labial Vestibule Incisive Papilla BuccalFrenu m Buccal Vestibule Median Palatine Raphe (Raphe Palatina) Residual Alveolar Ridge Hamular Notch Fovea Palatina Herbert Frick ICDE Maxillary Tuberos
  54. 54. Residual alveolar ridge Retromolar Pad Buccal Vestibule Buccal Frenum Labial Frenum Labial Vestibule Herbert Frick ICDE
  55. 55. Setting up of front teeth
  56. 56. “the ideal artificial tooth should be a reflection of its natural model”
  57. 57. “the key to esthetics lies in asymmetry”
  58. 58. •PE – Perleffect = add a bluish iridescent effect which increase light reflection
  59. 59. 1. Model Analysis Herbert Frick ICDE
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  64. 64. Setting up of the back teeth Herbert Frick ICDE
  65. 65. Three different cusp angles Deep Overbite Normal Bite Cross Bite
  66. 66. Tooth position and modelling of surfaces are done in such a way that the denture can be functionally inserted without interfering with the balance of tongue , cheeks and lip muscles Herbert Frick ICDE
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  68. 68. Contact to the template with SR Orthotyp Herbert Frick ICDE
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  73. 73. Front and lateral view of the complete Wax-up Herbert Frick ICDE
  74. 74. SR Ivocap injection method Herbert Frick ICDE
  75. 75. Components of the SR Ivocap Herbert Frick ICDE
  76. 76. Advantages of injecting plastic High impact heat curing polymer Compensation of polymerization shrinkage No raised bites No porosities Excellent bond to denture teeth (PMMA) Homogeneous qualitiy of the material Herbert Frick ICDE
  77. 77. Benefit of injecting plastic Spherical Deformation of Acrylic During Conventional Processing Herbert Frick ICDE Conventional plastic is susceptible to chemical shrinkage during processing which creates dimensional instability (warpage, shrinkage) and movement of teeth
  78. 78. Upper and lower wax dentures in injection flasks Herbert Frick ICDE
  79. 79. Filling injection flasks with dental stone Herbert Frick ICDE
  80. 80. Opening the upper and lower flask after wax heating Herbert Frick ICDE
  81. 81. Boiled-out upper and lower injection flasks Herbert Frick ICDE
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  83. 83. Injecting the plastic Herbert Frick ICDE
  84. 84. Injection Process Herbert Frick ICDE
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  86. 86. Injection flask in a 98 °C water bath under 6 bar pressure to harden plastic Herbert Frick ICDE
  87. 87. Schematic diagram of the injection method Herbert Frick ICDE
  88. 88. Polymerized dentures replaced in the articulator Herbert Frick ICDE
  89. 89. Herbert Frick ICDE
  90. 90. Completed upper and lower dentures Herbert Frick ICDE
  91. 91. Herbert Frick ICDE
  92. 92. Further Patient Cases solved with this System
  93. 93. Profile of the patient with the old and new denture Herbert Frick ICDE
  94. 94. before after
  95. 95. Cross bite
  96. 96. The objective of our efforts More satisfied BPS patients

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