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The use of implanted and opposing magnets has been reviewed. A technique for the use of implanted magnets in the roots of endodontically treated teeth to aid the retention of overdentures has been described.
This article describes a technique for making a claspless interim removable partial denture that can quickly and easily be made in the dental office. The unnecessary undercuts are eliminated by use of a block-out putty without the need for duplication of the cast. The prosthesis can be inserted with minimum adjustments.
This article describes a preliminary impression technique for edentulous patients with microstomia. Stock impression trays are modified to make sectional impressions of the left and right sides of the maxillary arch. The cast poured into the first impression is positioned in the second impression, which is then poured to make the diagnostic cast.
The abutment of an existing removable partial denture may require a crown restoration. Fabrication of a provisional restoration to fit the existing clasp assembly requires special consideration. This article presents a simple technique for fabrication of such provisional restorations. An alginate impression is made of the arch with the removable partial… (More)
A technique for using flowable composite resin for making interocclusal records in cases involving fixed prosthodontics is described. The precise relation of maxillary and mandibular casts is an essential step in developing accurate occlusion in fixed prosthodontics. This technique consists of direct intraoral fabrication of transfer copings and an… (More)