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A technique for making complete maxillary immediate denture impressions has been described. With this procedure impressions of the edentulous area and remaining dentition can be made in sections and they can be removed from the mouth joined together.
This technique aids the dentist in obtaining stable removable partial dentures. Failure to fill the space between the tissue stops of the retention mesh and the dental cast with cold-cure acrylic resin may result in the distortion and displacement of the removable partial denture framework during processing.
A technique has been described for making a dental cast utilizing the patient's natural dentition. This procedure can be used for making a permanent record for any immediate denture patient. The dental cast with natural teeth, rather than stone teeth, has the advantage of serving as an excellent esthetic guide when the immediate denture is to be remade.