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The conventional fabrication of complete dentures involves two separate clinical sessions for functional impression making and jaw registration. The presented method combines both procedures in one session. The aim of this study was to survey the three-dimensional tooth positions in complete dentures with reference to the ridges to establish arbitrary(More)
High oral perception is thought to contribute to poor adaptation to new dentures. The aim of this study was to evaluate the oral stereognosis and tactile sensibility in edentate subjects and relate these to patient age and capability of adaptation to new prostheses. A total of 67 patients were provided with new complete dentures 2-3 weeks before the(More)
In a dentate subject a jaw relation can either be determined in maximum intercuspation and is as such given by the occlusal morphology, or the mandibular position can be allocated according to the centric position of the condyles. For comprehensive restorative treatment or analytic measures of the occlusion it is important to record the centric condylar(More)
  • K H Utz
  • 1996
The present study aims to investigate changes in the occlusion of complete dentures after their insertion. A total of 85 edentulous patients were provided with new complete dentures. Their individual hinge axes were determined using mechanical axiography and the upper finished dentures were transferred by facebows to Dentatus articulators. The lower(More)
In 21 complete denture wearers, six upper and 15 lower denture relines were performed with the open-mouth technique. The centric relation (CR) was recorded with the Central-Bearing-Point (CBP) method three times before and three times after the reline. For each registration, the right and left condylar position was recorded in three dimensions using a(More)
The habitual intercuspation is used ubiquitous for manufacturing small dental restorations. However, a little is known on its precision. The aim of the present study was therefore to investigate the unambiguity and accuracy of the habitual occlusion in mounted plaster casts from fully dentate persons. Eighty-one fully dentate volunteers, 36 women and 45 men(More)
In an in vitro study the adhesive strength of sand-blasted castings (gold alloy) was tested on human teeth prepared and finished in different ways. For cementation we used two glass ionomer and one phosphate cement. On the surfaces treated with carbide finishing instruments the force required for separating the crown from the tooth was about 1.9 N/mm2 for(More)
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