Making an alternative occlusal splint.

  • Hyeona Lim
  • Published 1992 in The Journal of prosthetic dentistry


An occlusal splint is commonly used in the diagnosis and management of temporomandibular disorders. In a partially edentulous patient a poorly adapted removable partial denture can prevent the use of a conventional occlusal splint. This article describes the fabrication of an occlusal splint that also incorporates a provisional removable partial denture. 


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