Description

In this pre-clinical laboratory course: the terminology, nomenclature, theories, principles, concepts and basic techniques necessary for fabricating of removable complete denture and partial denture service will be presented. The course is designed to prepare the student to understand the biological, esthetic and mechanical aspects of removable complete and partial dentures. Correlation of basic science concepts as related to clinical conditions will be stressed. Also This course provides both didactic and practical experiences including the application towards diagnosis and treatment planning for fixed restorations.

There is use of many clinical skills acquired in other areas that are applicable to the preparation of abutment teeth and construction of prostheses. The treatment procedures will be directed towards longevity of fixed restorations and supporting structures entailing critical concern about accuracy of techniques as well as preservation and prevention. Included in the course will be advanced abutment preparation, designing of bridges, temporization, impression techniques, cementation, and maintenance.

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