Clinical cases in prosthodontics pdf


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Clinical Cases In Prosthodontics Pdf

Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics Leila Jahangiri, B.D.S., D.M.D., Clinical Associate Professor and Chair Department of Prosthodontics. Wiley-Blackwells Clinical Cases series is designed to recognizethe centrality of clinical cases to the profession by providingactual cases with an academic. Download the Medical Book: Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics For Free. Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics PDF Dental Phobia, Dental Care, Dentistry, Clinic.

Each case begins with a short description of the initial patient presentation and the learning objectives and goals the subsequent case discussion will demonstrate. This is accompanied by relevant medical and dental histories, notes on extra-oral and soft tissue examination and a thorough list of clinical findings, all presented in bulleted from to facilitate ease of learning. Clinical decision making factors are then discussed in detail, well illustrated with multiple clinical photos showing progressive stages of treatment. Cases conclude with review questions and relevant literature citations supporting each answer. Ideal for practitioners and students alike, Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics is the ultimate resource linking evidence-based research to every-day application. Marjan Moghadam , D. Mijin Choi , D. Michael Ferguson , D. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Skip to Main Content. Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics Author s:

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Hellsing G. Functional adaptation to change in vertical dimension. Introduction of new material which gives life-like appearance to such prosthetic restorations e. However, in certain clinical scenarios, conventional acrylic resin prostheses are still the recommended options.

This report discuss clinical performance of two cases of prosthetic rehabilitation of the nasal component of the face secondary to resection due to malignancy and due to infections using external device retained maxillofacial prosthesis.

Main article text Introduction Defects of maxillofacial region can result from trauma, surgery, malignancies, congenital and acquired anomalies, infections and burns. The rehabilitation of these defects can be achieved either surgically, prosthetically or through a combination of both [1].

Restoration of large facial defects is a challenge both for the maxillofacial plastic surgeons and maxillofacial prosthodontists.

Prosthetic restoration of facial defect is a treatment of choice where surgical reconstruction is not possible. Pre-surgical records like photographs, mounted extra-oral casts and facial cast if available, could facilitate the fabrication of the prosthesis [2]. Prosthodontic results are limited by the materials used in the construction and fabrication of facial prostheses as success depends mainly on the physical and mechanical properties of the material used [3].

Materials commonly used for fabrication of facial prostheses are acrylic resins, acrylic copolymers, vinyl polymers, polyurethane elastomers and silicone elastomers, but none of them fulfill all the requirements for a satisfactory prosthesis [4].

Acrylic resin has advantages of color stability, remains serviceable for upto 2 years and can be relined if required. However, silicones remain the more widely used materials for facial restorations because of their good surface texture and hardness [5]. More recently, the use of tulle has shown improved edge strength in facial prostheses [6]. However, its use is limited due to its complexity, cost and non-availability at many centres [7].

Retention in facial prosthesis can be achieved by biocompatible adhesives, mechanically by engaging anatomical undercuts, attaching the prosthesis to the patient's eyeglasses, use of straps and head bands, magnets or Osseo integrated implant retained titanium screws.

Adhesives are the most commonly used materials for retention but the weight of larger prostheses may prohibit or limit their use [8].

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