Archive for January, 2012

Placement of Temporary Resilient Liners (Tissue Conditioners)

Placement of Temporary Resilient Liners (Tissue Conditioners) Tissue conditioners provide one of the easiest means of improving the health of the denture foundation tissues. These materials are also one of the most abused in the dental office. It is often presumed that the mere presence of a temporary resilient liner will resolve any mucosal problem. […]

January 18, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Tissue Conditioning Treatment Protocols

Tissue Conditioning Treatment Protocols All patients requiring tissue conditioning: 1. Clean denture for patient (ultrasonic and cleanser) 2. Educate the patient concerning the condition and home care – brushing denture – oral hygiene – brush, massage tissues – tissue rest – 8 hrs./day – tissue rest – 24 hours prior to final impressions Patients should […]

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Techniques Of Tissue Conditioning For Complete Denture Patient

Techniques Of Tissue Conditioning For Complete Denture Patient 1. Oral hygiene – Plaque causes inflammation and edema – Demonstrate how to brush all denture surfaces – Have patient massage tissues with a soft tooth brush twice a day – morning/night; begin with 30 seconds and increase to 2 minutes. 2. Tissue Rest Lytle (JPD, 7:27, […]

January 18, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Making of diagnostic Casts

Making of diagnostic Casts Pouring a Model 1. Weigh powder, measure water 2. Vacuum mix (less time, stronger cast) 3. Use a two pour technique 4. Modulate speed of pouring by tilting back and forth or pressing the tray more firmly onto the vibrator 5. Make sure the model is moist during trimming soak in […]

January 18, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Making the Impression of edentulous patient and possible problems

Making the Impression of edentulous patient and possible problems  Making the Impression 1. Select a 12 cc. disposable syringe, cut off the tip to provide at least a 5 mm orifice (Syringes can be sterilized and reused several times) 2. Vaseline the syringe plunger – this is particularly important if syringes have been sterilized 3. […]

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Patient preparation for primary impression

Patient preparation for primary impression Patient preparation 1. Practice placing and removing the tray so dentist and patient are better prepared 2. Dry the mucosa with gauze – don’t let patient close until the impression is made. Otherwise, dry the tissues again. 3. Mark the vibrating line prior to making preliminary and final impressions. The […]

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Primary / Preliminary Edentulous Impressions

Primary / Preliminary Edentulous Impressions – Tray Selection In order to make accurate edentulous impressions for the purpose of making dentures, a custom tray is required to more accurately adapt to the patient’s mouth. In the reference to complete dentures, it is particularly importantly to accurately capture the vestibular tissue anatomy, in order to create […]

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Instructions to a complete denture Patient

Instructions to a complete denture Patient Limitations of Dentures – Dentures are less efficient than natural teeth – Some people can eat all foods easily, but these are the exception – Generally the better the ridge form, the less problems are encountered. Patients with minimal ridges should be advised that their dentures will likely move […]

January 18, 2012 | 0 Comments More

1st International & 2nd National Orthodontic Conference in Bangladesh

1st International & 2nd National  Orthodontic Conference in Bangladesh Venue: LGED Conference , Agargaon, Dhaka, Bangla Date : 27th to 28th of January 2012, Dhaka, Bangladesh Confirmed International speakers: 1. Prof Roberto Justus, President WFO, Mexico 2. Dr. Loh Kai Woh, PresidentAPOS, Singapore 3. Dr.Johny Liaw, Vice President Taiwan (TAO) 4. Prof Nikhilesh R Void, […]

January 18, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Pulpectomy method : step by step

Pulpectomy method : step by step : 1. Although local anaesthesia is usually not required, as the pulp is non-vital, there may be remnants of vital, inflamed tissue in the apical 1-3mm of the canal which may be sensitive. Furthermore, the tooth may be tender because of apical inflammation. 2. Rubber dam is required. 3. […]

January 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More
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