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SDS 211 - Introduction to Dentures (Removable and Complete Dentures)

COURSE OUTLINE

A. Complete Dentures Lectures

1 Introduction to Prosthodontics and Course Outline

2 Oral anatomy in relation to complete denture prosthodontics

3 Principles of complete denture prosthodontics

4 Stock impression trays and construction of diagnostic casts

5 Custom impression trays and construction of master casts

6 Mandibular positions and jaw relations

7 Record blocks and jaw relation terminology for the edentulous patient

8 An introduction to articulators

9 Arrangement of anterior teeth

10 Arrangement of posterior teeth

11 Complete denture wax-up and flasking procedure

12 Deflasking of complete denture, lab remount

13 Rules of selective grinding and finishing, and polishing of the complete dentures

14 Denture repairs

Lecture #1: Introduction to Prosthodontics and Course Outline. [Reference: Textbook of

Complete Dentures, Chapter (19), pp. 407]

a. Introduction to the Course

b. Terminology of prosthodontic terms

c. Differences between natural and artificial dentition?

d. Objectives of complete denture prosthodontics

Lecture #2: Oral Anatomy in Relation to Complete Dentures Construction. [Ref. Textbook of

Complete Dentures, Chapter (1) pp. 1-6 & Chapter (8) pp. 223-225]

a. Anatomical landmarks common to both maxillary and mandibular arches.

b. Maxillary and anatomical landmarks

c. Mandibular anatomical landmarks

d. Primary stress-bearing areas

e. Secondary stress-bearing areas

f. Relief areas

g. Valve seal areas

h. Posterior palatal seal

Lecture #3: Principles for Complete Denture Prosthodontics. [Ref. Handout]

a. Parts of the complete denture

b. Denture retention and denture stability

c. What are the displacing forces?

d. What are the retaining forces available to counteract displacement?

 

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Lecture #4: Stock impression trays, and construction of diagnostic casts. [Ref.: Dental

Laboratory Procedures, Chapter (2)]

a. Definition of trays

b. Types of impression trays

c. Requirements of an ideal impression tray

d. Stock impression trays (classification and modification)

e. Preliminary impressions

1. Definition

2. Materials used for

3. Pouring the preliminary impressions (double-pour technique)

4. Trimming of diagnostic casts

Lecture #5: Custom impression trays and construction of master casts. [Ref.: Dental

Laboratory Procedures, Chapters (3) & (4)].

a. Custom (special or individual) trays

i) Impression tray materials

ii) Close-fitting vs. spaced custom trays

b. Technique of construction of autopolymerizing acrylic trays (finger-adapted dough

method)

c. Border molding and making final impressions

d. Materials used for making final impressions

e. Boxing final impressions

i) Wax boxing method

ii) Plaster of paris and pumice boxing method

f. Pouring final impressions and trimming of master cats

g. Indexing of master casts

Lecture #6: Mandibular positions and jaw relations. [Ref.: Chapter 2; Fundamentals of

Occlusion. In Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics, 3rd ed. By Shillingburg, HT.

Quintessence Books]

a. Mandibular movements in the frontal sagittal and horizontal planes.

b. Anatomic determinants of mandibular movements.

c. Mechanics of tooth contact relationships.

Lecture #7: Record blocks and jaw relation terminology for the edentulous patient. [Ref.:

Dental Laboratory Procedures, Chapter (5)]

a. Baseplates (Record bases)

i) Requirements

ii) Baseplate materials

iii) Technique of construction of autopolymerizing acrylic resin baseplate

(sprinkle-on technique)

b. Occlusion Rims

i) Guidelines drawn on the master casts

ii) Construction and specifications of maxillary occlusion rims.

iii) Construction and specifications of mandibular occlusion rims

iv) Uses of the record blocks

c. Maxillomandibular relation terminology for the edentulous patient

 

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Lecture #8: Introduction to Articulators. [Ref.: Textbook of Complete Dentures, Chapter (3), pp.

59-106 & 79-85]

a. Definition

b. Requirements

c. Types of articulators

i) Simple hinge articulators

ii) Mean-value articulators (Bonwill Triangle)

iii) Adjustable articulators

· Semi-adjustable articulators

· Fully-adjustable articulators

· Arcon and Non-arcon articulators

iv) Hanau articulator (Parts and Adjustments)

Lecture #9: Arrangement of Anterior Teeth. [Ref.: Dental Laboratory Procedures, Chapter (8) pp.

223-236]

a. Position of teeth in relation to the alveolar ridge

b. Labiolingual inclination

c. Mesiodistal inclination

d. Rotation of teeth and arch form

e. Vertical overlap and horizontal overlap

f. Incisal guidance

i) Definition

ii) Adjustment

Lecture #10: Arrangement of Posterior Teeth. [Ref.: Dental Laboratory Procedures, Chapter (8), pp.

260]

a. Relation of teeth to the ridge crest of the master casts

b. The orientation of the teeth

i) Axial inclinations of upper anterior teeth

ii) Axial inclinations of lower posterior teeth

c. The neutral zone

d. Balanced occlusion

i) Definition

ii) Factors affecting Balanced Occlusion

iii) Advantages of Balanced Occlusion

iv) Obtaining Balanced Occlusion with anatomic denture teeth

Lecture #11: Complete denture wax-up and flasking procedure. [Ref.: Textbook of Complete

Dentures, Chapter (17), pp. 373-380]

a. Waxing-up the trial denture

i) Objectives

ii) Requirements of the polished surface

iii) Stippling the waxed-up denture

b. Flasking of complete dentures

i) Flasking procedure

ii) Application of separating medium

iii) Mixing the acrylic resin

iv) Packing the acrylic resin

v) Trial packing

vi) Processing of dentures – curing cycles

Lecture #12: Deflasking of complete dentures and lab remount. [Ref.: Textbook of Complete

Dentures, Chapter (17), pp. 380-384]

a. Flask ejector

b. Removing the mold for the flask

c. Removing the denture and cast for the mold

d. Reasons of faulty occlusion in complete dentures

e. Laboratory remounting

 

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Lecture #13: Rules of selective grinding, finishing, and polishing of the dentures. [Ref.:

Textbook of Complete Dentures, Chapter (18), pp. 389-400]

a. Establish the occlusal vertical dimension in centric

b. Refine the occlusion in eccentric positions

i) on the working side

ii) on the balancing side

iii) protrusive balance

c. Preparation of the remount index

d. Denture recovery

e. Finishing and polishing of the denture

f. Preparation of remount casts

g. Mounting the maxillary remount cast and denture by the aid of the remount index

Lecture #14: Denture Repairs. [Ref.: Dental Laboratory Procedures, Chapter (13) & Handout]

a. Causes of denture fracture

b. Midline fracture of the mandibular denture

c. Midline fracture of the maxillary denture

d. Repair of a denture flange

e. Repair of post-palatal seal

f. Repair of fracture denture tooth or teeth

 

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B. Removable Partial Dentures

No. Topics

1 An introduction to Removable Partial Dentures

2 Components and functions of a removable partial denture

3 Classification of partially edentulous arches

4 Surveying of partially edentulous casts

5 Abutment teeth preparation

(I. Posterior teeth preparation)

6 Abutment teeth preparation

(II. Anterior teeth preparation)

7 Direct retainers (General considerations) &

Suprabulge Direct Retainers

8 Infrabulge Direct Retainers

9 Indirect Retention

10 Major connectors (General considerations)

Mandibular Major Connectors and Minor Connectors

11 Maxillary Major Connectors

12 Designing RPD and Writing the Laboratory Work Authorization

13 Laboratory Procedures for Making a Conventional RPD

14 Denture bases and teeth for RPD

Lecture #1: Introduction to Removable Partial Dentures. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial

Prosthodontics, Chapter (1), pp. 1-7 & Chapter (12) pp. 251-258]

a. Epidemiology and patterns of tooth loss.

b. Types of removable partial dentures

c. Indications for fixed restorations

d. Indications for removable partial dentures

Lecture #2: Components and functions of a removable partial denture. [Ref.: McCracken’s

Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (5), pp. 35-39 & 58-67; Chapter (12) pp.

227-232]

a. The major components of a conventional removable partial denture

b. Importance of diagnostic casts

Lecture #3: Classification of partially edentulous arches. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial

Prosthodontics, Chapter (3), pp. 19-23]

a. Requirements of an acceptable method of RPD classification

b. Kennedy classification of partially edentulous arches

c. Applegate’s modification for the Kennedy classification

d. Tooth-supported vs distal-extension partial dentures

Lecture #4: Surveying of partially edentulous casts. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial

Prosthodontics, Chapter (11), pp. 197-215]

a. Definition and objectives of surveying

b. The component parts of a surveyor (Ney surveyor)

c. Uses of the surveyor

d. Tripoding the casts

e. Step-by-step procedure of surveying the diagnostic cast

f. Factors that determine the path of insertion

 

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Lecture #5: Abutment teeth preparation (I. Posterior teeth preparation).

a. Definition and functions of guide planes

b. Preparation of guide planes

i) Guide planes on abutment teeth adjacent to tooth-supported edentulous

areas

ii) Guide planes on abutment teeth adjacent to distal extension areas

c. Definition of a rest

d. Rest seat preparation

i) Functions of rests

ii) Requirements of rests

iii) Occlusal rest (mesial & distal and long occlusal rest)

Lecture #6: Abutment teeth preparation (II. Anterior teeth preparation). [Ref.: McCracken’s

Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (6), pp. 77-95] & Chapter (14) pp. 296-297.

1. Guide planes on anterior teeth

2. Rests on anterior teeth

a. Cingulum rests

i) Inverted “V” rests

ii) Ball rests

iii) Ledges (mesial and distal)

b. Incisal rests

3. Recontouring

i) Definition

ii) Reasons for recontouring

4. Dimpling

Lecture #7: Direct Retainers. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (7), pp.

97-123]

a. Intra-coronal direct retainers

b. Extra-coronal direct retainers

i) Basic requirements of clasps

ii) Factors that determine the amount of retention provided by a particular

clasp arm

iii) Classification of extra-coronal direct retainers

iv) Suprabulge Direct Retainers

i) Types of suprabulge direct retainers

ii) Indications

Lecture #8: Direct Retainers. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (7), pp.

123-132]

· Infrabulge Direct Retainers.

a. Rules that apply to bar-type clasps

b. Advantages of bar-clasps

c. Indications of bar claps

d. Contraindications of bar claps

e. Types of bar clasps

f. RPI system

g. RPC system

h. Comparison between supra and infrabuldge direct retainers

Lecture #9: Indirect Retainers. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (8),

pp. 143-151]

a. Definition

b. Principles of indirect retention

c. Ideal location of the indirect retainer

d. Factors influencing the effectiveness of an indirect retainer

e. Forms of indirect retainers

 

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Lecture #10: Major Connector I. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (5),

pp. 35-48 & 58-62]

a. General Considerations

· Definition of a major connector

· General characteristics of major connectors

· Location of major connectors

b. Mandibular Major Connectors

· Types of mandibular major connectors

· Indications and contra-indications of each type of major connectors

c. Minor Connectors

· Functions of the minor connectors

· Form and location of minor connectors

· External and internal finish lines

Lecture #11: Major Connectors II. [Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (5),

pp. 48-73]

a. Types of maxillary major connectors

b. Indications of ruse o f each type of major connectors

Lecture #12: Designing of removable partial denture and lab prescription or work authorization.

[Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (10), pp. 173-190]

a. Designing RPD

i) Factors determining the selection of a major connector

ii) Factors determining the selection of a particular clasp type

iii) Clasps used for tooth-supported vs those for tooth-tissue supported RPD

iv) Selection of a denture base for tooth-supported vs tooth tissue supported

RPD

v) Step-by-step procedure to design an RPD

b. Laboratory Work Authorization

i) Purpose

ii) Contents

iii) Requirements

Lecture #13: Laboratory procedures of making a conventional removable partial denture.

[Ref.: McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (18), pp. 377-425]

a. Drawing the RPD design on the master cast

b. Beading the master cast

c. Wax blockout of the master cast

d. Duplication and construction of a refractory cast

e. Waxing-up the metal framework on the refractory cast

f. Spruing

g. Investing

h. Burnout of wax pattern

i. Metal casting

j. Finishing and polishing the metal framework

 

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Lecture #14: Denture base and teeth for removable partial dentures. (Ref. McCracken’s

Removable Partial Prosthodontics, Chapter (9) pp. 153-168, Textbook of Complete

Dentures, Chapter (12), pp. 317-319).

a. Denture bases

i) Definition

ii) Types of denture base

iii) Acrylic resin denture bases – indications

iv) Acrylic resin denture bases – Advantages and Disadvantages

v) Metal denture bases – indications

vi) Metal denture bases – advantages and disadvantages

b. Artificial Teeth

i) Anatomic teeth – advantages and disadvantages

ii) Non-anatomic teeth – advantages and disadvantages

iii) Acrylic teeth advantages and disadvantages

iv) Tube teeth - advantages and disadvantages

v) Metal pontics

vi) Acrylic teeth with gold occlusals

 

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Pre-Clinical Complete Dentures

DIDACTIC COMPONENT (1 hour)

Lecture Week Date Lecture Topic Lecturer

1 1st 9-09-07 Introduction to Prosthodontics and discussion of

the course outline (H1 1-9)

Dr. Hassaballa

2 2nd 11-09-07 Oral anatomy in relation to complete denture

Prosthodontics (H1 17-29)

Dr. Hassaballa

3 3rd 16-09-07 Principles of complete denture Prosthodontics (H1

29-32)

Dr. Hassaballa

4 3rd 30-09-07 Stock impression trays and construction of

diagnostic casts (H1 51-63)

Dr. Hassaballa

5 4th 21-10-07 Custom impression trays and construction of

master casts (H1 65-86)

Dr. Hassaballa

6 5th 23-10-07 Mandibular positions and jaw relations (H1 111-

115)

Dr. Tashkandi

7 6th 28-10-07 Record blocks and jaw relation terminology for the

edentulous patients (H1 105-122)

Dr. Farraj

8 7th 04-11-07 An introduction to articulators (H1 123-130)

Dr. Hassaballa

9 8th 11-11-07 Arrangement of anterior teeth (H1 165-173)

Dr. Hassaballa

10 9th 18-11-07 Arrangement of posterior teeth (H1 173-182)

Dr. Hassaballa

10th 25-11-07 1st Assessment (Didactic)

11 11th 09-12-07 Complete denture wax-up & flasking procedure

(H1 193-212)

Dr. Hassaballa

12 12th 6-01-08 Deflasking of dentures (H1 215-220)

Dr. Hassaballa

13 13th 12-01-08 Principles of selective grinding & polishing of the

dentures (H1 220-229)

Dr. Hassaballa

14 14th 19-01-07 Denture repairs (H1 249-262)

Dr. Hassaballa

15th 26-01-07 2nd Assessment (Didactic)

READING REFERENCES:

H1 Hassaballa & Talic H2 Rahn & Heartwell

R1 Morrow-Rudd-Eismann (Volume I)

 

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Pre-Clinical Complete Dentures

PRACTICAL COMPONENT

WEEK DATE LABORATORY EXERCISE

1st

9-09-07 Orientation, Assignment of Instructors & Issuing of Instruments

11-09-07

Demonstration: Preliminary impression making.

Impression pouring with double pour technique & trimming of diagnostic

casts> (R1 9-25) (H1 50-63)

2nd

16-09-07

Demonstration: Construction of custom trays with wax spacers & stops +

(RPD trays to be shown).

Student Work: Construction of custom trays with wax spacers and stops for

maxillary casts. (R1 26-55) (H1 65-77)

18-09-07

Student Work: Construction of custom trays with wax spacer and stops for

mandibular casts.

3rd

30-09-07

Demonstration: Boxing and pouring of final impressions. (H1 81-86)

Demonstration: Preparation of baseplates (record bases).

Student Work : "do"

02-10-07

Student Work : Preparation of baseplates (record bases)

completion and finishing. (H1 87-96)

4th

21-10-07

Demonstration: Construction of occlusion rims + (Temporary RPD record

blocks to be shown). (R1 90-145) (H1 105-110)

23-10-07

Student Work : "do"

Completion of wax maxillary and mandibular occlusion rims.

5th

28-10-07 1st Practical Assessment (Construction of custom trays)

30-10-07

Demonstration: Face-bow transfer, mounting of maxillary & mandibular casts

on Hanau articulator. (H1 130-131 & 143-147)

6th

04-11-07 Student Work : Face-bow transfer and mounting the maxillary cast.

06-11-07 Student Work : Mounting the mandibular cast (R1 - 147) (H1 147-149)

7th

11-11-07

Demonstration: Arrangement of maxillary anterior teeth.(R1 223-236) (H1 165-

169)

Student Work : "do"

13-11-07

Demonstration: Arrangement of mandibular anterior teeth and setting of

incisal guidance. (H1 169-173)

Student Work : "do"

 

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Pre-Clinical Complete Dentures

PRACTICAL COMPONENT (Cont'd)

WEEK DATE LABORATORY EXERCISE

8th

18-11-07

Demonstration: Arrangement of maxillary posterior teeth. (R1 237-248) (H1

173-178)

Student Work: "do"

20-11-07 Student Work : Completion of the arrangement of maxillary posterior teeth.

9th

25-11-07 Demonstration: Arrangement of mandibular posterior teeth.

27-11-07

Student Work: Completion of arrangement of mandibular posterior teeth

arrangement.

10th

02-12-07

Student Work: Completion of arrangement of teeth and development of

balanced occlusion.

04-12-07 2nd Practical Assessment (Construction of Record Bases)

11th

09-12-07

Demonstration : Waxing-up of maxillary and mandibular dentures.

Student Work: "do"

11-12-07 Student Work: Completion of waxing-up of dentures.

12th

30-12-07

Demonstration: Flasking the maxillary denture.

Student Work : "do"

1-01-08

Demonstration: Flasking the mandibular denture.

Student Work : "do"

13th

6-01-08

Demonstration: Wax elimination and packing of the acrylic resin.

Student Work : "do"

8-01-08

Demonstration: Deflasking and lab. remounting.

Student Work : "do"

14th

12-01-08

Demonstration: Occlusal adjustment and selective grinding.

Student Work : "do"

14-01-08

Demonstration: Finishing and polishing of dentures.

Student Work : "do"

15th

19-01-08 Demonstration: Denture repairs

21-01-08

Student Work : Preparation of record blocks and mounting maxillary and

mandibular casts for the 3rd Practical Assessment

 

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Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Dentures

DIDACTIC COMPONENT (1 hour)

Lecture Week Date Lecture Topic Lecturer

1

1st

17-02-08 Introduction to Removable partial dentures

Dr. Hassaballa

2 19-02-08

Parts of removable partial denture and their

functions

Dr. Hassaballa

3 2nd 24-02-08 Classification of partially edentulous arches Dr. Hassaballa

4 3rd 2-03-08 Surveying Dr. Hassaballa

5

4th

9-03-08

Abutment teeth preparation & master casts

a] Posterior teeth preparation

Dr. Hassaballa

6 11-03-08

Abutment teeth preparation & master casts

b] Anterior teeth preparation

Dr. Hassaballa

7 5th 16-03-08

Direct retainers (General considerations &

suprabulge direct retainers)

Dr. Hassaballa

8 6th 23-03-08 Infrabulge direct retainers Dr. Hassaballa

9 7th 30-03-08 Indirect retainers Dr. Farraj

10 8th 6-04-08

Major connectors (General considerations)

Mandibular major connectors & minor

connectors

Dr. Khalil

11 9th 20-04-08 Maxillary major connectors Dr. Khalil

12 10th 27-04-08 Designing RPD Dr. Al Baker

11th 3-05-08 3rd Assessment (Didactic)

13 12th 10-05-08

Laboratory procedure for making a metal

RPD

Dr. Al Baker

14 13th 17-05-08 Denture bases and teeth of RPD Dr. Farraj

 

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Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Denture

PRACTICAL COMPONENT

Date Lecture Lecturer Laboratory Exercise

1st

Week

17-02-08

19-02-08

Lecture #1

An Introduction to

Removable Partial

dentures

Dr. Hassaballa

1. Distribution of instruments.

2. Irreversible hydrocolloid impression of

ivorine jaw model.

3. Form diagnostic cast R3-pp 1,2,19

Lecture #2

Parts of RPD and their

functions

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration: Construction of custom tray

on the diagnostic cast.

Student Work: "do"

M. page 292-297

2nd Week

24-02-08

Lecture #3

Classification of partially

edentulous arches

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration: Surveying of cast #2.

Student Work : "do"

3rd PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT

(Arrangement of teeth for complete

dentures)

3rd

Week

02-03-08

Lecture #4

Surveying Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration: Preparation of rest seats

on posterior plaster teeth.

Student Work : "do"

Demonstration: Preparation of rest seats

on anterior plaster teeth.

Student Work : "do"

4th

Week

09-03-08

11-03-08

Lecture #5

Abutment teeth

preparation. Part I

Posterior teeth

preparation

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration

1. Surveying ivorine jaw model.

2. Preparation of guide planes on

posterior teeth.

Lecture #6

Abutment teeth

preparation. Part II

Anterior teeth preparation

Dr. Hassaballa

Student Work

Preparation of guide planes on posterior

teeth.

Reading References: M - McCracken

R3- Morrow, Rudd and Eissman

 

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Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Denture

PRACTICAL COMPONENT (Cont'd)

Date Lecture Lecturer Laboratory Exercise

5th

Week

16-03-08

Lecture #7

Direct retainers

(General considerations

& suprabulge direct

retainers)

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration. Preparation of

1. Embrasure rest seats

2. Long occlusal rest seats

3. Recontouring for clasps

Student Work

1. Embrasure rest seats

2. "do"

3. Recontouring for clasps

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration. Preparation of

1. Embrasure rest seats

2. Long occlusal rest seats

3. Recontouring for clasps

6th

Week

23-03-08

Lecture #8

Infrabulge direct

retainers

Dr. Hassaballa

Demonstration

Preparation of anterior rest

Student Work

"do"

Demonstration

Preparation of anterior rest seats on

ivorine teeth.

Student Work

Polishing of teeth.

7th

Week

30-03-08

Lecture #9

Indirect retainers

Dr. Farraj

Demonstration.

1. Final impression of the jaw model

with prepared teeth.

2. Pouring of master cast.

Student Work

Submission of master casts for grading.

Practicing rest seat preparation on

ivorine jaw model.

8th

Week

16-04-08

Lecture #10

Major connectors (Gen.

considerations)

mandibular major &

minor connectors

Dr. Khalil

4th Practical Assessment

(Guiding planes, rest seats and

recontouring)

Revision

 

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Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Denture

PRACTICAL COMPONENT (Cont'd)

Date Lecture Lecturer Laboratory Exercise

9th

Week

20-04-08

Lecture #11

Maxillary major

connectors

Dr. Khalil

Revision

Demonstration

1. Surveying, Designing & prescription

writing for cast #2.

Student Work

2. Surveying & designing and prescription

writing for cast #2 & #3.

10th

Week

27-04-08

Lecture #12

Designing RPD

Dr. Al Baker

Demonstration.

Surveying, designing and prescription writing

for casts #7 & #8.

Student Work:

"do"

11th

Week

03-05-08

3rd Assessment

(Didactic)

1. Demonstration: Wax block-out.

2. Demonstration in the main lab.

* duplication of master cast

* making the refractory cast

* waxing-up of RPD framework

* spruing

* investing

* casting

* finishing & polishing

Demonstration: Waxing-up of framework on

refractory cast #1.

12th

Week

10-05-08

Lecture #13

Laboratory

procedures for

making a metal RPD

Dr. Al Baker

Student Work:

1. Waxing-up of framework on refractory

cast #1.

2. Submission for grading.

Revision

 

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Pre-Clinical Removable Partial Denture

Practical component (Cont'd)

Date Lecture Lecturer Laboratory Exercise

13th

Week

17-05-08

Lecture #14

Denture base &

teeth of removable

partial dentures

Dr. Farraj

Demonstration

1. Students to be shown types of temporary

and cast RPD's

2. Preparation of record blocks for

conventional RPD.

3. Mounting and setting teeth for RPD

Student Work:

1. Preparation of record blocks for

conventional RPD.

2. Mounting and setting teeth for RPD.

14th

Week

5th Practical Assessment

(Spotting)

24-05-08 Student Work:

Preparation of mounted maxillary and

mandibular casts for final practical examination

(arrangement of teeth for complete Dentures).

15th

Week

31/05/08

Final Practical Examination

(The exact date to be arranged)

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