Removable Partial Denture Design

Removable Partial Denture - this is sometimes used for patients that are missing some, not all of their teeth (partial), where a fixed prostheses is contraindicated, where cost doesn't allow or just a preference of the patient.

There are different ways to classify an edentulous mouth. The basics are:

Class I (bilateral free ended partially edentulous)
Class II (unilateral free ended partially edentulous)
Class III (unilateral bounded partially edentulous)
Class IV (bilateral bounded anterior partially edentulous), etc 
My design:



Classification: Class II, modification II


I will be making the actual prostheses some time in the future. Stay tuned.




7 comments:

Lydia Estrada said...

Hey! good job, thats what we're doing too but we start with the practice this friday. Let's see what happen :)

Lydia Estrada said...

Hey! good job, thats what we're doing too but we start with the practice this friday. Let's see what happen :)

Himesha said...

Loads of interesting facts to read here..Really nice..

Himesha said...

Loads of interesting facts to read here..Really nice..

Stu-DENT Patrice said...

Really? good luck Lydia, and thank you Dr. Himesha

Anonymous said...

hi i need every design for class 3 without any modification but with details (clasps_ rests_saddle_indirect retainer)

Richard C. Lambert said...

that periodic soaking in denture cleaner makes a huge difference in getting rid of those dark, yellow stains. I highly recommend it. georgia dental associates

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