49. Methods to accomplish these objectivesv Individual restorations, 28. Provide cross-arch reciprocation when possible. endobj The join the components of RPD - joins the saddles. 3. Explain the biomechanical classification of RPDs. Components of a Removable Partial Dentures Rests Direct retainers Major connector Minor connector Proximal plate Denture base connector Denture base Teeth That component of a removable partial denture used to prevent dislodgement, consisting of a clasp assembly or precision attachment 65. Describe the components of a clasp assembly and their individual functions. Describe the components of a clasp assembly and their individual functions. a. - RPD doesn’t usually improve function if minimal occlusal units present 2. true /ColorSpace 7 0 R /SMask 20 0 R /BitsPerComponent 8 /Filter /FlateDecode Why consider RPD’sClinical trials – Fixed vs Removable l 5 year followup l Removable vs fixed outcomes in Class I and Class II patients l RPD’s vs tooth and implant supported FPD’sResults l No periodontal differences at 5 years l Maintenance needs for RPD’s is greater Kapur et al, 1989 Budtz-Jorgenson et al, 1990, 42. Components of a Removable Partial Denturesv Restv Directretainersv Major connectorv Minor connectorv Restv Proximal platev Denture base connector Function:v Denture base Retain denturev Teeth base, 70. b. conditioning of the patient to accept the final prosthesis. Design specifications ; 1-Should have sufficient thickness for rigidity. Introduction and Basic Principles Ting Ling Chang and John Beumer III Division of Advanced Prosthodontics UCLA School of DentistryThis program of instruction is protected by copyright ©. While a rise of gingival inflammation at the marginal gingiva of the teeth in contact with the components of the RPD has been reported in a number of studies, others failed to find any difference at the gingival margin of the teeth that are in contact or not with the RPDs. The Future of RPD’s is Bright!v Aging populationv Fixed is not possible in many partially edentulous patientsv Osseointegrated implants are costly and as a result this service will be available to very few individualsv Very significant need, 30. Design an appropriate RPD framework and justify the choice of design. 2. Want it rigid, but not bulky. %��������� Direct retiners 5. 5. Rests 4. Methods to accomplish these objectives: v Pre prosthetic surgery vOrthognathic surgery to reposition posterior maxillary segment superiorly Courtesy Dr. T. Berg, 14. Removable partial dentures (RPD) will continue to be one of the primary methods used to restore missing dentition for the foreseeable future. A mandibular RPD was … ,i.e., retention on the facial or lingual of an abutment tooth on one side Major connectors 2. 49. 6. Lecture 5 in a course on creating removable prosthodontic appliances (dentures). 57. /Im2 13 0 R >> >> RPD around the anteroposterior fulcrum lines along the edentulous ridges. RPD Quality ControlDesign standards v Less than 5% of casts submitted to dental labs have designs v Less than 5% of casts submitted to dental labs have definable rests v In many studies significant numbers of RPD’s do not meet even half of the usual customary design standards v In one recent study, only 1/3 of the RPD’s were judged to be adequate, 40. 4. Sublingual bar. Antero posterior double palatal bar. stream Components of a Removable v Rest v Directretainers v Major connector v Minor connector v Proximal plate v Denture base connector Function: vProvide support v Denture base vUnite and stabilize the v Teeth remaining teeth in the arch, 64. %PDF-1.3 Functions ; 1- Transmit forces to the abutment teeth. Four components worth discussing within the RDP stack instance are the Multipoint Communication Service (MCSMUX), the Generic Conference Control (GCC), Wdtshare.sys, and Tdtcp.sys. stream Discussion: The technique garnered significant interest from the students and seemed to also increase their understanding of the steps involved in RPD fabrication as well as the different components of the RPD. occlusal morphology of tooth. Minor Connector - connects other components … 63. The load transfer characteristics of various RPD designs are important for best prognosis and longevity. f Extracoronal Direct Retainer. endstream 1. Rests. Parts- Maxillary – Palatal bar. Major Connectors. Components of a RPD ; Direct Retainers (Retention) - Rigidity of the material will determine the diameter of the clasp and undercut that is required. A major connector combines all other components of an RPD so that the partial denture acts as one unit. Success rates over 85% at 5 year followup Problem: vCost $3-5000 per sinus in the US, 47. She is 10 years post treatment and doing well. Difference in Prosthesis Support and Influence on Design. Limiting factors for placement of implants Posterior maxilla and mandiblel Pneumatized sinusl Presence of inferior alveolar nerve, 45. The Partially Edentulous Patient A turning point in the life of the dentitionv When teeth lack mesial or distal contacts the arch is unable to function as a unitv Loss of this arch integrity is the first step in a cycle that leads to arch disorganization and, continued loss of teeth and eventually edentulism Courtesy Dr. A. Davodi Courtesy Dr. T. Berg, 4. Major Connectors. Direct retainers. -Encirclement. RPD Indicationsv Age and healthv Attitude and desires of pt. Figure 3.17 . 5. Major Connectors. PLAY. Removable partial dentures (RPD) will continue to be one of the primary methods used to restore missing dentition for the foreseeable future. Interim denture (provisional; temporary): A denture used for a short interval of time to provide: a. esthetics, mastication, occlusal support and convenience. 16. 51. A typical partially edentulous patient – Goals v Replace missing posterior occlusion v Improve esthetics and function v Restore arch integrity v Provide proper stability (bracing), support and retention for the RPD Courtesy Dr. A. Davodi Courtesy Dr. A. Davodi, 9. Alloy compatible to oral tissue The Partially Edentulous PatientNatural progression of a dental arch in this condition v Loss of stability of individual teeth v Movement and tipping of teeth v Altered occlusal relationships and the plane of occlusion v Loss of vertical dimension v Unfavorable leverage forces on the individual teeth leading to further compromise of the periodontium Courtesy Dr. A. Davodi Courtesy Dr. A. Davodi, 7. Major connectors. Components of RPD. The parts of an RPD can be listed as follows (and are exemplified by the picture above): Major connector (The thick metal "U" in the RPD image above is a lingual bar, a … 1.1. *Removable Partial Dentures*Removable partial dentures provide the patient withmasticatory function equivalent to that obtained with animplant supported fixed partial dentures and thisshould treatment be offered to the patient beforegrafting is considered. x}WMo7�ﯘ�$���!�\[9M�ֶ"+-���@�kR��ns���箤�, �%93og�2_�=}%�_���gz�����.g/��/���e�auW�m�H�6Zo�������4��`4�Ne�'g��a�c(���!�'2t�B����kc���+�J��f �b��j��Q�SBYZ��ʎ���dM}qV 4 0 obj Methods to accomplish these objectives: Periodontal therapyAbutments adjacent to extension bases with compromisedperiodontal support may require special consideration: v Splinting of abutments when crown root ratios become unfavorable v Stabilization of multiple abutments with RPD framework v Attention to occlusion: Anterior guidance with centric only contact in the extension base region. Methods to accomplish these objectivesArch integrity has been restored with the rests and proximal plates of the RPD framework in a periodontally impaired residual dentition Courtesy Dr. T. Berg Courtesy Dr. T. Berg, 22. The four basic components involved in an RPD are the artificial teeth, the denture base, retainers, and connectors (Figure 3.17). UU��1���F����P�>�Lk9)��Hb��� iî�a~-:�0�;(:�|�jZ�If4S�*�6�Jȧ��� +���5���#���u$�ϯ9۰3�������FR U�_��U�j8}��9��A~�MfHt|���gV���6���4�i�Gi'M%��4�Of�:,�� p"Ԥ#��%8��hG���%����5l�U?������0B$��ڛw�h��|eI�v���a�p���ğV��ơ����4�\�Lf Classify the case according to the removable partial denture (RPD) Kennedy classification. 58. The Basic Principles of Removable Prosthodontics v Support v Stability (bracing) v RetentionOur goal is to provide these phenomenon for our removablepartial dentures within the physiologic limits of the remainingdentition and edentulous mucosal bearing surfaces. endstream 38. Patient Satisfaction – RPD’s Patient satisfaction l Review of 400 mandibular RPD’s provided by private dentists Results (Frank et al, 1998) l 74% satisfied with their RPD’s l 26% dissatisfied with their RPD’sThis a remarkable finding particularly when you consider that most RPD’s are improperly designed and fabricated. It is responsible for managing the Repository components (RPD components) for report generation. Objectives of treatment of the partially edentulousReorganize, stabilize and restore the integrity of thedental arches. vSuch grafts are subject to resorption particularly upon occlusal loading (relapse rate is 75%). << /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI ] /ColorSpace << /Cs1 7 0 R Even if successful onlay grafts to widen the site are almost always necessary 25% relapse rate. Complete palate-Mandibular- Lingual strap. Not impinge oral tissue. 59. Sinus Lift and Graft This procedure has shown good predictability, 46. 54. b. Methods to accomplish these objectives What is the role of endodontics? All definitive RPDs will have the following components: (1) a major connector, (2) several minor connectors, (3) two or more direct retainers, (4) one or more denture bases, and (5) one or more prosthetic teeth (Fig. Components of a Removable Partial Denturesv Restv Directretainersv Major connectorv Minor connectorv Restv Proximal platev Denture base connectorv Denture base That part of denture that rests onv Teeth the foundation tissues and to which the teeth are attached, 71. WK�w��=?C��-�!�ph&�3��4.�ɹJ����؛�/�_U��懜�5�QN8D�)���b7��T6��=A/�AR���$| h �SjS�8̏�0ĭFI� �*N�R�dV�J�˲�������ŴQ��F cPb�R�\�P��P��6o���E���,�e�|c�3*�u{��Z ��5�H���\�앉AvѦ��xHH�}��AͰ+Q�;�D��O�9�e9/c���*P濕K�z�j�t�$�c�;�!�(������� 6 0 obj 3. Components of RPDs 1. Implant supported prosthesis – most costly, closest replacement to natural dentition, (Bassi et al, 1996) What about implants? 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Four components worth discussing within the RDP stack instance are the Multipoint Communication Service (MCSMUX), the Generic Conference Control (GCC), Wdtshare.sys, and Tdtcp.sys. Components of a Removable Partial Denturesv Restv Directretainersv Major connectorv Minor connectorv Restv Proximal platev Denture base connectorv Denture basev Teeth, 72. v Visit ffofr.org for hundreds of additional lectures on Complete Dentures, Implant Dentistry, Removable Partial Dentures, Esthetic Dentistry and Maxillofacial Prosthetics.v The lectures are free.v Our objective is to create the best and most comprehensive online programs of instruction in Prosthodontics. Encajonamiento de la Impresion y Vaciar el Modelo. INDIRECT RETAINER- The component of rpd which assists the direct retainer in preventing displacement of distal extension base by acting through lever action on the opposite side of the fulcrum line when the denture moves away in pure rotation around the fulcrum line. distal abutments) or financial limitations.. RPD’s will be needed in the future l Numbers of patients continues to expand l Unmet needs continue to increase Implants will not replace RPD’s l 40 patients considered implant fixed partial dentures l Barriers to receiving implants l Economic concerns l Poor patient compliance l Patient satisfied with the RPD l Fearful or skeptical of the result l One patient received implants out of the 40 originally screenedProbably less than 3% of all partially edentulous patientsin the United States will be restored with implant therapy, 36. 1.4. Lingual bar. 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