Prefabricated dentitions for complete-denture prosthodontics

Wu-qing Guo
January 1991
Quintessence International;Jan1991, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
A technique employed in China to simplify the fabrication of complete dentures is described. Prefabricated dentitions (an alignment of teeth en bloc with little denture base) are used instead of arranging individual teeth into an arch. This procedure can be performed intraorally without articulator mounting. It is economical and saves time. The results of clinical application of this technique are presented.


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