SECTION 24: Pattern Construction

Sowter, John B.
July 1986
Removable Prosthodontic Techniques;1986, p197
Book Chapter
Chapter 24 of the book "Removable Prosthodontic Techniques" is presented. It highlights the advantages of using preformed patterns in preparing partial denture framework patterns. It also mentions the recommended thickness of a maxillary major connector pattern. The types of wax used for filling the spaces, when preformed patterns are joined, are cited.


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