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Predictable Removable Partial Dentures

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Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

Do you resist making removable partial dentures? Let us change your opinion by showing you a faster, easier, and better technique that includes how to utilize implants for support! This video shows numerous techniques and concepts that will greatly improve your ability to make comfortable, predictable removable partial dentures that your patients will actually use with satisfaction. It includes modifications of many previous techniques as well as use of both conventional-diameter and “mini” implants. The subjects in the presentation are: preoperative considerations, impressions, planning the prosthesis, when implants are needed, all materials involved, developing optimum occlusion, and postoperative needs.  Removable partial dentures can be a satisfying and productive part of your practice!

This title is available in our Removable Prosthodontics Discount Package

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Table of Contents
  • History of Removable Partial Dentures
  • Alternatives for Removable Partial Dentures
  • Advantages of Using Implants with RPDs
  • Types of Implants for Use with RPDs
  • Innovative Treatment Plans
  • Kennedy Class I, II, III, and IV
  • Types of Attachments
  • RPDs as Transitional Treatment
  • RPDs as Final Treatment
  • Treatment Sequence for New RPD Using Implants
  • Diagnostic Appointment and Patient Education
  • Implant Placement
  • Appearance of Patient at 8 Years After Completion
  • Provisional Restoration after Implant Placement
  • Modification of Teeth and Occlusal Rests
  • Final Impressions
  • Framework Try-In
  • Centric Jaw Relation
  • Tooth Try-In
  • Seating RPD
  • Occlusal Considerations
  • Adjustment Appointments
  • Placing Implants under a Previously Functional RPD
  • Conclusion

Item #: V2551

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