Process of setting up a full denture
For the first time, the doctor carefully examined the mouth and then gnawed the teeth (first mold).
The second time, according to the model taken out of the initial mold, the individual trays are again bitten (fine mold), and the impression must be clear and complete, the length is appropriate, the position of the strap is accurate, and the adsorption force is strong.
For the third time, the correct jaw position should be determined for the patient at the time of the visit and the appropriate artificial teeth should be selected. Because the teeth in the "fangless" disease population are all missing, the mandible is in a free state.
Therefore, under the guidance of a doctor, a self-curing plastic base or a waxing levee must be used as a substitute to help the patient retrieve the position of the original upper and lower jaw (positive middle sac) on the truss.
On this basis, select artificial teeth of appropriate color, size and shape, and arrange the anterior teeth in the sick population, so as to make the patient satisfied with the midline of the teeth, the fullness of the lips, and the height of the face.
The fourth time, the doctor was trying to wear a full denture. At this time, the denture was only a prototype, but it was only a wax type. The front and rear teeth were arranged on the base with wax. The base reaches the size, shape and thickness requirements, and the diseased population is reviewed again for the lower third of the height, the upper and lower teeth occlusion, the fullness of the face and the position of the teeth.
If there is no abnormality, it can be sent to the laboratory, and the process of boxing, filling, boiling, polishing, etc. is finally completed. The short tooth loss time, the alveolar ridge is full, and the surface coverage mucosa thickness is moderate.
Patients with full dentures must be impressed with the number of visits. Indeed, the repair of complete dentures is more complicated, from the first clinical visit to the final completion of the denture, in the population, usually patients need to see 4 to 5 times, because most of the work needs to be completed within the patient population.