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Removable Partial Dentures: A Clinician's Guide is a highly practical step-by-step guide to the diagnosis, treatment planning, and manufacture of removable partial prostheses. Through its systematic approach, the book demystifies the clinical practice of these procedures, providing the practitioner with essential information on this common modality for partially edentulous patients. This clinical manual offers easy-to-follow instruction on removable partial dentures, thoroughly outlining this technique in a practical format. Aimed at the new dental professional, Removable Partial Dentures provides key information for general dentists and prosthodontists.
Robert Renner, DDS, is Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Lily Garcia is a Past President of the American College of Prosthodontists and Chair of the the Department of Prosthodontics at the Unversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Table of Contents
The Need for Removable Partial Prosthodontics
Diagnosis of the Partially Edentulous Patient
Decision Making in RPD Design
Principles of Design
Kennedy Class I Analysis and Design
Kennedy Class II Analysis and Design
Kennedy Class III Analysis and Design
Kennedy Class IV Analysis and Design
Clinical Care of the Patient
Preparation of the Mouth to Receive an RPD
The Master Impression
Fitting the Framework
The Trial Appointment
Postinsertion Patient Care
Prosthesis Insertion and Maintenance
Repairs and Relines
Alternative Removable Partial Dentures
Acrylic Resin RPDs
Attachments for RPDs
Dental Implants in RPDs
Alternative RPD Designs
Geriatrics and Removable Partial Dentures
Clinical Patient Scenarios
Clinical Patient Scenario #1: Maxillary FPD and Mandibular Class II RPD with Survey Crowns
Clinical Patient Scenario #2: Maxillary Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I RPD with Runner Bar
Clinical Patient Scenario #3: Maxillary Full-Arch Reconstruction with Survey Crown and FPD and Class I Removable Partial Overdenture with Internal Attachment
Clinical Patient Scenario #4: Maxillary Immediate Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I Removable Partial Over denture with Natural Tooth Abutments
Clinical Patient Scenario #5: Maxillary Class III RPD and Mandibular Class III RPD
Clinical Patient Scenario #6: Maxillary Class II RPD and Mandibular ' Class IV Rotational Path RPD
Clinical Patient Scenario #7: Mandibular Class I Removable Partial Overdenture with Cast Metal Dowel and Coping Abutments
Clinical Patient Scenario #8: Full-Mouth Reconstruction with Mandibular Class III RPD
Clinical Patient Scenario #9: Maxillary Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I RPD
Clinical Patient Scenario #10: Maxillary Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I Acrylic Resin RPD with Labial Wrought Wire for Orthodontic Stabilization
Clinical Patient Scenario #11: Maxillary Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I RPD with Composite Resin to Restore and Maintain Occlusal Vertical Dimension
Clinical Patient Scenario #12: Maxillary Immediate Complete Denture and Mandibular Class I RPD with Composite Resin for Facial Surfaces and Cingulum Rest Seats
Clinical Patient Scenario #13: Full-Mouth Reconstruction with Mandibular Class II RPD
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