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March 22, 2021 - Expires March 31, 2024

Dentures Are Not a Replacement for Teeth; They Are a Replacement for No Teeth

By Thomas Bilski, DDS
Commercial Supporter: GlaxoSmithKline

Providing dentures for dental patients perhaps may seem simple, but when the denture does not fit well and the patient is dissatisfied, the dentist is 100% responsible for this outcome. This article is a review of anatomical considerations and field judgements within the denture fabrication appointments.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify details from the intaglio side of the denture to the occlusal and incisal edges. ​
  • Understand the test phrases to use in order to identify and manage speech complications.
  • Recognize how to manage edentulism with alternatives for full-arch removable prosthetics (arch specific).

About the Author

Thomas M. Bilski, DDS
Private Practice
Independence, Ohio

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