The treatment of an edentulous patient with dentures is aprocedure that the dental student is more likely to face in his orher clinical experiences. A treatment plan is presented and a possibleproblem is discussed. The student will then be able to select whichof the alternate methods of treatment is best for the patient. In thetreatment plan and patient history, the student will be able toidentify the defect in the edentulous state and the future need forremovable dentures as a treatment alternative. Therefore, this bookis a valuable tool for the dental student and patient in thediagnosis and treatment of the edentulous patient.
There is a treatment chart for conventional dentures,which is useful to ease the student into a realistic view of thedentist's treatment planning, but then the alternate treatments arealso included for the student to compare the two methods ofprosthetic treatment. All of the patients' records are presentedas a sequential therapy, which is helpful to the student whois a little more experienced than the beginning student. The lastchapter describes the treatment of the patient with completeprostheses, which is a step by step approach so that the dental studentgets a better view of how the patient receives a complete setof dentures.
Chapter 12 deals with the edentulous state and the procedures andfactors in the diagnosis of the patient with respect to his/herability to wear dentures. It includes a discussion of the effect ofmicrostomia and micrognathia on upper and lower edentulousness,and the effects of trismus on either edentulousness, and thesignificance of angulation of the residual ridges with respect to theability of the patient to wear dentures.
Chapter 14 deals with the treatment plan for edentulous patients.It includes a discussion of the procedures for assessing the patient'sability to wear conventional dentures, including a briefdiscussion of the advantages and disadvantages of the dentures aswell as the type of dentures to be fabricated.
Chapter 13 discusses diagnosis of the patient with respect to his/herability to wear dentures, and the procedures for evaluation of theexisting dentition that are required to make an informed decisionabout the treatment of the patient.
The chapters, 12 through 21, relate to patient treatment withcomplete dentures. Each section of the book includes the text of therelevant topics, a summary of the main points, discussion of a varietyof clinical cases, and a summary of the suggested treatment.
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