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Principles of Removable Partial Denture Design

Principles of Removable Partial Denture Design

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Principles of Removable Partial DentureDesign
Echano, Alerie E.DMD-2B
 
5 principles to be considered during the fabrication ofremovable partial denture. They are:
The dentist must have a thorough knowledge ofboth mechanical and biologic factors involved inRPD design.
Treatment plan must be based on a completeexamination and diagnosis of the individualpatient.
A dentist must examine the existing oral conditionand do necessary modifications before designingRPD.
A RPD should restore form and function w/outinjury to the remaining oral structure.
A RPD is a form of treatment and not a cure.
 
FACTORS INFLUENCING DESIGN
Which arch is to be restored with the RPD:
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Orientation of the occlusal plane
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Space available for restoration of missing teeth
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Occlusal relationship of remaining teeth
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Arch integrity
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Tooth morphology
Response of oral structures to the previousstress,periodontal condition of remaining teeth, theaount of abutment support remaining.
Whether denture will be entirely tooth supported.

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