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COMPLETE DENTURE

1. Introduction to complete dentures 2. Discuss the applied anatomy of denture bearing areas of CD prosthesis 3. Discuss the role of muscles of mastication, while chewing with CD prosthesis in an edentulous patient 4. Discuss the role of saliva in retention of CD 5. Curvatures in natural dentition and their role 6. Neutral zone and its importance in prosthetic dentistry 7. Discuss the role of phonetics in prosthetic dentistry 8. Discuss the fabrication of single lower CD against upper natural dentition 9. Role of face bow in CD 10. Physiological rest position of mandible 11. Tooth contact in natural dentition 12. Nutritional requirement of CD patients 13. Role of hinge axis in CD prosthesis 14. Lingualised occlusion 15. Discuss the role of overdentures in partially/complete edentulous mouth 16. Discuss various types of overdentures and role of overdentures in preventing sequale of CD 17. Articulators 18. Discuss the varieties of slopes and form of palate and mandible encountered in day today clinical practice 19. Intraoral pathological condition to be diagnosed and to be treated before CD construction 20. Denture bearing anatomy of mandible 21. Effects on oral tissues due to denture wearing 22. Different types of Jaw relation and their prosthetic hazard 23. Vertical dimension of occlusion and its clinical importance 24. Occlusal table in natural dentition 25. Discuss CD esthetics and dentists role

26. Discuss in detail the movements of mandible, methods of recording and their role in CD 27. Preprosthetic surgery for edentulous patients 28. Immediate denture 29. Impression procedures for CD 30. Accurate method of centric relation recording. Definition of CR. Importance of determination in CD 31. Articulators in Occlusal rehabilitation 32. Dentogenic concept 33. Discuss denture support 34. Micro and macro changes of ridge after extraction 35. Recent concepts about impression making 36. Key points to avoid post-insertion problems in CD 37. Discuss rationale of diagnosis and treatment planning in case of a CD against natural teeth 38. Critical evaluation of face bow 39. Selection of articulator in routine clinical practice 40. Maintenance of facial harmony with setting of teeth 41. Compensating curves in CD prosthesis 42. Influence & role of facial musculature in CD prosthesis 43. Poor general condition of an aged person and CD 44. Discuss in details sequale of denture wearing 45. Remounting procedures 46. Treatment dentures 47. Combination syndrome 48. Role of saliva 49. Balanced occlusion for monoplane teeth 50. Masticatory cycle 51. Epulis and its management 52. Pseudo prognathism in edentulous patients

COMPLETE DENTURE

53. Discuss the rationale of establishing correct VD in CD construction and its sequale 54. Orientation relation 55. Post-polymerization Occlusal correction 56. Alveolingual sulcus 57. Flabby ridge management 58. Discuss the changes in the CD foundation in long term denture wearers. Discuss the consequences and management 59. Final try-in 60. Face bow updates 61. Selection of artificial teeth 62. Posterior palatal seal 63. Plane of occlusion 64. Discuss in details the patho-physiology of resorption of residual ridges 65. Discuss the geriatric changes in oral mucosa and its management 66. Denture related oral lesion, its clinical significance in CD prosthesis 67. Prosthodontics 68. Describe significance of rest position of mandible in management of prosthodontic patients 69. Describe biomechanics of edentulous state 70. Discuss immediate complete denture prosthesis 71. Effect of aging on edentulous state 72. Occlusal correction of old prosthesis 73. Normal facial landmarks related to CD 74. Refinement of individual tooth position in CD prosthesis 75. Give diagnosis and treatment planning procedure of a maxillary CD that occludes with fixed restoration 76. Special dentures 77. Name the concepts of CD. Describe the neutral zone concept 78. Discuss CD occlusion in light of selection of posterior teeth 79. Average value articulators 80. Gerodontics

81. Buccal corridor 82. Gagging and its management