How do you treat an edentulous patient?

How do you treat an edentulous patient?

Treatment options for the edentulous include the fol- lowing. I. Complete dentures. New dentures optimally ex- t,ended to provide maximum retention and an occlusion that is not disruptive to the stability of the prosthesis can be an improvement over existing dentures.

Which type of construction can be used for edentulous patient?

There are many materials for the final impression, such as gypsum, zinc oxide and eugenol (ZOE) paste, polysulfide rubber, polyether, polyvinyl siloxane, and alginate. Preferences vary much among dentists. However, there is no evidence that one technique or material produces better long term results than another.

What can contribute to a person’s edentulous status?

Other factors contributing to the prevalence of complete tooth loss are age, education, access to dental care, dentist/population ratios, and insurance coverage [17, 18]. Most edentate people are elders who wear complete dentures in one or both jaws.

What are the objectives of prosthodontic treatment for partially edentulous patients?

The three major objectives are: (1) the economic consideration of the treatment for the patient, (2) the avoidance of unnecessary duplication of effort, and (3) the prolongation of the partially edentulous period for the patient.

What is edentulous mandible?

The edentulous mandible is the safest and most convenient site for implant treatment. It divides the mandible into the anterior, interforaminal region and posterior areas located distally of the mental foramina. Diagnosis. Clinical examination and radiologic imaging form part of the standard diagnostic process.

What is the edentulous ridge?

Edetulous Ridge is the Alveolar bone left after the loss of Teeth in the Maxillary and Mandibular jaw. There might be many reasons or causes for the loss of Teeth which will be affecting the shape and size of the bone present in the Alveolar Ridge.

What is edentulous arch?

1. the first branchial arch, being the rudiment of the maxillary and mandibular regions; it also gives rise to the malleus and incus. 2. the dental arch formed by the teeth of the mandible; called also inferior dental arch.

What does periodontics cover?

Periodontists have advanced training in the treatment of periodontal disease and the placement of dental implants. Patients with periodontal infection have a lowered resistance to periodontal bacteria. This causes a continuing gum infection that can grow in bursts of activity.

What is the objective RPD treatment?

OBJECTIVES OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE TREATMENT 1. To preserve and maintain the remaining oral structures. 2. To restore function.

What is partial Edentulism?

Partial edentulism, one or more teeth missing is an indication of healthy behaviour of dental practices in the society and attitude towards dental and oral care. The pattern of partial edentulism has been evaluated in many selected populations in different countries by different methods.

What are the possible complications of complete edentulism?

Patients with complete edentulism were found to be at higher risk of poor nutrition with higher incidence of coronary artery plaque formation. Chronic residual ridge resorption continues to be the primary intra-oral complication of edentulism. Without the use of dental implants there appears to be few opportunities to reduce bone loss.

What are the benefits of dental implants for edentulous patients?

Dental implants are well- documented to improve edentulous patients’ quality of life. Patients with complete eden- tulism seem to be at risk for multiple systematic disorders if left untreated. The enormous global demand for edentulous solutions will continue to increase.

What is included in a soft tissue examination for edentulism?

For both patients with partial and complete edentulism, the general and specific soft tissue conditions are also docu- mented. The soft tissue examination identifies any palpated area observed in the oral cavity and oralpharynx, as well as evaluation of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

Why choose Nobel Biocare for edentulous patients?

In close cooperation with experienced clinicians and opinion leaders, Nobel Biocare has set the standard for integrated solutions for the treatment of edentulous patients and patients with a failing/terminal dentition.