By Tony Johnson, David G. Patrick, Christopher W. Stokes, David G. Wildgoose, Duncan J. Wood
Now on hand in a moment version, Basics of Dental Technology is an entire reference for the present concepts and fabrics utilized in dental technology.
- Retains the available, task-based process and step by step information of the 1st edition
- Features updates all through, in addition to a brand new bankruptcy on electronic dental expertise and an interactive pupil site to help self-assessment
- Explains key talents, strategies, tools, and kit, and in addition introduces extra professional recommendations and techniques, equivalent to denture prosthetics, mounted prosthodontics, orthodontic paintings, and maxillofacial technology
- Provides crucial info for trainee dental technicians and scholars studying approximately dental know-how, together with examine suggestions and methods for operating successfully inside of a dental team
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Facebows can be used either on the maxilla or on the mandible. The facebow is used to position the respective model on the articulator so that the relationship between the patient’s teeth (or edentulous ridges) and their condyle heads can be replicated on the articulator. indd 05/21/2015 Page 27 You will need: r r r r Models Transfer jig (from the clinician) – affixed to occlusal registration Denar articulator Model trimmer r r r r Work safety Care should be taken when using the model trimmer to ensure that your fingers or any other part of your body or clothing does not come into contact with the wheel.
11. Using a plaster knife, remove the horseshoe-shaped model by gently easing vertically in line with the long axis of the teeth. 12. Trim the base of the model on the model trimmer to create a flat base. 13. You need to identify the teeth that are going to be worked on, as these will require two pins (or a double pin) to stop it rotating once sectioned. 14. The remaining sections of the model should also have more than one pin to stop rotation. 15. Drill two holes per section using a model drilling machine.
Mark the ideal cutting lines with a pencil. These should be parallel. 3. Place the saw blade on the plaster and carefully start the saw cut, avoiding both the margin and the adjacent teeth. Keep the cut straight and following the pencil line. If the saw cut deviates, it may be necessary to cut from the bottom up. 4. Repeat for each cut required. 5. Tidy the saw cuts with a bur and clean all components with the steam cleaner. Ensure tray base locating grooves are free from debris. 6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Refit all components and ensure that the die can be removed independently of the adjacent sections.
Basics of Dental Technology: A Step by Step Approach by Tony Johnson, David G. Patrick, Christopher W. Stokes, David G. Wildgoose, Duncan J. Wood