Fabrication of a precision retained cobalt-chrome maxillary partial denture in articulation with a personalised complete mandibular denture

09 Dec 2013

The success of a denture is mostly interpreted from two main standpoints, these being the function and the appearance of the restoration to satisfy a patient?s needs. The primary concern of a dental technician and a dentist is often with the function such as stability, retention, fit and masticatory purposes in the oral environment, and aspects of the aesthetics, such as denture base contour and the shade of the base, as well as the shade of the porcelain metal-fused crowns to simulate the preserved teeth, especially on the anterior region, are often neglected