By Raymond Nagle and Victor Sears
Dental, Dentures, clinical
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1), occlusal, polished and fitting – the buccal and lingual surfaces of the teeth being part of the polished surface. Figure 1 Fitting, polished and occlusal surfaces Each of these surfaces has a different function and each surface must be shaped accordingly. The occlusal surface is that part which carries out the function of mastication and is designed to operate in contact with the opposing occlusal surface. For foods that are relatively easily crushed, the degree of comminution of food particles will be proportional to the area of the contacting occlusal surfaces.
First, however, it is appropriate to mention the three surfaces of a denture in relation to the integration of denture shape and function. Retention and stability of complete dentures will then be dealt with in turn. The three surfaces of a denture A complete denture replaces lost teeth and alveolar bone. , the teeth and the base. From the point of view of function, however, a complete denture has three surfaces (Fig. 1), occlusal, polished and fitting – the buccal and lingual surfaces of the teeth being part of the polished surface.
It has also been shown that some of the factors which do appear to be of significance are ones against which the practitioner can take few precautions - apart from referring the patient for specialist opinion. Thus patients taking numerous drugs are likely to be dissatisfied, probably as a consequence of drug-induced hyposalivation. In support of this hypothesis, patients complaining of dry mouth tend to have many more review visits than control patients When seeking to identify patients who are likely to give problems, the most helpful clue is contained in the past denture history.