Complete Denture “ A prosthesis that replaces the lost natural dentition and associated structures of the mandible and / or the maxilla “. Definitions : Component Parts : Denture Base Denture Flange Denture Border (Edge) Denture Surfaces : Fitting Surface Polished Surface Occlusal Surface
Complete denture consists of
Objectives in complete denture construction: 1.Restoration of mastication. 2.Restoration of facial dimensions and contours. 3.Restoration of speech. 4.Restoration of the remaining natural tissues. 5.Satisfaction and comfort of the patient.
Anatomical Landmarks In Relation to Complete Denture: Extraoral landmarks Intraoral landmarks
Changes The Happened After Teeth Loss : Face :
Inter pupillary line Ala Tragus Line Philtrum Naso – Labial sulcus Labiomental sulcus Extra Oral Landmarks Angle of the mouth Vermillion border Modiolus
Landmarks of Importance in Occlusal Plane Orientation Interpupillary lineAla tragus line
Landmarks restored by proper lip support Naso – Labial sulcus Becomes deeper with age and with loss of teeth Philtrum becomes flat with loss of teeth Modiolus moves inwards and downwards Vermillion border becomes reduced in size
Landmarks restored by Proper Vertical Dimension Vermillion border Angle of the mouth becomes inflammed angular cheilitis
The Labiomental Sulcus Angle Class I Angle Class IIAngle Class III A Landmark helpful in determining the Jaw Relation
Maxillary Supporting Structures Incisive Papilla 1. The incisive papilla is a thick part of the mucous membrane covering the incisive foramen. 2. It is located at the anterior end of the median palatine raphae. 3. The nasopalatine nerves and vessels pass through the incisive foramen to supply the anterior 2 / 3 of the palate. 4. In some cases due to the excessive bone resorption, the papilla may lie on the crest of the ridge. 5. The incisive papilla should be relieved to avoid pressure on the incisive nerves and vessels.
Cont. max. supporting structures Rugae Area Palatine Rugae 1. It is an irregular shaped elevation of the soft tissue extending laterally from the midline in the anterior part of the hard palate. 2. If serves as one of stress bearing area in the palate.
Cont. max. supporting structures Median Palatine Raphae 1. The midline of the hard palate is covered by a thin layer of mucoperiostium, that covers the median palatine suture. 2. That suture joins the right and the left halves of the hard palate. 3. It is usually relieved to increase denture stability by preventing its rocking.
Cont. max. supporting structures Torus Palatinus When small relieved When large surgical excision
Cont. max. supporting structures Fovia Palatina Fovea Palatina 1. It is helps in the determination of the posterior border of the upper denture. 2. The posterior border of the upper denture should be 2 mm posterior to the fovea Palatina.
Residual Alveolar Ridge Cont. max. supporting structures Residual Alveolar Ridge 1. It should be firm. 2. since it is usually well developed, it might be considered as a primary stress bearing area.
Cont. max. supporting structures Tuberosity 1. It is important for retention and support of the upper denture against lateral movement. 2. The denture should cover it.
Cont. max. supporting structures Buttress Part Of Bone 1. It is formed of the lower portion of the zygomatic process of the maxilla (the area above the first molar teeth). 2. It provides excellent resistance to the vertical forces(Support).
Labial Frenum Maxillary Limiting Structures Labial Frenum It must be relieved in the denture by making a V-shape notch in the labial flange opposite to its position. Labial Frenum
Labial Vestibule Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Labial Vestibule 1. It Is the reflection of the mucosa of the lip to the mucosa of the alveolar process in the labial vestibule. 2. The denture in this area is in relation to the orbicularis oris and the superior incisive muscles. 3. These muscles limit the thickness and the length of the labial flange of the denture.
Buccal Frenum Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Buccal Frenum 1. It is a fold of mucous membrane (tendon of the buccinator muscle) varies in size in number and in position. 2. A notch is made in the denture flange opposite to its position to facilitate its functional movements.
Buccal Vestibule Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Buccal Vestibule 1. The denture in this area is related to buccinator muscle. 2. Buccal flanges must extend in the buccal vestibule. 3. Due to the horizontal direction of the fibers of this muscle contraction of this muscle will not displace the denture.
Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Hamular Notch 1. It is one of the important landmarks for determination of the posterior limit of the upper denture. 2. A straight line from hamular notch on one side to the other on the other side determine the posterior limit of the upper denture
Vibrating Line ( Ah Line) Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Vibrating Line ( Ah Line) 1. It separate the movable part from the immovable part of the soft palate. 2. This line is 2mm posterior to the fovea palatine. 3. This line determines the posterior end of the upper denture. Postdam area
Cont. Maxillary Limiting Structures Curvature of the soft palate III II I Class I gentle curvature Class II medium curvature Class III abrupt curvature
Labial Frenum Mandibular Limiting Structures Labial Frenum Denture should be notched opposite to it.
Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Labial Vestibule Limits the denture flange thickness and length.
Buccal Frenum Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures 1. It is a fold of mucous membrane in the premolar area, movement of the lip and the cheek move the frenum. 2. A notch is made in the lower denture to accommodate the frenum. Buccal Frenum
Buccal Vestibule Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Buccal Vestibule 1. The denture in this area is related to the buccinator muscle. 2. Its contraction does not displace the lower denture so flanges of the lower denture must extend in the buccal vestibule.
Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Masseter muscle influencing area Masseteric notch Distobuccal area
Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Posterior end of retromolar pad Posterior end of retromolar pad It constitutes the posterior limit of the lower denture at which postdamming can be performed.
Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Palatoglossal arch Distolingual area Denture overextension in this area will cause sore throat.
Lingual Pouch Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures More posteriorly the lingual flanges are related to the lingual pouch with its boundaries which are : Posteriorly : The palatoglosssus muscle. Anteriorly : The Mylohyoid muscle. Medially : The tongue. Laterally : The medial aspect of the mandible. Lingual Pouch Lingual pouch
Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Mylohyoid muscle influencing area (internal oblique ridge) Mylohyoid muscle influencing area Mylohyoid muscle influencing area
Sublingual salivary gland area Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Sublingual salivary gland area The lingual flanges of the lower denture should not extend in this area because with excessive resorption of the mandible the gland may bulge superiorly above the body of the mandible. Sublingual salivary gland area
Lingual Frenum Cont. Mandibular Limiting Structures Lingual Frenum 1. More anteriorly a fold mucous membrane attach the mucosa of the tongue tip to mucosa of the floor of the mouth 2. It moves with the movement of the tongue so a notch is made to accommodate the frenum.
Michael H. Hart ( born April 28, 1932 in New York City)New York City Graduate of the Bronx High School of Science, received his undergraduate degree at Cornell University in mathematics and later earned a Ph.D. in astrophysics at Princeton University. He also holds graduate degrees in physics, astronomy, and computer science, as well as a law degree. He was a research scientist at NASA before leaving to be a professor of physics at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
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Residual Ridge Mandibular Supporting Structures Residual Ridge (Fibrous band of connective tissue) 1. It covers the crest of the lower ridge. 2. Its mobility may cause pressure symptoms under the lower denture. 3. Also can affect denture stability.
Buccal Shelf Of Bone Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Buccal Shelf Of Bone 1. The area that lies between the crest of the residual ridge and the external oblique ridge. 2. It is the primary stress bearing area in the lower arch. 3. It forms good support for the lower denture.
Retromolar pad Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Retromolar pad 1. It is a pear shaped area of mucous membrane at the posterior end of the mandibular ridge and anterior to the pterygo mandibular raphae. 2. It consists of mucous glands, temporal tendon, fibers of the buccinators and superior constrictor muscle. 3. Lower denture should cover this area for retention and to cover the buccal shelf of bone (Primary stress bearing area) it act as valve seal area for the lower denture.
Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Torus mandibularis When small relieved When large surgical excision Torus mandibularis
Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Internal oblique ridge If sharp, it should be surgically reduced.
Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Mental foramen When the ridge is resorbed, it appears on its crest. Since it covers nerves, it should be relieved.
Cont. Mandibular Supporting Structures Genial tubercles When the ridge resorbed, it appears on its crest. It is relieved or better surgically reduced