fixed prosthodontics


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fixed prosthodontics

[‚fikst ‚präs·thə′dän·tiks]
(medicine)
A subdivision of prosthodontics that focuses on the replacement of missing teeth by dental bridges.
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Technical failures and some related clinical complications in extensive fixed prosthodontics. Acta Odontol Scand.
Achieving an accurate replication of the finishing margins for fixed prosthodontics requires adequate gingival retraction.
Johnston's modern practice in fixed prosthodontics. 4th ed.
Expanded Functions Permits, which may be renewed every five years, will be segregated into several levels, including: (1) Restorative I Permit; (II) Restorative II Permit; (III) Removable prosthodontics Permit; (IV) Fixed Prosthodontics Permit; and (V) Orthodontics Permit.
Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics, Rosenstiel et al., 2001 Complex Denture Fabrication, M.
[7.] Shillingburg HT, Hobo S, Whitesett LD, Jacobi R, BrackettsSE, Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics: Esthetic considerations, 3rd edition.
This step-by-step guide to fixed prosthodontics and indirect restorations is intended for undergraduate dental students, vocational trainees, and practitioners studying for post-graduate exams.
5 Pardeep K Bansal, MDS, Comparison of Dimensional accuracy using two elastomeric impression materials in fixed prosthodontics, Pakistan Oral and Dental Journal, 2010; 30(2): 537-44.
(1.) Tylman's Theory Fixed Prosthodontics, 8th edition.
(2.) Rosenstiel, Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics, Mosby, 3rd edition, pg 324-354
A validated questionnaire was distributed among them to assess their perceptions regarding the current preclinical fixed prosthodontics module at a dental college in Islamabad.
(5.) HT Shillingburg, Fundamentals of Fixed Prosthodontics, 3rd edition; Fundamentals of occlusion, Pp 11-24