Duplication of Complete Dentures: Laboratory Stages (2 Parts)

Synopsis
Part 2: Models are cast of the corrective wash impressions. Alginate moulds of the acrylic replicas of the models are made. After removal of the acrylic replicas and models pouring spruces are cut through the alginate. The models are returned to the mould and moulten wax is poured to produce wax replicas. The acrylic replicas are returned to the models and these are mounted on an articulator. The upper wax replica is replaced by the acrylic replica. Identical mould and shade replacement teeth are set to the lower acrylic replica by progressively replacing the wax teeth. The lower acrylic replica is then replaced by the lower wax replica and the lower teeth are set. The denture wax patterns are finally made ready for finishing.
Series
Dental Prosthetics and Dental Technology, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 18, 29 min.
Year of production
1988
Availability
out of distribution
Uses
Undergraduate dental students
Subjects
Dentistry
Keywords
dentures

Credits

Producer
Eric Davies
Writer
Derek Adams; Dick Williams

Production Company

Name

University of Liverpool Television Service

Distributor

Name

Oxford Educational Resources

Email
enquiries@oer.co.uk
Web
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Phone
01865 842552
Fax
01865 842551
Address
PO Box 106
Kidlington
Oxon
OX5 1JY
Notes
printed title list and complete catalogue on disk rec’d 10/93

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