LABORATORY AND PROSTHETIC TECHNOLOGIES
cod. 1003690

Academic year 2015/16
3° year of course - Second semester
Professor
MANFREDI Edoardo
Academic discipline
Malattie odontostomatologiche (MED/28)
Field
Discipline odontoiatriche e radiologiche
Type of training activity
Characterising
21 hours
of face-to-face activities
3 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
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Integrated course unit module: DENTAL MATERIALS AND PROSTHETIC TECHNOLOGIES

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Course unit content

Provide knowledge of occlusion and dental, masticatory function and pathophysiology of the stomatognathic system. The student to understand the functions of the masticatory system: horizontal intermaxillary relations. Intermaxillary vertical relationship. Curves and occlusal planes. Mandibular movements. Types of functional occlusion. Articulators. Fingerprints and study models. Realization in the laboratory of fixed prostheses. Removable partial dentures. Principles of full denture and construction phases and laboratory.
Laws governing the professional dentists and dental technicians.
Aberrations, illegal and penalties.
Responsibility for treating team:
- The principle of reciprocity of control
the dispute
Overview of the legislative framework in relation to "Medical Devices to measure"
The dental laboratory:
- Working environment
- Responsibilities of the holders of the dental laboratory
Definition and classification of dental prothesis
Classification of Kennedy
Concept equator, undercuts, isodromia.
Accuracy of the closing edge
Functional factors:
- Joint function
- Protection of the alveolar-dental ligament
- Protective and hygiene of the interdental papillae
- Protection of the gingival margin
Impression Materials
- Characteristics
- Ideal requirements
Impression materials elastic and non-elastic
Pretreatment and preparation of fingerprints
The fingerprint reader, demands and conditions:
- For fixed prosthesis
- For prosthesis
Individual tray, fingerprints position.
The models
The chalk generality, production and classification.
Expansion effects and their control.
Failures, causes and solutions.
Techniques used to obtain the master templates
- For fixed prosthesis
- For prosthesis
related materials, treatments and squaring

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