STRENGTHENING THE REMOVABLE PROSTHESIS- CONTEMPORARY SOLUTION STILL VIABLE
Irina Grădinaru, Cristina Gena Dascalu, Loredana Liliana Hurjui, Mihaela Mitrea, Claudia Cristina Tărniceriu, Magda Ecaterina Antohe
The purpose of this study is to analyze the opportunity of metal or non- metallic reinforcement of mobilizable prostheses in accordance with the main factors can lead to fracture of partial or totally removable prostheses. Equally, establishing the correlations between the evaluated anatomical features and the intervention of general and loco-regional factors is part of the objectives of the statistical study, crowned with the mirror of the necessary treatment, a clear premise of the motivation of research to improve the quality of total prosthesis. For this purpose, we evaluated a study group consisting of a number of 84 patients diagnosed with total uni and bimaxillary edentation, subtotal and partially extended edentation that were presented in the Clinical Education Base of the Faculty of Dentistry Iasi, respectively in practice private offices, in the period 2018-2020. Regarding the need to reinforce the total prostheses , we remarked a need for 39%, 15% for nemetallic reinforcement and 24% for metallic reinforcement. The clinical statements encountered in the jaw antagonist of the total edentulous one have been edentulous partially stretched, respectively edentulous subtotal that involve forces higher in time carrying out the functions of mastication ( in the case of prosthetic joint ) elements which call for optimizing the possibilities of reinforcing the total prosthesis.