alexa Complete denture displacement following open-mouth reline.
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Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research

Author(s): Utz KH, Schneider D, Feyen J, Grner M, Bayer S,

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Abstract In 21 complete denture wearers, six upper and 15 lower denture relines were performed with the open-mouth technique. The centric relation (CR) was recorded with the Central-Bearing-Point (CBP) method three times before and three times after the reline. For each registration, the right and left condylar position was recorded in three dimensions using a custom-made measuring device. The average denture displacement from an initial reference position (CR) was calculated for each registration. An upper denture reline leads to a mean displacement of 2·5 mm, both in the right and left condylar area. With an average of 2·0 mm, this displacement was smaller following a lower denture reline (right and left mean, 1·6 mm). The precision of the CBP-registrations proved 0·5 mm before and 0·3 mm after reline; hence, the measured condylar displacement after reline could not attribute to a methodological bias. This clinical-experimental study demonstrates that relining complete dentures with the open-mouth technique may lead to a substantial denture shift and thus imply inevitably clinically relevant occlusal discrepancies. It is therefore important to carefully check the occlusion at denture delivery and remount the prostheses if necessary. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. This article was published in J Oral Rehabil and referenced in Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research

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