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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

108 MCQs in Prosthodontics

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

All of the following statements are considerations when relining a bilateral distal extension RPD opposing a maxillary complete denture, except

  1. loss of posterior occlusal contact between the complete denture and removable partial denture may necessitate reestablishment of the original occlusal relationship
  2. it is not unusual for a patient to complain of looseness of the maxillary complete denture and request relining of that denture when actually it is the removable partial denture that needs relining
  3. evidence of rotation of the distal extension removable partial denture about the fulcrum line must be the deciding factor as to whether relining needs to be done
  4. a closed-mouth impression procedure is indicated when relining the bilateral distal extension RPD
  5. an open-mouth impression procedure is indicated when relining the bilateral distal extension RPD
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