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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

118 MCQs in Prosthodontics

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

If your laboratory technician is conscientious, dependable, and knowledgeable in all the details of good partial denture design and construction, you should make the prescription for the partial denture by

  1. submitting a rough sketch of the design and relying on the technician’s ability and training to produce an acceptable denture
  2. drawing all the details of the design on the master cast and submitting it with the expectations that it will be followed explicitly
  3. labelling a colored pencil drawing on a chart, outlining it on the master, and providing the technician with written instructions
  4. consulting with the technician throughout the designing phase to allow the technician to share in the responsibility for the design
  5. simply send the final impression to the lab with a note to “Just Do It”
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