Over extended lingual flange C. Over extended lingual flange in retromylohyoid region D. His tonsils are inflammed # Overload of denture base is … Dr.Mohammad Ibrahim Al Sayed Flasking: Is the process of investing the cast with the waxed denture in a flask to make a sectional mold that is used to form the acrylic resin denture base. Repairing, Relining, Rebasing in a Complete Denture. Making aRemount Index 157Figure 26.8 Print the patient’s name on the index with a permanent marker.Figure 26.7 The remount platform has two or three distinct depressions on its surface which produce an index. This is increased if the flash has not been sufficiently removed during trial closure. Packing and Processing. 5) Curing. Flasking, Packing, and Processing Complete Dentures 149 After the flask is sufficiently cool to the touch, the flask lid is removed by wedging an instrument such as a Buffalo knife or chisel in the notch (Figure 24.41) that is provided on the flat end of the flask. Sotto-Maior BS(1), Jóia FA, Meloto CB, Cury AA, Rizzatti-Barbosa CM. Flasking, Packing, andProcessing Complete Dentures 149After the flask is sufficiently cool to the touch, the flask lid is removed by wedging an instrument such as a Buffalo knife or chisel in the notch (Figure24.41) that is provided on the flat end of the flask. Denture flasking: A comparative study of three techniques Richard A. Oliva, D.D.S.,* and Judith A. ● Plaster saw ● Buffalo knife ● Acrylic trimmers–burs and stones ● Rag wheel ● Felt wheel ● Felt cone ● Pumice ● Hi‐Shine polishing agentCare must be taken not to overpolish the denture in the following areas. Prosthodontic treatment for edentulous patients: Complete dentures and impant-supported prostheses. on February 14, 2020. Choose from 500 different sets of complete dentures flasking flashcards on Quizlet. Shows the different steps in pouring the plaster and setting the master cast. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the artificial tooth positional changes following the flasking and polymerization of complete dentures by a combination of two flasking methods and two polymerization techniques using computer graphic measurements. Clean the bases of the casts and the surfaces they con-tact on the plaster mountings by brushing them with a soft toothbrush to ensure they are clean prior to mount-ing the casts on the articulator. Importance The form of the polished surfaces and the proper location of the artificial teeth play a major role in Stability of the dentures Influences its retentive quality. When the plaster mounting and cast are thoroughly dry, the denture is removed from the water, toweled dry and replaced on the cast. # A complete denture patient complains that he has pain in his throat during swallowing. Over extended PPS B. Flasking, Packing, and Processing Complete Dentures, Resilient Anchoring and Supporting Elements, Telescopic Anchoring and Supporting Elements. Note that the basal seat surfaces are not altered or shined. Start with medium pumice followed by fine flour of pumice until all scratches are removed. A remount index is then made to preserve the facebow record; other-wise a new facebow record must be done during the inser-tion appointment. Very well‐defined grooves which have been cut in the bases of the casts before their initial mounting will ensure that there is an accurate and stable fit between the casts and their mountings. The procedure for making a complete denture is as follows: Emergency treatement. Figure 26.1 Attach the remount table to the lower member of the articulator.Figure 26.2 Lubricate the teeth with petroleum jelly.Figure 26.3 Wrap a piece of masking tape around the occlusal index table to form a containment barrier.Figure 26.4 Close the articulator so that the tape covers about 2 mm up on the teeth.Figure 26.5 Remove all rubber bands and tape from the plaster index.Figure 26.6 Reduce the remount index on the model trimmer until the depressions of the teeth are less than 1 mm deep. This would result in unnecessary and undesirable reduction of surfaces that will need to be preserved. A sanding sponge must not be used for this procedure because it is soft and incapable of developing a flat surface on the denture teeth.2) Ensure the greatest accuracy in marking the articular surfaces of the teeth by using one thickness of double‐sided articulating tape (AccuFilm®) (Figure 25.9). Therefore, only the occlusion is adjusted in centric relation in a laboratory remount to correct the changes in vertical dimension of occlusion due to processing error.If it is a zero‐degree monoplane denture, the occlusion of the maxillary denture’s occlusal plane is flat‐surfaced with a piece of sandpaper on a flat surface (Figure 25.13). Complete Dentures: Flasking Of Maxillary Denture Item Preview podcast_prosthodontics-lectures_complete-dentures-flasking-of_1000092943916_itemimage.png .