work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: 03 DiagnosisAndTreatmentPlanning, proximal half crown (3/4 crown rotated 90 deg) on the distal abutment contraindicated by presence of caries/ decalcification on distal surface, 3. Replacement of Several Missing Teeth consists of Replacing Multiple Anterior Teeth, mesially tipped molars due to ignorance of space from the early loss of the first molar, Only one abutment or Cantilever Partial Denture Abutment teeth of Proposed cantilever FPD, eruption of third molars often removed to facilitate distal movement of second molar, Abutment teeth of Proposed cantilever FPD Success of the Design, the ability of the abutment teeth to accept applied forces without drifting or becoming mobile ???? Direction of Forces, Abutment teeth of Proposed cantilever FPD recommend abutments in anteriors, Conical provides better retention if w/ root curvature, avoid overcontoured restorations because plaque control is difficult clinician must choose between compromised esthetics from too thin a ceramic veneer, F. Common Path of Insertion/ Axial Inclinations ???? Most important factor that influences path of insertion, Replacing Multiple Anterior Teeth problems encountered are appearance, mandibular incisors are poor abutment teeth avoid overcontoured restorations because plaque control is difficult, small ???? may not be safely used as an abutment, Root Surface Area ???? Ante's Law, mesial & distal surfaces ???? do not add to retentive & esthetic qualities of restoration, that have crowns with excessive tapering of mesial & distal surfaces, Adequate posterior support necessary for Anterior Cantilever Prosthesis, Potentially damaging lateral forces can be confined to the anterior teeth where they are reduced by the longer lever arm, Abutment teeth of Proposed cantilever FPD must have adequate periodontal support