Relining and Rebasing

  1. What is relining and rebasing?
    • Relining: resurfacing of the tissue surface
    • Rebasing: replacement of the entire denture base
  2. In relining/ rebasing, which impression technique is preferred in patient with a distal extension RPD with easily displaced mucosa?
    the open-mouth selective pressure technique

    Remember: tooth support RPD or a distal extension RPD with firm mucosa can accommodate either the closed-mouth functional impression or the open-mouth selective pressure technique.
  3. There are 2 indications for relining:
    Which one is the deciding factor as to whether relining need to be done?
    • occlusion and stability
    • Stability (rotation of distal extension) is the deciding factor.

    Remember: underocclusion of artificial dention might be caused by wearing of thedenture
  4. Does the denture need to relined when
    occlusion: inadequate, stability: good?
    No, it need to occlusal surface adding or tooth rearrangement.
  5. Patient wearing CD/RPD complains about loose CD/.
    What is happening with CD/ and /RPD?
    What treatment does patient need?
    • CD/ shift downward to occlude /RPD giving adequate occlusion.
    • /RPD lost stability
    • Treatment is relining /RPD.

    Remember: adequate occlusion and poor stability can occur in situation when upper teeth extruded or upper denture shift downward to occlude lover RPD that need relining.
Author
Bentley
ID
338313
Card Set
Relining and Rebasing
Description
McCracken’s RPP
Updated