A REVIEW ON DIFFERENT IMPRESSION TECHNIQUES INVOLVED IN FABRICATION OF COMPLETE DENTURES
Dr. Surabhi Thakur*
Success of the dental prosthesis mainly depends on the accuracy of the dental impressions. It is very important for a clinician to select an appropriate impression technique and material to accomplish this task. Each technique has several advantages and drawbacks. This article creates a comprehensive review of both traditional and new impression techniques for the construction of complete denture. Defination: Dental impression- a negative imprint or a positive digital image display of intraoral anatomy; used to cast or print a 3D replica of the anatomic structure that is to be used as a permanent record or in the production of a dental restoration or prosthesis. (GPT-9).
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