Digital denture design requires anatomic information, an accurate maxillomandibular relationship, and parameters to guide tooth arrangement. Capturing all these data by intraoral scanning makes their immediate digitization, integration, and transfer to the computer-aided design workflow possible, which can be started without an additional procedure. The presented technique describes the digital workflow to automatically align intraoral scans of completely or partially edentulous maxillary and mandibular arches according to the maxillomandibular relationships registered in digitally designed occlusion rims adapted on the patient.

Intraoral scans of edentulous arches for denture design in a single procedure

Lo Russo L.
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2019

Abstract

Digital denture design requires anatomic information, an accurate maxillomandibular relationship, and parameters to guide tooth arrangement. Capturing all these data by intraoral scanning makes their immediate digitization, integration, and transfer to the computer-aided design workflow possible, which can be started without an additional procedure. The presented technique describes the digital workflow to automatically align intraoral scans of completely or partially edentulous maxillary and mandibular arches according to the maxillomandibular relationships registered in digitally designed occlusion rims adapted on the patient.
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