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Beckett & Wilson’s classification

Beckett & Wilson’s classification

Beckett & Wilson’s classification They decided that the following must be considered while determining the proportionate amount of support provided by the teeth & tissue. Tissues includes mucosa and underlying bone. a)the quality of abutment support. b)the magnitude of occlusal support. c)the harmony of the occlusion. d)the quality of the mucosa &residual ridge. Class I: […]

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Classification of removable partial denture

Classification of removable partial denture

Classification of removable partial denture 1.Kennedy’s classification Applegate’s rules Applegate’s modification (1960): include 2 or more additional groups based on the condition of the abutment: Class V: a edentulous area bounded anteriorly and posteriorly by natural teeth but in which the anterior abutment (e.g. LI) is not suitable for support. It is basically a class […]

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