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Volume : 7, Issue : 2, Year : 2021
Article Page : 79-83
Full mouth rehabilitation encompasses the execution of all the steps necessary to produce healthy, esthetic, well functioning, and self – maintaining masticatory mechanism. The aim is to restore the tooth to its natural form, function and esthetics while maintaining the physiologic integrity in harmonious relationship with the adjacent hard and soft tissues, all of which improves the oral health and quality of life of the patient. It is a complex procedure which involves multiple steps and active participation between prosthodontist, patient and technician to achieve a satisfactory treatment outcome. The apprehension and doubt associated with such procedures are usually associated with an array of available techniques and philosophies. Careful and meticulous diagnosis and formulation of treatment plan holds the key. This article reviews the various occlusal forms, schemes and philosophies associated with Full Mouth Rehabilitation in the existing literature.
Keywords: Full mouth rehabilitation, Occlusal concepts/philosophies, Occlusion.
How to cite : Kumar D , Hazra R , Srivastava A , Khattak A , Kalia D , Occlusal forms and philosophies in full mouth rehabilitation: A literature review. IP Ann Prosthodont Restor Dent 2021;7(2):79-83
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