Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin

Tibor Károly Fábián, Anita Beck, Boglárka Rencz, P. Fejérdy, P. Hermann, G. Fábián

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Abstract

Various dental specialties have made such enormous advances that it has become impossible to absorb all that is new in all dental areas. Therefore a collaborative effort between orthodontist and prosthodontist is often necessary to achieve an optimal treatment result. Prosthodontists and restorative dentists rely on orthodontics as a means of providing more comprehensive care to their patients. Such collaboration is not only desirable, but mandatory if dentists are to provide highest level care for their patients. Preprosthetic orthodontics gains significance in both esthetics and functionality of the denture being under preparation. Therefore, an interdisciplinary approach may also be cost-effective for both patient and dentist from the standpoint of producing more stable and durable restorations of high esthetics. Orthodontics may contribute to the success of cases undergoing restorative dental procedures where preliminary minor tooth movement is necessary, to correct local malpositions and/or to move abutment teeth with simple appliances. Success of implant placement may also be improved via orthodontic forced extrusion of periodontally compromised teeth. Collaboration of orthodontist and prosthodontist may be even more demanding when correction of primary orthodontic anomalies would be needed. No wonder that, the integration of orthodontics and prosthetic dentistry into a multidisciplinary rehabilitation is often indispensable for a proper dental care of the patients. A proper plaque control is also essential for a successful treatment in all cases. Along with mechanical and biological principles, unique psychological and social aspects of the combined orthodontic and prosthetic treatment should also be considered for a successful therapy. In this chapter the important role of orthodontics and its contribution to the success of prosthetic dentistry for adult patients is discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications
PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Pages15-26
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9781619422803
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Prosthodontics
Orthodontics
Dentists
Tooth
Esthetics
Dental Specialties
Orthodontic Extrusion
Tooth Movement Techniques
Dental Care
Dentures
Therapeutics
Patient Care
Rehabilitation
Psychology
Costs and Cost Analysis

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  • Dentistry(all)

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Fábián, T. K., Beck, A., Rencz, B., Fejérdy, P., Hermann, P., & Fábián, G. (2012). Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin. In Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications (pp. 15-26). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..

Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin. / Fábián, Tibor Károly; Beck, Anita; Rencz, Boglárka; Fejérdy, P.; Hermann, P.; Fábián, G.

Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012. p. 15-26.

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Fábián, TK, Beck, A, Rencz, B, Fejérdy, P, Hermann, P & Fábián, G 2012, Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin. in Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 15-26.
Fábián TK, Beck A, Rencz B, Fejérdy P, Hermann P, Fábián G. Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin. In Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2012. p. 15-26
Fábián, Tibor Károly ; Beck, Anita ; Rencz, Boglárka ; Fejérdy, P. ; Hermann, P. ; Fábián, G. / Orthodontics for patient of prosthetic dentistry. possibilities and complications of psychosomatic origin. Dentures: Types, Benefits and Potential Complications. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012. pp. 15-26
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