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Full mouth rehabilitation on the patient with class II jaw relation and posterior bite collapse using reestablishment of occlusal vertical dimension: a case report
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Full mouth rehabilitation on the patient with class II jaw relation and posterior bite collapse using reestablishment of occlusal vertical dimension: a case report
Kim, Jae-Hyun; Cho, Hye-Won; Jung, Ji-Hye;
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 Abstract
Loss of molar support and abnormal jaw relationship lead to occlusal disharmony and cause pathologic signs. Full mouth rehabilitations with reestablishment of occlusal schemes are needed. In this case, the 75 year-old female patient showed posterior bite collapse, irregular occlusal plane and Class II jaw relationship. By observing her profile and interocclusal distance, she was diagnosed as loss of occlusal vertical dimension. Treatment plan is to restore maxillay class I removable partial denture and mandibular fixed prosthesis and to establish vertical dimension and harmonious occlusal plane. Occlusal vertical dimension of 19 mm, which is obtained by 7.5 mm increase between maxillary right lateral incisor and mandibular canine, was established using temporary prosthesis via diagnostic wax-up. Patient adaptation with newly formed vertical dimension was verified during 8 week follow-up period. Within the information of interim prostheses, final restoration was constructed and delivered. The patient showed sound occlusal scheme and esthetic profile.
 Keywords
vertical dimension;full mouth rehabilitation;class II jaw relation;posterior bite collapse;
 Language
Korean
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