USE OF BROADRICK FLAG IN PROSTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT FOR SINGLE COMPLETE DENTURE: A CASE REPORT

Sattyam Vikram wankhade, Jyoti Lokade, Vilas Rajguru

Abstract


When the Opposing Natural teeth do not provide a harmonious occlusal relationship necessary to achieve adequate stability, it becomes a demanding situation to construct a Single Complete Denture. This article reports a case wherein a Broderick flag was used for proper establishing of occlusal plane of natural teeth. This will decrease the risk of arbitrary grinding & creating a favorable occlusal plane. It eliminates the hardship of estimating clinical reductions on the basis of adjustments made on preliminary casts. This method will minimize guesswork through guided intraoral reduction.

Keywords


Broderick flag, anterior survey point, Posterior survey point, Plane analyzer, Selective grinding

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