RPD design question for practicing dentist

Discussion in 'Dental Residents and Practicing Dentists' started by Harry747, Sep 28, 2014.

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  1. Harry747

    Harry747 2+ Year Member

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    I have recently started working. When I was in a dental school we had to survey the cast and design on our own. The question to all working dentist is do you still design RPD by yourself or your lab does it for you? Thank you.
    And I am talking about Cast Partial Denture here.
     
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  3. coolslugs

    coolslugs Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    You should always design your own RPD
     
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  4. bsp1013

    bsp1013 2+ Year Member

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    I mean, it's usually self explanatory. Lab tech sees rest seat>fabricate rest. I've never broken out colored pencils or anything.

    My routine: drill rest seats next to edentulous site(s)>alg imp> "fabricate cast f/w for max rpd and return for f/w try-in"
     

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