Part one of this video describes the use of the rotational path in insertion and designing removable partial dentures for maxillary class IV partially edentulous arches. Its great advantages are the elimination of clasps to improve esthetics and reduction of tooth coverage to minimize plaque accumulation. Part two continues with use of the rotational path concept in the maxillary and mandibular class III bilateral partially edentulous arches. The use of such design eliminates conventional clasps and selected abutments, and therefore improves esthetics and oral hygiene.

Run Time: 28 Minutes

This course is approved for .5 hours of Scientific Credit through the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology (NBC). This video will be available in your Foundation Learning Library Classroom for 90 days from your purchase date and will expire after that time.

WOK-58: Rotational Path Concept in Removable Partial Denture Design Pt. 1-2
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