History of Complete Dentures
Dental replacement stomatitis is an incendiary state of the skin under the false teeth. It can influence both fractional and complete dental replacement wearers, and is most generally seen on the palatal mucosa. Clinically it shows up as straightforward restricted irritation (Type 1), summed up erythema covering the dental replacement bearing territory (Type II) and fiery papillary hyperplasia (Type III). Individuals with dental replacement stomatitis are bound to have precise cheilitis. Dental replacement stomatitis is brought about by a blended contamination of Candida albicans (90%) and various microorganisms like Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Fusobacterium and Bacteroides species.
- Track 1-1 Denture base technology
- Track 2-2 Decisions in Dentistry
- Track 3-3 Partial dentures