Inevitable Landmarks for Inclination of Occlusal Plane in Completely Edentulous Patients- A Literature Review

Background: In traditional prosthodontic rehabilitation, establishing the occlusal plane is a critical step in restoring occlusal contact to its original state in the context of a harmonic stomatognathic system. The orientation of the occlusal plane similar to the natural location

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A Brief Study about Principles of Panoramic Radiography (Orthopantography)

The proximal surfaces of the maxillary posterior teeth overlap, and the temporomandibular joints are rarely depicted in their entirety. The apical areas of the roots and the nasopalatine space, on the other hand, can be detected clearly with this method.

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