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DL 231 - Removable Partial Denture Technique II


Credit Hours: 1

Continuing study of advanced techniques in removable partial denture design. Laboratory exercises include the use of internal attachments, precision attachments, and advanced clasping techniques.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of surveying and designing by constructing removable partial denture frameworks which require clasping of rotated and tilted teeth;
  • construct removable partial denture frameworks which require the use of tube teeth;
  • construct removable partial denture frameworks which require the use of plastic facings with plastic backings;
  • perform all laboratory procedures necessary to construct partial denture frameworks using the combo-type cast wrought wire clasp;
  • perform all laboratory procedures necessary to construct partial denture frameworks using the combo-type wrought wire clasp soldered to framework;
  • perform quality control inspections of the finished frameworks, troubleshoot errors, and take corrective action when indicated; and
  • mount maxillary and mandibular casts on straight line articulator with trial base plates using plastic or porcelain teeth, process and finish.


Prerequisites: DL 121, DL 122
Concurrent Registration: DL 232
F (S)