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IP Annals of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry


Full mouth occlusal rehabilitation; by Pankey Mann Schuyler philosophy


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Author Details : Jinsa P. Devassy, Ankitha Sivadas, Shabas Muhammed

Volume : 3, Issue : 1, Year : 2017

Article Page : 29-33


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Abstract

Most of the cases with severe attrition of teeth need full mouth occlusal rehabilitation. There are many philosophies to follow for an occlusal rehabilitation, most important among them is Hobo's philosophy and Pankey Mann Schuyler philosophy. Pankey Mann Schuyler philosophy is a simple, organized procedure to follow for the full mouth rehabilitation cases. This article describes a case of full mouth occlusal rehabilitation of a 59 years old male patient who reported with pain over left TMJ region and oral examination revealed severe attrition on lower anterior teeth. The treatment followed Pankey Mann Schuyler philosophy and the occlusal analysis done using Broadrick flag.

Keywords:
Full Mouth Occlusal Rehabilitation, Anterior Guidance, Broadrick Flag, Pankey Mann Schuyler Philosophy

How to cite : Devassy J P, Sivadas A, Muhammed S, Full mouth occlusal rehabilitation; by Pankey Mann Schuyler philosophy. IP Ann Prosthodont Restor Dent 2017;3(1):29-33

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