classification of dentition defects according to Kennedy and Gavrilov

classification of dentition defects according to Kennedy and Gavrilov

  1. by Kennedy here the link is blocked by the decision of the administration of the project
    DENTAL rows - defects (Kennedy classification). Class I - loss of chewing teeth on both sides. The main design of the prosthesis - labile mount. Branches depart from the main byugel to strengthen artificial teeth on them, restoring the dentition. Class II - one-sided defect of the dentition with the loss of the distal support. The main structure of the prosthesis is the palatinal fixation of the prosthesis on the side of the jaw with preserved teeth and the labile attachment of the prosthesis on the defect side of the dentition. Class III - one-sided defect in the presence of distal support. The main structure of the prosthesis is a removable bridge on the supporting clasps. Class IV - defects in the frontal part of the dentition. The design of the prosthesis is a removable bridge with supporting clasps. The classification of Kenedy dentition defects is original, but not without flaws: extensive, but still does not cover the whole variety of defects, defects are considered without taking into account the position in the dentition of preserved teeth, as well as the condition of the supporting apparatus of the preserved teeth in the jaw and the antagonist dentition eliminates the possibility of using the recommended basic structures of prostheses

    according to Gavrilov here http://spb-mfs.narod.ru/library/adentia.html
    Another well-known classification of dentition defects is the EI Gavrilova 8 classification. It distinguishes four groups of defects:
    Terminal unilateral and bilateral.
    Included (side unilateral, bilateral and front).
    Combined.
    Jaws with singly preserved teeth.

    there is still Wild's classification (ibid, further)
    The classification of Wild 17, 54 defects is close to this classification, in which the following main categories (classes) of partial secondary edentia are distinguished:
    Unilateral or bilateral end defect of the dentition.
    One or more defects included.
    The combination of end (terminal) and included (included) defects of the dentition.
    In recent years, due to the importance of assessing the functional state of the dentition with partial secondary edentulous, modifications according to Wild 17, 54 are increasingly used. When determining patient models taking into account the functional state of the dentition and the possibility of restoring lost functions, which depends on the topography and the number of teeth remaining, it is more convenient to take the principle laid down in the classifications of E. I. Gavrilova and Wilda as a basis.

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