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Dental Articulators are devices intended to artificially reproduce the motions and relationships that occur between the upper jaw and the lower jaw of a patient. Dental articulators have evolved in a very remarkable way, from the old ones that were only a hinge, until the most modern, are classified in the following types:. Dental Articulators.
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Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Walker had introduced adjustable condylar guides, George Snow, the facebow, and Carl Christensen, a method for clinically measuring the condylar inclines.
The collection has been on display at the School of Dentistry since Articulators are singular indicators of the nature of the changes and progress of dental instrumentation due the profession's better understanding of mandibular movement and occlusion over the past years, and as such, they are important historical artifacts. Inthe School of Dentistry was awarded a TexTreasures Grant from the Texas State Libraries and Archives Commission to photograph and record digital video of these articulators and to catalog them.
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An articulator is a mechanical device used in dentistry to which casts of the maxillary upper and mandibular lower teeth are fixed, reproducing recorded positions of the mandible in relation to the maxilla. An articulator assists in the fabrication of removable prosthodontic appliances denturesfixed prosthodontic restorations crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays and orthodontic appliances. An articulator which is adjustable in one or more, but not all of the following areas: condylar angle, Bennett side-shift, incisal and cuspid guidance, and shape of the glenoid fossae and eminintiae. By nature, this sort of articulator's use is only meaningful if the position of the maxillae are duplicated with respect to the hinge axis of the mandibular condyles.