The guidance flange prosthesis helps in directing the deviating mandible to improve form and function. This case report describes a procedure. Mandibular Guide Flange Prosthesis Following Mandibular Resection: A Clinical Report. SHAILENDRA KUMAR SAHU*. MDS, Senior Lecturer, Dept. of. prosthesis.2 In a mandibular-based guidance prosthesis, the guide flange is attached to a mandibular removable partial denture (RPD) on the nonresected side.
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Definitive guiding flange prosthesis: A definitive approach in segmental mandibulectomy defect
This clinical report gives a brief review of resection guidance prosthesis and describes the fabrication of an acrylic guidance flange prosthesis. Successful intercuspal position was accomplished through the use of the guidance appliance, combined with physiotherapy in a patient who underwent a hemisection of the mandible, subsequent to treatment for an ameloblastoma.
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research [serial online] October [cited: Introduction Surgical treatment for neoplastic lesions of the oral cavity often requires resection involving the mandible, floor of the mouth, tongue and also the palate. In patients who have undergone mandibular resection, the remaining mandibular segment will retrude and deviate towards the surgical side, at the vertical dimension of rest. Upon opening the mouth, this deviation increases, leading to the opening and closing of the angular pathway.
Loss of the proprioceptive sense of occlusion leads to the uncoordinated, less precise movement of the mandible. The absence of the muscle of mastication on the surgical side results in a significant rotation of the mandible upon forceful closure. When viewed from the frontal plane, the teeth on the surgical side of the mandible move away from the maxillary teeth after the initial contact on the nonsurgical side has been established.
As the force of closure is increased, the remaining mandible rotates through the frontal plane.
The severity and permanence of mandibular deviation is highly variable and is dependent upon a number of complex factors such mandibbular the amount of soft and hard tissue resected, the ;rosthesis of closure and so forth. Patients who are closed with a myocutaneous or free flap soon attain an acceptable interocclusal relationship with adjunctive therapy, while some patients who are closed primarily, are never able to achieve an appropriate and a stable interocclusal relationship.
They further stated that fabrication of a provisional guide plane rposthesis the fabrication of proethesis definitive restoration. They claimed that the use of intermaxillary fixation during the first 6 postoperative weeks reduces the degree of deviation.
If some resistance is encountered in positioning the mandible, a guidance ramp of acrylic resin is suggested, as this material can be periodically adjusted as an improved relationship is obtained. They further stated that mandibular guidance therapy begins when the immediate post surgical sequelae have subsided, usually at about two weeks after surgery. Initially, the patient should be placed on an exercise program. Nasrin Sahin et al.
Joshi et al 10 described the fabrication of a mandibular guide flange prosthesis and suggested that a removable prosthesis is an effective alternative for most patients with mandibular defects, considering the poor prognosis, difficulty in decision making for the use of the implant mandibulr economic feasibility.
Prencipe MA et al 11 described a technique by which only 1 mandibular prosthesis can be used both for physiotherapy and eating, by simply inserting and removing the guide flange. Two precision attachments were inserted into buccal surface of the denture base with their mandibulwr and the corresponding matrixes were inserted into the transparent guide flange.