An immediate denture is a prosthesis which is fabricated without a denture try-in procedure in the patient’s mouth and inserted at the same visit immediately after extraction of the teeth. This article
presents an atypical case where the immediate interim denture had to be fabricated while the patient waited in the chair.
Fabrication of a Denture without Try-In
This article first appeared in the Fall, 2016 issue of the Journal of NJDA
At the time the co-author of this article was omitted. Peter Duda, DMD, co-wrote “Fabrication of a Denture without Try-In – Clinical Troubleshooting,” which appeared on pp. 22-23 of the issue. Dr. Duda is an assistant professor in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences, Division of Oral Diagnosis at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. We apologize for the omission.