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A comparative clinico-radiographic analysis of horizontal condylar guidance determined by hight tracer, novel indigenous intraoral digitracer and checkbite in complete denture prosthesis

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Dr. Mradul Gupta, Dr. Aparna Barabde, Dr. Ram Thombare, Dr. Ashish Bhagat and Dr. Bhageshree Thombare
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Abstract: 

Purpose of study: All graphic tracings are not necessarily accurate due to difference in skill of dentist, cooperation of patient, complexity of device, relative reliability and ease of recording. An indigenous Digitracer which is smaller and lighter, is provided with personal computer and the sensor portion to serve as a miniature lightweight tracing board connected to the digitizer control circuit set in an extraoral location which gives real values in real time. This clinical study was oriented towards comparing different horizontal condylar guidance registration methods, an traditional Extraoral Hight Gothic arch tracer, a Novel Indigenous Intraoral Digitracer and Checkbite in reproducing HCG on semi-adjustable articulator and critically analyse if any discrepancy would occur in the condylar guidance values when compared on standard cephalometric readings. Materials and Methods: In this study 10 subjects were randomly selected in age group 40-60 years with upper and lower well-formed edentulous arches. All the steps for fabrication of denture till jaw relation were carried out. The centric and protrusive plaster check records were obtained with the three methods. For each patient following readings were recorded. • Horizontal Condylar guidance measured on Hanau wide vue articulator. • Cephalometric horizontal condylar guidance. All data was statistically analysed. Results: • No statistical difference between the cephalometric and articulator values in all the three experimental methods. • No significant difference between among all three methods. Conclusion: The Digitracer is as efficient as other methods in determining the horizontal condylar guidance. Horizontal condylar guidance obtained by Digitracer is as accurate as obtained by standard Lateral Cephalogram.

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