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Anatomy; Dental Assistants; Dental Evaluation; Dental 
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This dental training films catalog is organized into 
two sections. Section 1 is a category Jistirg cf the films by number 
and title , indexed according to generalized headings; categories are 
as follow- anatomy , articulator systems* cemple te dentures, dental 
assisting, dental laboratory technology, dental materials, dental 
office e me igencies , diagnosis/oral pathology, endoden^ics , esthetics, 
^ix^d partial dentures, hosp tial dentistry* ma xillo-f acial 
prcsthod on tic s , occlusion w operative dentistry r oral radiology, oral 
surgery , patient education, periodontics, preventive dentistry, 
removable partial dentures, and miscellanecui* Those films which are 
suitable fcr inclusion within more than one category are indexed 
und«t multiple headings as appropriate. Section II is a numerical 
listing of all the currently available films.. Each entry includes the 
film numbe t 9 title , .brief synopsis, running time, name of the 
cooperating author and ^ he catalog nunber cf the Veteran's ' 
Ad si nist ra ti on issued video cassette which includes that program, 
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VETERANS 
ADMINISTRATION 



March 1979 



Dental Training Films 



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INDEX 



SECTION 1 

Section 1 is a category listing of the films by number and title, 
indexed according to generalized headings, as listed below. 

ANATOMY 

ARTICULATOR SYSTEMS 

COMPLETE DENTURES 

DENTAL ASSISTING 

DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY 

DENTAL MATERIALS 

DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES 

DIAGNOSIS/ORAL PATHOLOGY 

ENDODONTICS 

ESTHETICS 

FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 
HOSPITAL DENTISTRY 
MAXILLO-FACIAL PROSTHODONTICS 
OCCLUSION 

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 
ORAL RADIOLOGY 
ORAL SURGERY 
PATIENT EDUCATION 
PERIODONTICS 
PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY 
REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES 
MISCELLANEOUS 

For convenience in using this catalog, those films which are suitable 
for inclusion within more than one category are indexed under multiple 
headings, as appropriate. 



SECTION 2 

Section 2 is a numerical listing of all the currently available films. 
Each entry includes! film number, title, brief synopsis, running time, 
name of the cooperating author and the catalog number of the V.A, issued 
video cassette which includes that program, 



March 1979 



ANATOMY 



8D-47 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


Lateral Neck, Superficial Structures 


80-48 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck -- 


Boundaries of the Carotid Triangle 


8D-49 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck -- 


The Carotid Triangle 


80-50 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


The Tracheal Triangle 


80-51 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


The Submental Triangle 


8D-62 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck 


Submandibular Triangle 


8D-71 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


The Thyroid Area 


80-80 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


The Parotid Gland and Facial Nerve 


8D-81 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck -- 


The Pharynx-Topographical Anatomy 


80-82 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


Temporomandibular Joint 


8D-1Q8 


- Anatomy of the 


Head 


and 


Neck — 


Masseter and Temporal Muscles 


80-109 


- Anatomy of the Head 
Infrapterygoi d 


and 


Neck -- 


Pterygoid Muscles and 



8D- 147 - Velopharyngeal Closure in Speech and Deglutition 
80-318 - Gow- Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 



ARTICULATOR SYSTEMS 

80-117 - Mounting of Casts in a Semi-Adjustable Articulator and Use of 
Bite Planes 

8D-144 - Setting an Adjustable Articulator to Positional Records, Part I 

8D-145 - Setting an Adjustable Articulator to Positional Records, Part II 

D-75-258 - The Denar System - Part I - An Introduction 

D-75-259 - The Denar System - part II - Initial Reference and Clutch 
Construction 

D-7S-28Q - The Denar System - Part III - Pantographic Recording 

D-75-201 - The Denar System - Part IV - Transfer of Pantograph to 
Articulator 

D-75-262 - The Denar System - Part V - Articulator Manipulation 

D-75-263 - The Denar System - Part VI - Articulator Adjustment 

D-76-278 - The Denar System of Occlusal Treatment - Part VII - Field 
Inspection Gage 

D- 76-779 - The Denar System of Occlusal Treatment - Part VIII - Two- Instrument 
System 

0-76-283 - Gnathologic Instrumentation - Engraved Recordings 



COMPLETE DENTURES 

8D-65 - A Pre-extf action Record of Vertical Dimension Using Plaster 
Bandage 

w 8D-73 - Thanks for the Dinner 

80-74 - Final Maxillary Impressions for Complete Dentures 

80-76 - Final Mandibular Impressions for Complete Dentures 

80-110 - Use of Pressure Indicating Paste During the Delivery of Dentures 

80-111 - Fluid Resin Technique for Processing Complete Dentures 

SD-134 - Vertical Dimension In Complete Dentures 

80-135 - Centric Relation 

8 EM 36 - Centric Check Bite Procedure 

80-141 - Preparation of the Immediate Denture for Delivery 

80-142 - Positive Duplication of the Natural Dentition for the Immediate 
Denture Patient, Part I 

80=143 - Positive Duplication of the Natural Dentition for the Immediate 
Denture Patient, Part II 

80-1 50 - Sectional Tray Impression for Maxillary Immediate Denture 

80-165 ~ Esthetics in Complete Dentures, Part I — Anterior Tooth Size 

80-166 - Esthetics in Complete Dentures, Part II -- Anterior Tooth Color 

80-204 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part I 

80-205 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part II 

80-206 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part III 

80-218 - Setting the Maxillary Anterior Teeth 

SD-219 - Setting the Mandibular Anterior Teeth 

8D-22Q - Setting the Posterior Teeth 

8D-221 - Waxing Procedure for Setting Teeth 

0-75-252 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Ineisal Edge Contour - Anterior Teeth 

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D-75-253 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Gingival Contour 

0-75-265 - An Overdenture Technique - Part I - Diagnosis 

D-75-266 - An Overdenture Technique - Part II - Treatment Procedures 

75-267 - An Overdenture Technique - Part III - Laboratory Procedures, 
Denture Insertion & Oral Hygiene 

D-75-271 - Construction of Impression Trays for the Edentulous Patients 

D-75-272 « Construction of Spaced Impression Trays for the Edentulous Patient 

D-76-273 - Fabrication of Record Bases 

D-76-280 - Vertical Relation of Occlusion by the Patient's Neuromuscular 
Perception 

D-77-306 - Double Lingual Frenotomy to Correct the Effects of a Retracted 
Tongue Position 

D- 78-314 - Preventing Cross Contamination in Removable Prosthodontics 
Delivery - Adjustments 

D-78-315 - Preliminary Impressions for Complete Dentures 

D-78-316 - The Neutral Zone In Complete Dentures - Part I , Clinical 
Procedures 

D-78-317 = The Neutral Zone in Complete Dentures - Part II, Laboratory 
Procedures 



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DENTAL ASSISTING 



BD-S - Intra-Oral Roentgenography, Part I = - Principles of X-Rad1ation 

8D-9 - Intra-Oral Roentgenography, Part II « Long Cone Technique 

8D-1Q - Panoramic Radiography Operating Procedure for Panorex 

8D-17 - Anatomic Landmarks In Panorex Radiography 

8D-63 - Silicate Cement 

SD-124 - Sit Down, Doctor—and Live! 

8D-151 - Introduction to Extra-Oral Radiography — The Film Cassette 

80-152 - Extra-Oral Radiography — Standard Lateral jaw 

8D-153 - Extra-Oral Radiography " Anterior Lateral jaw 

8D-154 - Extra-Oral Radiography — Posterior Lateral Jaw 

8D-155 - Extra-Oral Radiography The Mandibular Condyle 

8D-156 - Extra-Oral Radiography « Tempo romandi bul ar Joint Survey 

8D-158 - Interproximal (Bite Wing) Radiography 

8D-159 - Occlusal Radiography, Part I — Introduction and Maxillary 
Projections 

8D-169 - Alginate Impression and the Dental Assistant 

8D-1 74 - Occlusal Radiography, Part II — Mandibular Projections 

8D-187 - Instrument Exchange in Four-Handed Dentistry 

8D-192 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning Indicating 
Device Anterior Teeth 

8D-193 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning Indicating 
Device -- Posterior Teeth 

8D-194 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device -- Anterior Teeth 

8D-195 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device -- Posterior Teeth 



(Continued) 



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SD-196 - Bisecting Angle Intraoral Radiography with Rinn Circular 
Positioning Indicating Device, 'Part I — Anterior Teeth 

80-197 - Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning 
Indicating Device Posterior Teeth 

80-198 - Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Anterior Teeth 

8D-199 - Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device Posterior Teeth 

80-200 - Bi tewing Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning Indicating 
Device — Conventional and Modified 

80-201 - Bi tewing Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning Indicating 
Device 

8D-2Q2 - Radiography of the Temporomandibular Joints 

80-203 - Radiography of the Mandibular Ramus with the Panorex Unit 

80-238 - Nursing Care of the Oral Surgery Patient 

D-75-251 - The Problem Oriented Medical Record - Dental Utilization 

D-75^271 - Construction of Impression Trays for the Edentulous Patients 

D-75-272 - Construction of Spaced Impression Trays for the Edentulous 
Patient 

0-76-273 - Fabrication of Record Bases 

D-76-274 - Dental Assistant Utilization - Rubber Base Impression Procedure 

0-78-275 - Dental Assistant Utilization - Amalgam Procedure 

0-76*276 - Dental Assistant Utilization - Endodontics - Initial Visit 

0*76-277 - Dental Assistant Utilization - Endodontics - Filling the Root 
Canal 

0-77-308 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I. P.) Part I - Principles 

0-77-309 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I. P.) Part I! - Anterior 

D-77-31 0 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I, P.) Part III - Posterior 



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(Continued 

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D-77-311 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V. I. P.) Part IV - Vertical Bite-Wings 

D-77-312 - Radiation Hygiene - Double Collimatlon 



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DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY 



- Semi- Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facings, Pontic Preparation " Labial Contour Gingival 
Adaptation 

■ Seml-Inmediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facings, Preparation of Pontics for Pin Reception and 
Lingual Contour 

Semi -Immedi ate Anterior Fixed Partial Denture with Reverse 
Pin Facing, Assembly of Bridge and Delivery to Patient 

Semi -Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facing — Impression Procedures, Preparation of the Dies, 
and Waxing Retainers 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge — Temporary Bridge, Impressions 
and Construction of Master Cast 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge — Wax-up of Bridge Using a 
Cone Technique to Develop a Harmonious Occlusal Pattern 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge — Pontic Preparation, 
Bridge Assembly, and Cementation 

Fluid Resin Technique for Processing Complete Dentures 

Casting of Dental Gold Alloys « Thermal Expansion Technique 

Porcelain-Fused-to-Gold Crowns and Bridges, Part II — 
Gingival Retraction and Die Preparation 

Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part I 

Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part II 

Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part III 

Setting the Maxillary Anterior Teeth 

Setting the Mandibular Anterior Teeth 

Setting the Posterior Teeth 

Waxing Procedure for Setting Teeth 

Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part II Laboratory Phase, Construction of Framework 



(Continued) * 



Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part III — Veneering with Porcelain 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part I Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration of Occlusal 
Curve 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 2 Construction and Insertion of Temporary Bridge and 
Preparation of Dies 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 3 Waxing of Dies and Try-In of Castings 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 4 Bridge Completions Assembly and Insertion 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part I - Waxing on Mounted Casts 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part II - Semi-Direct Waxing 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part III - Try-In and Adjustment 

Complete Denture Esthetics - Incisal Edge Coutour - Anterior Teeth 

Complete Denture Esthetics - Gingival Contour 

Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges * Part I - 
Coping Construction 

Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges, Part II - 
Anterior 

Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges, Part III - 
Posterior 

An Overdenture Technique - Part III - Laboratory Procedures , 

Denture Insertion & Oral Hygiene 

Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part I - Placing the Wax Cusp Cones 

Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part II - Forming the Stamp Cusps 

Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part III - Forming the Shear Cusps 

Construction of Impression Trays for the Edentulous Patients 



1? 



(Continued) 



D-75-272 - Construction of Spaced Impression Trays for the Edentulous Patient 
D -76-273 - Fabrication of Record Bases 

D-76^291 ^ A Reverse Three-quarter Crown for Non-Parallel Abutments - 
| Part Three - Laboratory Fabrication, and Insertion Procedures 

D-77-301 - Complete Arch Casts with Removable Dies 

D-77-3Q2 - Porcelain Jacket Crown - Part I - The Matrix 

D-77-303 - Porcelain Jacket Crown - Part II - Porcelain Build-Up 

0^77^304 - Porcelain Fused to Metal, Vita System - Part I - The Single Crown 

D-77-305 - Porcelain Fused to Metal, Vita System - Part II - Multiple Unit 
Restoration 

D-78-314 - Preventing Cross Contamination in Removable Prosthodontics - 
Delivery - Adjustments 

D-78-31 7 - The Neutral Zone in Complete Dentures - Part II , Laboratory 
Procedures 



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DENTAL MATERIALS 

80-63 - Silicate Cement 

80-110 - Use of pressure Indicating Paste During the Delivery of Dentures 

8D-111 - Fluid Resin Technique for Processing Complete Dentures 

80-138 - Casting of Dental Gold Alloys — Thermal Expansion Technique 

80-169 - Alginate Impression and the Dental Assistant 

80- 207 - Amalgam Cavity Preparation Modified Outline Form - Placement of 
Liner, Bases, and Pins 

80-208 - Amalgam Alloys Dispensing Systems Disposable Capsules and 
Amalgamator 

8D-2Q9 - Contour Amalgam Matrix Wedging-Condensing Methods, Carving and 
Pol ishing 

8D-21 0 - Composites > Reviewing of Types , Pulp Protection, Etching and Pin 
Technique, Placement and Finishing 

8D-211 - Cementation, Properties of Luting Cements - Mixing Techniques - 
Pulp Production - Casting Displacement Problems - Etching 
Technique 

D-78- 31 9 - The Use of Plastic Sealants In Preventive Dentistry 



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DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES 

Dental Office Emergencies , Part I 

Dental Office Emergencies s Part II 

Dental Office Emergencies, Part III 

Dental Office Emergencies > Part IV 



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DIAGNOSIS/ORAL PATHOLOGY 

80-12 - Oral Cancer « Intra-Oral Examination 

8D-38 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology RadioTucencies, Part I 

80-39 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology Radiolucencies, Part II 

8D-40 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology Radiepacities 

8D-86 - Surgical Excision of Oral Leukoplakia 

80-97 - Enucleation of a Dentigerous Cyst of the Maxilla 

8D-1I3 - Phase Microscopy In the Diagnosis of Thrush 

8D-123 - Oral Exfoliative Cytology 

80-171 - In Vivo Staining of Intra-Oral Dysplastlc Change 

80-225 - Excision of Benign Soft Tissue Lesion of the Oral Cavity 



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ENDODONTICS 
8D-13 - Surgical Endodontics 

8D-98 - Bleaching the Endodontical ly Treated Discolored Tooth 

80-106 - Endodontic Therapy, Asymptomatic Periapical Pathosis 
Non»Surgieal Approach 

80-112 - The Retrograde Amalgam in Endodontics 

80-188 - Endodontics - Preparation of the Root Canal, Part I 

8D-189 - Endodontics - Preparation of the Root Canal, Part II 

80-190 - Endodontics - Filling the Root Canal 

80-191 - Endodontics - Filling the Root Canal — Bicuspid Teeth 

80-212 - Endodontics - Part I, Diagnosis and Case Selection 

80-213 - Endodontics - Part II, Diagnosis and Case Selection 

8D-214 - Endodontics - Pulp Morphology anx Effective Access - Part I 
Anterior Teeth 

80-215 - Endodontics - Pulp Morphology and Effective Access - Part II — 
Bicuspid Teeth 

80-216 - Endodontics - Pulp Morphology and Effective Access - Part III -- 
Molar Teeth 

80-222 - Enucleation of Apical Cyst and Replacement of Retrograde Amalgam 
80,-235 - Root Amputation of Maxillary 1st Molar, Mesial Buccal Root 
80-236 - Root Amputation of Maxillary Molar, Distal Buccal Root 
80-237 - Hemlsection of Mandibular Molar 

D-76-287 - Endodontics - Root Canal Preparation for Vertical Condensation 

D- 76-288 - Endodontics - Vertical Condensation of Gutta-Percha Fill inq 
Material 

D- 78-313 - Endodontics - A Retrograde Amalgam Procedure 

D-78-318 - Sow-Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 

D-78-320 - Post Reinforcement - Principles and Armamentarium 

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(Continued) 



ESTHETICS 

80-41 - Semi -Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 

Pin Facings, Pontic Preparation Labial Contour Gingival 
Adaptation 

80-42 - Semi -Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 

Pin Facings, Preparation of Pontics for Pin Reception and 
Lingual Contour 

80-43 - Semi-Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 

Pin Facings, Assembly of Bridge and Delivery to Patient 

80-98 - Bleaching the Endodontical ly Treated Discolored Tooth 

8D-142 - Positive Duplication of the Natural Dentition for the Immediate 
Denture Patient, Part I 

8D-143 * Positive Duplication of the Natural Dentition for the Immediate 
Denture Patient, Part II 

8D-165 - Esthetics in Complete Dentures, Part I Anterior Tooth Size 

8D-166 - Esthetics in Complete Dentures, Part II - Anterior Tooth Color 

8D-204 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part I 

8D-20S - Complete Denture Esthetics - Tooth Arrangement - Part II 

80-206 - Complete Denture Esthetics Tooth Arrangement - Part III 

8D-218 - Setting the Maxillary Anterior Teeth 

80-219 - Setting the Mandibular Anterior Teeth 

80-221 - Waxing Procedure for Setting Teeth 

80-227 - Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part I Preparation & Ternporization 

80-228 - Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part II -- Laboratory Phase, Construction of Framework 

80-229 - Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System, Part 111 -- Veneering with Porcelain 

D-75-252 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Incisal Edge Contour - Anterior 
Teeth 

D-75-253 - Complete Denture Esthetics - Gingival Contour 



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FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 



- Gingival Retraction 

- Extra-Oral Parallel Pin Procedure 

• Horizontal Pin Splinting for Anterior Teeth 

Semi- Immediate Anterior Ffxed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facings, Pontic Preparation — Labial Contour Gingival 
Adaptation 

Semi-Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facings, Preparation of Pontics for Pin Reception and 
Lingual Contour 

Semi- Immediate Anterior Fixed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facing, Assembly of Bridge and Delivery to, Patient 

Semi- Immediate Anterior Fi^ed Partial Dentures with Reverse 
Pin Facing — Impression Procedures * Preparation of the Dies, 
and Waxing Retainers 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge Abutment Preparation 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge — Temporary Bridge, Impressions , 
and Construction of Master Cast 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge Wax-up of Bridge Using a 
Cone Technique to Develop a Harmonious Occlusal Pattern 

Construction of a Five-Unit Bridge Pontic Preparation, Bridge 
Assembly, and Cementation 

Porcelain-Fused-to-Gold Crowns and Bridges, Part I Tooth 
Prepa ration 

Porcelain-Fused-to-Gold Crowns and' Bridges, Part II Gingival 
Retraction and Die Preparation 

Cementation, Properties of luting Cements - Mixing Techniques - 
Pulp Production * Casting Displacement Problems - Et thing 
Technique 

Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part I ~~ Preparation A Temper izat ion 

Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture Esthetic Control 
System - Part II — Laboratory Phase* Construction of Framework 



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(Continued ) 



8D-229 - Porcelain Fused to Gold, Fixed Partial Denture, Esthetic Control 
System - Part III — Veneering with Porcelain 

80-231 - Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part I — Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration of Occlusal 
Curve 

80-232 - Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 2 Construction and Insertion of Temporary Bridge and 
Preparation of Dies 

80-233 - Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 3-' -- Waxing of Dies and Try- In of Castings 

80-234 - Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 4 — Bridge Completion, .Assembly and Insertion 

D-75-254 - Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges, Part I - 
Coping Construction 

D-75-255 - Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges, Part II - 
Anterior 

0-75-256 - Waxing Technique for Resin Veneered Fixed Bridges, Part III - 
Posterior 

D- 75-268 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part I - Placing the Max Cusp Cones 

0-75-269 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part II - Forming the Stamp Cusps 

D-75-270 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part III - Forming the Shear Cusps 

0-76-289 - A Reverse Three-quarter Crown for Non-Parallel Abutments - 
Part One - Treatment Planning and Tooth Preparation 

D-76-290 - A Reverse Three-Quarter Crown for Non-Parallel Abutments - 
Part Two - Impression, jaw Relation Record and Temporary 
Coverage 

0-76-291 - A Reverse Three-quarter Crown for Non-Parallel Abutments - 

Part Three - Laboratory Fabrication, and Insertion Procedures 

D-76-294 - Parallel Pin Retention for a Full Crown 
D-76-295 - Pin Retained Foundation for a Full Crown 
D-77-301 - Complete Arch Casts with Removable Dies 

PA 



(Continued) 



0-78*321 - Post Reinforcement of Tooth with Endodontics and Full Crown 
Preparation 

0-78-322 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part One - Composite Core 

0-78-323 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Two - Direct 
Cast Core 

D-78-324 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Three - Indirect 
Cast Core 

D- 78-325 - Post Reinforcement for Bicuspid Teeth 

0-78-326 - Post Reinforcement for Molar Teeth 

D- 78-327 - Post Reinforcement for Repair of Fixed Prosthesis 



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HOSPITAL DENTISTRY 

80-12 - Oral Cancer - Intra-Qral Examination 
80-31 - Why Am I Here? 
80-102 - Dental Office Emergencies, Part I 
SP-103 - Dental Office Emergencies, Part II 
8D-104 - Dental Office Emergencies, Part III 
SD-1 05 ~ Dental Office Emergencies, Part IV 
SD-115 - Oral Hygiene for the Total Care Patient 
8D-238 - Nursing Care of the Oral Surgery Patient 
8D-25Q ^ Diet & Dental Health 

D-75-251 - The Problem Oriented Medical Record - Dental Utilization 
D-75-257 « That's What We* re Here For 

D-76-285 - Preventive Dentistry - A Hospital Based Program 

0-78-314 - Preventing Cross Contamination in Removable Prosthodontlcs 
Delivery - Adjustments 



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MAXILIQ- FACIAL PROSTHODONTICS 

8D-147 - Velopharyngeal Closure in Speech and Deglutition 
80^157 - Facial Moulage Impression 



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OCCLUSION 

■ Dynamics of Occlusion — Nomenclature 

■ Dynamics of Occlusion — Mandibular Teeth 

Dynamics of Occlusion — Maxillary Teeth 

Dynamics of Occlusion — A Laboratory Exercise Demonstrating 
the Principles of Occlusal Adjustment 

Examination of Occlusion 

Mounting of Casts in a Semi-Adjustable Articulator and Use of 
Bite Planes 

Occlusal Adjustment, Part I — Centric 

Occlusal Adjustment, Part II — Lateral and Protrusive Excursions 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part I Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration of Occlusal 
Curve 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 2 — Construction and Insertion of Temporary Bridge and 
Preparation of Dies 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 3 — Waxing of Dies and Try-In of Castings 

Occlusal Reconstruction and Restoration with Fixed Prosthesis - 
Part 4 Bridge Completion, Assembly and Insertion 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part I - Waxing on Mounted Casts 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part II - Semi-Direct Waxing 

Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part III - Try-In and Adjustment 

The Denar System - Part I - An Introduction 

The Denar System - Part II - Initial Reference and Clutch Construction 
The Denar System - Part III - Pantographic Recording 
The Denar System - Part IV - Transfer of Pantograph to Articulator 
The Denar System - Part V - Articulator Manipulation 



(Continued) 



D-77-302 - Porcelain Jacket Crown - Part I - The Matrix 

0-77-303 - Porcelain Jacket Crown - Part II - Porcelain Build-Up 

0-77-304 - Porcelain Fused to Metal, Vita System - Part I - The Single 
Crown 

D-7 7-305 - Porcelain Fused 'to Metal, Vita System - Part II - Multiple 
Unit Restoration 

D-78-31 8 - Gow-Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 

0-78-320 - Post Reinforcement - Principles and Armamentarium 

0-78-321 - Post Reinforcement of Tooth with Endodontics and Full Crown 
Preparation 

0-78-322 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part One - Composite Cor 

0-78-323 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Two - Direct Cast 
Core 

0-78-324 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Three - Indirect 
Cast Core 

0-78-325 - Post Reinforcement for Bicuspid Teeth 

0-78-326 - Post Reinforcement for Molar Teeth 

0-78-327 - Post Reinforcement for Repair of Fixed Prosthesis 



operative dentistry 

80-63 - Silicate Cement 

80-207 - Amalgam Cavity Preparation Modified Outline Form - Placement 
of Liner, Bases* and Pins 

80-208 - Amalgam Alloys - Dispensing Systems , Disposable Capsules and 
Amalgamator 

80-209 - Contoured Amalgam Matrix Wedglng-Condenslng Methods, Carving 
and Polishing 

80-210 - Composites * Reviewing of Types, Pulp Protection Etching and Pin 
Technique, Placement and Finishing 

80-211 - Cementation, Properties of Luting Cements - Mixing Techniques - 
Pulp Protection - Casting Displacement Problems - Etching 
Technique 

0-76-292 - pin Retention for Amalgam Restoration 

0-76-293 - Pin Retention for Class V Restoration 

0-76-294 - Parallel Pin Retention for a Full Crown 

0-76-295 - Pin Retained Foundation for a Full Crown 

D-78-318 - Gow- Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 

D- 78-31 9 - The Use of Plastic Sealants in Preventive Dentistry 

0-78-320 - Post Reinforcement - Principles and Armamentarium 

D- 78-321 - Post Reinforcement of Tooth with Endodontics and Full Crown 
Preparation 

0-78-322 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part One - Composite Core 

D-78-323 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Two - Direct Cast 
Core 

0-78-324 - Post Reinforcement for Anterior Teeth - Part Three - Indirect 
Cast Core 

D- 78-325 - Post Reinforcement for Bicuspid Teeth 

D-78-326 - Post Reinforcement for Molar Teeth 

D- 78-327 - Post Reinforcement for Repair of Fixed Prosthesis 



ORAL RADIOLOGY 



8D-8 - Intra-Oral Roentgenography, Part I Principles of X-Radiation 

$ 8P-9 - Intra-Oral Roentgenography* Part II - Long Cone Technique 

80=10 - Panoramic Radiography -- Operating Procedure for Panorex 

8D-1 7 - Anatomic Landmarks in Panorex Radiography 

8D-38 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology Radiol ucencies , Part I 

8D-39 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology Radiol ucencies , Part II 

8D-40 - Panographic Diagnostic Pathology Radlopaci ties 

80=151 - Introduction to Extra-Oral Radiography -- The Film Cassette 

8D-152 - Extra-Oral Radiography Standard Lateral Jaw 

8D-1 53 - Extra-Oral Radiography Anterior Lateral Jaw 

8D-154 - Extra-Oral Radiography — Posterior Lateral Jaw 

8D-1 55 - Extra-Oral Radiography The Mandibular Condyle 

8D-156 - Extra-Oral Radiography Temporomandibular Joint Survey 

8D-158 - Interproximal (Bite Wing) Radiography 

8D-1 59 - Occlusal Radiography, Part I — Introduction and Maxillary Projections 

8D-174 - Occlusal Radiography, Part II -- Mandibular Projections 

8D-192 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning Indicating 
Device Anterior Teeth 

8D-193 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning Indicating 
Device — Posterior Teeth 

8D-194 - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Anterior Teeth 

8D-19S - Right Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Posterior Teeth 

) 8D-196 - Bisecting Angle Intra-Oral Radiography with Rinn Circular 
Positioning Indicating Device, Part I Anterior Teeth 



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8D-197 - Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Circular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Posterior Teeth 

8D-198 - Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Anterior Teeth 

80*199 ^ Bisecting Angle Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning 
Indicating Device — Posterior Teeth 

8D-200 - Bltewlng Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning Indicating 
Device — Conventional and Modified 

BD-201 - Bltewlng Radiography with Rinn Rectangular Positioning Indicating 
Device 

8D-2Q2 - Radiography of the Temporomandibular Joints 

BD-203 - Radiography of the Mandibular Ramus with the Panorex Unit 

D-77-308 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I. P.) Part I - Principles 

D-77-3Q9 - Right-Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I. P.) Part II - Anterior 

D-77-310 - Right Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I. P. ) Part III - Posterior 

D-77-311 - Right Angle Radiography with the Versatile Intra-Oral Positioner 
(V.I.PJ Part IV - Vertical Bite-Wings 

D-77-312 - Radiation Hygiene - Double Col lima ti on 



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D-75-263 - The Denar System - Part VI - Articulator Adjustment 

D-75-268 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part I - Placing the Wax Cusp Cones 

$0-75-269 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part II - Forming the Stamp Cusps 

0-75-270 - Additive Wax Method of Forming an Harmonious Occlusion - 
Part III - Forming the Shear Cusps 

0-76-278 - The Denar System of Occlusal Treatment - Part VII - Field Inspection 
Gage 

0-76-279 - The Denar System of Occlusal Treatment - Part VIII - Two-Instrument 
System 

D- 76-283 - Gnathologic Instrumentation - Engraved Recordings 



8D-176 - Surgical Escision of Mandibular Tori 

80*181 - Anterior Maxillary Ostectomy and Closure of Diastema 

8D-222 - Enucleation of Apical Cyst and Replacement of Retrograde Amalgam 

8D-223 - Surgical Correction of Ankyl oglossia 

BD-224 - Surgical Removal of Mesio-Angular Impacted Third Molar 

8D-223 - Excision of Benign Soft Tissue Lesion of the Oral Cavity 

8D-226 « Surgical Removal of Vertically Impacted Upper Second and Lower 
Third Molars 

8D-230 - Intra-Oral Reduction of Symphysis Fractures 

80=235 - Root Amputation of Maxillary 1st Molar, Mesial Buccal Root 

8D-236 - Root Amputation of Maxillary Molar, Distal Buccal Root 

8D-237 - Hemiseetlon of Mandibular Molar 

8D-238 - Nursing Care of the Oral Surgery Patient 

D-76-296 - Temporomandibular Joint Arthroplasty 

D-77-297 - Mandibular Vestibuloplasty with Skin Graft 

D-77-306 - Double Lingual Frenotomy to Correct the Effects of a Retracted 
Tongue Position 

D-77-307 - Lingual Delivery of Impacted Mandibular Third Molars 
D-78-31 3 - Endodontics - A Retrograde Amalgam Procedure 
D-78^318 - Gow-Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 



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PATIENT EDUCATION 



O U~ J 1 


- wny Mm l nere i 




8D-73 


* i rtariKs Tur ine uinner 




7Q 


- Gail's Awakening 




Q D- 1 4A 


- i ne Kignt unoice 




RD-1 Rfi 

□ u - 1 uu 


- 1 00 LnDrusm ng i =»- ui rcu 1 


ar Scrub Method 


Qy H 1 U | 


louLnDrusni ng 11 - — bass 


or Intracrevicul ar Method 




uum i ruuD i e j wna l is it 5 


Doctor? 


LJ l_J | y 


- L/el! Ld 1 r I Oi 5 






* uenta i neai zn - Mossing 




80-247 


- Dental Health - Brushing 




80-248 


- Dental Health and You 




80-249 


- Dental Health Quiz 




80-250 


- Diet & Dental Health 




D-76-286 


- Gel Trays in Oral Hygiene 





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PERIODONTICS 

- The Gingivae tomy Procedure to Eliminate Suprabony Pockets 

- Double Papillae Repositioned Flap In Periodontal Therapy 

- Osseous Surgery in the Maxilla — Suturing Technique, Part II 

- Apically Repositioned Partial Thickness Flap to Eliminate an 

Infrabony Pocket 

Free Osseous Tissue Autograft to Eliminate an Infrabony Pocket 
The Gingival Autograft in Periodontics 

Circumferential Intracoronal Temporary Immobilization Technique 
Osseous Surgery in the Maxilla, Part I 
Pedicle Flap from Edentulous Area 
The Palatal Flap In Periodontics 

Treatment of Infrabony Pocket with Three Osseous Walls 

Laterally Positioned Flap in Periodontics 

Management of the Tuberosity Area in Periodontics 

Contiguous Osseous Tissue Autograft In Periodontics 

Elimination of a Shallow Infrabony Pocket In Retromolar Area 
by Osteotomy 

Periodontal Examination, Part I — Examination Procedures 

Periodontal Examination, Part II — Charting 

Subgingival Curettage 

Lateral Sliding Flap 

Double Papillae Repositioned Flap 

Initial or Hygienic Phase of Periodontal Therapy 

Glngivectomy 

Sliding Flap with Free Gingival Graft 

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(Continued) 



ORAL SURGERY 



Surgi cal Endodontics 

Closure of Antra-Oral Fistula by Rotation of Pedicle Palatal Flap 
Surgical Reduction of the Maxillary Tuberosity 
Extraction of Maxillary Teeth — Surgical Preparation 
Extraction of Mandibular Teeth — Surgical Preparation 
Surgical Removal of Impacted Maxillary Third Molar 
Surgical Removal of Impacted Mandibular Third Molar 
Enucleation of a Mandibular Radicular Cyst, 

Usa of Malleable Mesh in the Reduction and Fixation of Jaw Fracture 

Immediate Custom Implant of the Mandible 

Reduction of Zygomatic Arch Fracture 

Surgical Excision of Oral Leukoplakia 

Marsupialization of an Anterior Maxillary Cyst 

Open Reduction and Fixation of a Fracture of Mandible at the 
Angle — The Submandibular Approach 

Enucleation of a Dentigerous Cyst of the Maxilla 

Intra-Oral Fixation of Jaw Fractures , Part I 

Intra-Oral Fixation of Jaw Fractures, Part II 

Reduction and Fixation of Middle Third Fractures of the Face -- 
Lateral Orbital Rim Approach 

Surgical Treatment for Ankylosis of the Temporomandibular Joint 

Surgical Implant Replacement of the Fractured Displaced Condyle 

Surgical Replacement of the Mandible with Stainless Steel Mesh 

Free Graft of Palatal Mucosa in Mandibular Vestlbuloplasty 

Surgical Excision of Maxillary Torus 



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(Continued) 



8D-146 - Free Gingival Graft 
80-7 70 - Reverse Bevel Flap 

80-235 - Root Amputation of Maxillary 1st Molar, Mesial Buccal Root 
80-236 - Root Amputation of Maxillary Molar, Distal Buccal Root 
80-237 - Hemisection of Mandibular Molar 

8D-239 - Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part I - Waxing on Mounted Casts 
80-240 - Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part II - Semi-Direct Waxing 
80-241 - Fabrication of Bite Planes, Part III - Try-In and Adjustment 
80-242 - Distal Wedge Maxilla 

80-243 - Scaling and Root Planing, Part I - Maxillary Teeth 
80-244 - Scaling and Root Planing, Part II - Mandibular Teeth 
80-245 . - Gingival and Bone Grafting for New Attachment 
D-76-281 - Distal Wedge - Mandible 

0-76-282 - Dlsto-Buccal Free Gingival Graft - Mandibular Third Molar 

0-76-284 - Alveolar Ridge Reduction for Pocket Elimination 

0-77-298 - Modified Widman Flap (Revised) 

D- 77-299 - Bone Graft Into an Infrabony Pocket 

D-77-300 - Surgical Elimination of Periodontal' Pockets 

D- 78-318 - Gow- Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 



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PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY 



8D-31 


- Why Am I Hera? 


80-73 


- Thanks for the Dinner 


80-79 


- Gail 's Awakening 


80-115 


- Oral Hygiene for the Total Care Patient 


80-148 


- The Right Choice 


80-160 


- Toothbrush ing I -- Circular Scrub Method 


80-161 


- Toothbrushing II -- Bass or Intracrevicular Method 


8D-162 


- Gum Trouble, What is it, Doctor? 


80-164 


- Dental Floss 


80-246 


- Dental Health - Flossing 


80-247 


- Dental Health - Brushing 


80-248 


- Dental Health and You 


80-249 


- Dental Health Quiz 


80-250 


- Diet & Dental Health 


0-76-285 


- Preventive Dentistry - A Hospital Based Program 


D-76-286 


- Gel Trays in Oral Hygiene 


0-78-319 


- The Use of Plastic Sealants In Preventive Dentistry 



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35 



REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES 



• Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -- Recording the 

Edentulous Ridge Contour and Correctable Wax Impression 

• Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -- Clinical and 

Laboratory Procedures and the Occlusal Path Record 

• Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type — Clinical and 

Laboratory Procedures, Preliminary examination, and 
Procedures for Diagnosis 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -- Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures, Preliminary Survey of Study Cast, 
Tentative Design, and Detailed Treatment Planning 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -- Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures — Mouth Preparation Procedures 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -- Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures, Impression and Preparation of the 
Master Cast for the Laboratory 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type -= Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures, Constructing the Occlusal Template 
and Arrangement of Teeth 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type — Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures, Finishing, Occlusal Correction, 
Insertion, and Adjustment 

Removable Partial Dentures, Clasp Type — Clinical and 
Laboratory Procedures, Pre-Dillvery and Casting Adjustment 

Use of Pressure Indicating Paste During the Deliver of Dentures 

Orderly Developmint of Removable Partial Denture Design, Part I 

Orderly Development of Removable Partial Denture Design, Part II 

Secondary Impressions for the Distal Extension Base Removable 
Partial Denture 

Correctable Wax Impression 

Occlusal Path Record 

Preventing Cross Contamination in Removable Pros thodon tics - 
Delivery - Adjustments 



36 



MISCELLANEOUS 



8D-124 - Sit Down, Doctor—and Live! 

> D-75-251 - The Problem Oriented Medical Record - Dental Utilization 

D-75-257 - That's What We're Here For 

D-76-285 - Preventive Dentistry - A Hospital Based Program 

D- 78-31 4 - Preventing Cross Contamination In Removable Prosthodontics - 
Delivery - Adjustments 

D-78-318 - Go w- Gates Mandibular Block Anesthesia 



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37 



8D-3 



GINGIVAL RETRACTION 



Video This film, using a combination of live photography and artist's 

Cassette illustrations, demonstrates gingival retraction procedures when 
#55 performing a Class I restoration. Both posterior and anterior 

1 '-127 1 teeth are treated with a discussion of the various type clamp 
retractors. Surgical retraction is also shown* (5 minutes) 

Produced By: LL S, Department of the Navy 



BD-8 INTRAORAL ROENTGENOGRAPHY, IMPROVED EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES 

PART I — PRINCIPLES OF X-RADIATION 

i/ideo This film explains the principles of roentgen- ray generation 

Cassette and characteristics of the ray. It emphasizes control of radia- 
#30 tion exposure by means of fi 1 tering, use of fast film, and in- 

298'- 533 1 crease in distance, It also explains use of increased kilo- 
voltage for optimum penetration, control of radiation exposure 
and improvement of image quality, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: U.S. Department of the Navy 



1D-9 INTRAORAL ROENTGENOGRAPHY s IMPROVED EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES 

PART II— LONG CONE TECHNIQUE 

f ideo This film demonstrates advantages of variable KV roentgenograph!* c 

;assette equipment and the superiority of films produced by the "long-cone n 
■30 technique. It Illustrates In detail the placement of film to 

>36'-664' produce Images with the best anatomical accuracy, using the right 

angle technique with the extended tube of "long-cone". (11 minutes) 

Produced By: U, S. Department of the Navy 



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80-10 



PANORAMIC RADIOGRAPHY = OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR PAN OR EX 



Video The function of each component part of the Panorex machine is 

Cassette explained in this film. Its complete cycle of operation is 
#30 demonstrated, including the method of skull measurement for 

1 1 -296 1 obtaining optimum exposure factors. Films illustrate the re- 
sults of incorrect technique* The most common technical errors 
and their correction are demonstrated with a patient In the 
chair, (13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
Washington, D. C. 



8D-12 ORAL CANCER - INTRA-ORAL EXAMINATION 

Video This film demonstrates a methodical procedure for examination 

Cassette of the intra-oral soft tissues* It also presents six cases 

#10 of cancer in this area and discusses their early clinical 

1 '-140' signs, {5k minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H. Niebel , B,S. , D.D-S. 

Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital 
Washington, D. C, 



8D-13 SURGICAL ENDODONTICS 

Video This film explains the process of periapical inflammatory reac- 

Cassette tion and demonstrates two surgical corrective procedures, curet- 

#56 tage and root resection* Also shown are techniques and pre- 

1 1 -337 1 cautions to be followed when surgery becomes necessary (14% minutes) 

Produced By: U.S. Department of the Navy 



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80^1? 



ANATOMIC LANDMARKS IN PANOREX RADIOGRAPHY 



Because of the apparent complexity in the appearance of the 
panoramic radiograph, a knowledge of the normal anatomy is 
essential for its Interpretation, This film relates the ana- 
tomical structures of the maxilla and mandible to the radio- 
1 ucencies and radiopaci ties seen in the Panorex radiograph, 
(1 7 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
Washington, D. C . 



Vi deo 

Cassette 

#29 

1 l -360 M 



8D-20 EXTRA-ORAL PARALLEL PIN PROCEDURE 

Video Parallel pins" "are classified as intra-oral and extra-oral . 

Cassette This film demonstrates the extra-oral technique where paral - 
#14 leling and depth of pin penetration are determined on a model 

1 1 -252 1 with the use of a parallelometer. The resulting index is 

transferrabl e to the mouth for the drilling operation, 

(11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frank Nealson, O.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Cleveland, Ohio 



HO 

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8D-21 



THE G1NGI VECTOMY PROCEDURE TO ELIMINATE SUPRABQNY POCKETS 



Video A gingi vectomy is performed for the elimination of suprabony 

Cassette pockets, These are the periodontal type and involve the maxil 
#21 lary teeth. The rationale of this treatment Is examined, 

1 1 -31 1 1 Technical procedures are clearly presented and the use of 

selected instruments is shown. Postoperative results are 

also discussed in this film, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E, Ross s D.D.S. 
Associate In Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-22 DOUBLE PAPILLAE REPOSITIONED FLAP IN PERIODONTAL THERAPY 

Video This film demonstrates a double papillae repositioned flap 

Cassette procedure performed on a maxillary canine tooth to correct 
#21 the soft tissue defect, Two interdental papillae on either 

31 4 1 -551 ' side of the cleft serve as donor tissue to cover the denuded 
root surface. The surgical techniques and post-operative 
results of this current periodontal concept are comprehensively 
presented, (16 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S, 

Professor and Chairman s 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E, Ross , D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 




HORIZONTAL PIN SPLINTING FOR ANTERIOR TEETH 



The horizontal pin splint Is an effective method for stabiliz- 
ing 4 loose anterior teeth, The film depicts the use of the 
parallelling device and the procedures involved in production 
of the splint. (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Joseph E. Ewing, D.D*S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Indi anapol is , Indiana 



OSSEOUS SURGERY IN THE MAXILLA, PART II - SUTURING TECHNIQUE 

The suturing technique in this film was used after the perl odon 
tal osseous surgery had been completed, It is one which permit 
suturing of the buccal flap, independently of the lingual or 
palatal flap* It is performed with a continuous suture and 
assures close adaptation of the tissue to the teeth and bone, 
(10% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman , 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross s D.D # S, 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



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SD-25 



APICALLY REPOSITIONED PARTIAL THICKNESS FLAP TO 
ELIMINATE PERIODONTAL POCKETS 



The apically positioned partial thickness flap, demonstrated 
in this film, is used to eliminate periodontal pockets that 
extend apical to the muco-gingival junction. This procedure 
results in less root exposure post-operati vely . (14^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross , D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



Video 

Cassette 

#22 

1 '-321 ' 



8D-26 FREE OSSEOUS TISSUE AUTOGRAFT TO 

ELIMINATE AN INFRABONY POCKET 

Video 

Cassette The use of autogenous bone chips to fill an infrabony perio- 
#22 dontal defect Is demonstrated. This surgical procedure is 

324' -560* performed after tooth movement has been accomplished and the 

teeth have "been stabilized with a wire ligature splint, 

( 16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross , D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-27 



THE GINGIVAL AUTOGRAFT IN PERIODONTICS 



Video A gingival autograft is used to correct a periodontal pocket 
Cassette which extends to the muco-gingival junction, Insufficient 
#23 attached gingiva is present. A pedicle flap cannot be used 

1 1 -305 1 because of insufficient gingiva adjacent to the involved tooth, 
(14 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D-D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E, Ross, D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-28 CIRCUMFERENTIAL INTRACQRQNAL TEMPORARY IMMOBILIZATION TECHNIQUE 

Video An effective method of stabilizing loose teeth is demonstrated, 

Cassette Circumferential wiring immobilizes the entire segment of teeth 

#22 and Is not esthetically undesirable because the wire Is ulti- 

71 8 1 -851 1 mately covered with resin* (12% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross* D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



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8D-29 



OSSEOUS SURGERY IN THE MAXILLA* PART I 



Video This film demonstrates the surgical elimination of supra and 

Cassette infra periodontal bony defects in the maxilla. The osseous 

#21 contouring to establish a physiologic architecture of the 

554 ' -765 1 soft tissues Is shown in detail* (17% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E; Ross, D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-30 PEDICLE FLAP FROM EDENTULOUS AREA 

Video This use of a pedicle flap to correct a periodontal lesion 

Cassette is demonstrated in this film. Since there was insufficient 
#22 gingiva present at the site of the lesion, neither the gin- 

563 '-715' givectomy nor apical ly repositioned flap procedures were indi- 
cated. The relocated pedicle flap re-establ ished a sufficient 
width of gingiva. Two cases are demonstrated, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S . 

Professor and Chairman, 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross, D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



45 

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8D-31 



WHY AM I HERE? 



Video Mr # Roberts, who has been hospitalized for stomach problems. 

Cassette cannot understand why he has been referred to the Dental Ser- 
#19 vice for oral examination. He soon learns the Importance of 

1 1 - 194 p early detection of cancer in this area. He is also shown the 

value of x-rays, the danger of oral sepsis* the desirability 
of replacing missing teeth, and the correct method of tooth 
brushing, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H. Niebel , B.S., D.D.S. 

Dental Training Center 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D* C . 



80^38 PANOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY RADIOLUCENCIES - PART I 

Video This film illustrates the radiographic findings in a number 

Cassette of well-documented cases. Few are radiGgraphlcally diagnos- 
#29 tic. The majority present features which are exhibited by 

363 1 -519 ' a number of pathologic entities. It Is essential , therefore f 
to recognize the abnormal* provide differential diagnosis, 
and establish a definitive treatment diagnosis with every 
means available. Etiology and treatment are discussed, 
This is the first in a series of two films on this subject, 
(10% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
Washington, D, C. 



80^39 PANOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY RADIOLUCENCIES - PART II 

Video Abnormal radiolucencies appearing in a series of panographic 

Cassette radiographs are presented. Etiology and treatment are dis- 

#29 cussed, This is the second in a series of two films on this 

522^622' subject, (8k minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
Washington, D, C. 



4G 

erjc 



8D-4Q 



PANOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY RADIOPACITIES 



Video This film illustrates the radiographic findings in a number 

Cassette of well -documented cases. Few are radlographically diagnostic, 
#29 The majority present features which are exhibited by a number 

625' -718' of pathologic entities. It is essential, therefore, to recog- 
nize the abnormal, provide differential diagnosis, and esta- 
blish a definite diagnosis with every means available, (8% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
Washington, D. C. 



80-41 SEMI- IMMEDIATE ANTERIOR FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES WITH 

REVERSE PIN FACINGS-PONTIC PREPARATION- 
Video LABIAL CONTOUR, GINGIVAL ADAPTATION 

Cassette 

#14 Definitive steps are required for the proper esthetic and func- 

427' -575 1 tional preparation of pontics for fixed partial dentures. The 
labial and gingival adaptation* essential for a harmonious 
relationship with the adjacent teeth and physiologic esthetic 
contact with ndge tissues, is shown, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel Guyer , Professor and Chairman 

Department of Fixed Pros thodontics 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St, Louis, Missouri 



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8D-42 SEMI- IMMEDIATE ANTERIOR FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES WITH 

REVERSE PIN FACINGS* PREPARATION OF PONTICS ! 
Video FOR PIN RECEPTION AND LINGUAL CONTOUR 

Cassette 

#14 The procedures necessary to convert a denture tooth into a 

SJS'-TSS 1 reverse pin pontic are shown and described. The lingual sur- 
face is prepared for a metal backing which will permit inclsal 
trans lucency compatible with natural appearance* Staggered 
pin positions to serve as retentive elements are placed Into 
the prepared surface, (10% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel Guyer, Professor and Chairman 

Department of Fixed Prosthodontics 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St* Louis , Missouri 



8D-43 SEMI- IMMEDIATE ANTERIOR FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE WITH 

REVERSE PIN FACING, ASSEMBLY OF BRIDGE s AND 
Video DELIVERY TO PATIENT 

Cassette 

#14 The proper relationship of the retainers and pontics to the 

74r-869' investing tissues is a most Important esthetic and physiolo- 
gical consideration in any fixed prosthesis, A direct-Indirect 
assembly and finishing procedure to gain optimal appearance 
and function is demonstrated* 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel E, Guyer, Professor and Chairman 

Department of Fixed Prosthodontics 
^ School of Dentistry 

P \ Washington University 

St, Louis, Missouri 



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8D-44 



THE PALATAL FLAP IN PERIODONTICS 



Video The surgical management of osseous deformities Involving the 

Cassette palatal and proximal periodontal areas is demonstrated in this 
#23^ film* A palatal flap is created during an internal beveled 

308 1 -539' Incision, This preserves the remaining attached gingiva and 

still permits access to the underlying alveolar process, 

(13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross , D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-45 TREATMENT OF INFRABONY POCKET WITH THREE OSSEOUS WALLS 

Video This film demonstrates the surgical management of an infra bony 

Cassette pocket involving the maxillary premolar. The periodontal Hga- 
#23 ment and bone marrow are used to provide two sources of repair 

541 1 -707 * tissue. The teeth are then immobilized with an aid splint which 

Is made of twisted wire Imbedded In plastic In a prepared 

groove, (13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E s Ross, D S D*S, 
Associate In Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



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8D-46 LATERALLY POSITIONED FLAP IN PERIODONTICS 

Video In this film, laterally positioned flaps are used to cover 

Cassette the denuded roots of a mandibular central Incisor and maxi 1- 
#23 lary molar, A partial or split thickness dissection Is per- 

710 1 -855 1 formed in order to leave periosteum at the donor sites. 
(14% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D, Walter Cohen* D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E, Ross, D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-47 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

LATERAL NECK-SUPERFICIAL STRUCTURES 

Video 

Cassette The vessels and nerves trans versing the external cervical fas- 
#1 cia are demonstrated in this dissection of superficial strue- 

1 1 -206 1 tures of the anterior and lateral neck. Diagrams are used 
for clarification, (8% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Slcher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 




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80^48 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

BOUNDARIES OF THE CAROTID TRIANGLE 

Video 

Cassette Previous dissection of superficial structures of the lateral 
#1 neck exposed the external layer of deep cervical fascia and 

21 3 1 -408 1 portions of associated nerves and vessels. The dissection Is 
continued to demonstrate the boundaries of the carotid tri- 
angle. (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus * Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 



80-49 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

THE CAROTID TRIANGLE 

Video 

Cassette Previous dissection demonstrated the superficial structures of 
#1 the anterolateral aspect of the neck and exposed the muscular 

413 ' -580 1 boundaries of the carotid triangle. This film demonstrates the 
deep dissection of the carotid triangle and illustrates major 
structures with a series of drawings, (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr* Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 



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8D-50 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

THE TRACHEAL TRIANGLE 

Video 

Cassette The boundaries and major structures of the tracheal triangle, 
#1 also known as the muscular or Inferior carotid triangle, are 

584 '-701 1 demonstrated in this anterior neck dissection. Drawings are 
used for clarification, (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 



8D-51 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

THE SUBMENTAL TRIANGLE 

Video 

Cassette The boundaries and relationship of the submental triangle are 
#1 demonstrated in this dissection. Drawings are also used for 

704 , -786 i clarification, (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr* Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 



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8D-52 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES - CLASP TYPE 

RECORDING EDENTULOUS RIDGE CONTOUR- 
Video CORRECTABLE WAX IMPRESSION 

Cassette 

#34 The methodology for fluid wax impressions on edentulous ridges 

1 * -341 1 in distal extension removable partial dentures is demonstrated. 
This procedure is intended to enhance the stability and reten- 
tion of the prosthesis and reduce stress on the remaining teeth, 
(16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smiths D.D.S. 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department' 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



8D-53 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES - CLASP TYPE 

CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES- 
Video THE' OCCLUSAL PATH RECORD 

Cassette 

#34 The generated path or occlusal path record Is a relatively slm- 

44 , -56Q' pie method of developing a harmonious occlusion, particularly 

when artificial teeth must oppose natural dentition. This method 
makes it possible to record jaw relations under actual mastica- 
tion conditions. The technical procedures Incident to register- 
ing the occlusal path are demonstrated, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D.D,S. 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



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CLOSURE OF ANTRA-ORAL FISTULA BY ROTATION OF 
■ PEDICLE PALATAL FLAP 

Accidental openings In the floor of the antrum may occur dur- 
ing the extraction of teeth. This film demonstrates an accepted 
surgical method of closing, utilizing a palatal flap. The post- 
operative use of a stent is demonstrated and the need to under- 
stand the post-operative course is stressed, (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Noah R, Calhoun, D.D.S., M.S.D. 

Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D* C. 

Visiting Professor, Dental College 
Howard University 
Washington, D. G, 



SURGICAL REDUCTION OF THE MAXILLARY TUBEROSITY 

Reduction of the maxillary tuberosity Is considered by some pros- 
thodontists to be a neglected factor In the construction of den- 
tures, Adequate space to accommodate dentures is not always 
present in the tuberosity area, Frequently only the occlusal 
aspect Is reduced when correcting this problem, whereas the criti- 
cal posterior-lateral aspect is neglected, A recommended surgical 
procedure is demonstrated in a number of cases, (12% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscalzo, D,D,5* 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx, New York 

Clinical Professor, Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York, New York 



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EXTRACTION OF MAXILLARY TEETH - 
SURGICAL PREPARATION ' 



When attached gingiva has been reduced by periodontal disease 
every effort should be made to preserve it during extraction 
of the teeth. This film demonstrates accepted procedures for 
the removal of maxillary teeth and shows the surgical prepara 
tion of the alveolar ridge, (13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscal zo , D* D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx, New York 

Clinical Professor, Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York 5 New York 



EXTRACTION OF MANDIBULAR TEETH - 
SURGICAL PREPARATION 

This film demonstrates accepted surgical procedures used in 
the removal of the mandibular teeth and preparation of the 
alveolar ridge. Emphasis Is placed on maintenance of the 
denture-bearing bone, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscalzo, D. D.S* 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx s New York 

Clinical Professor, Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York, New York 



8D-58 SEMN IMMEDIATE ANTERIOR FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 

WITH REVERSE PIN FACINGS - IMPRESSION PROCEDURE, 
Video PREPARATION OF THE DIES, AND WAXING RETAINERS 

Cassette 

#15 The film depicts the methodology of securing impressions for 

r-299 ! a fixed prosthesis using mercaptan rubber following gingival 
retraction, the procedures incident to producing accurate 
stone dies and development of the wax patterns for three- 
quarter type retainers. (13^ minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Or. Samuel E. Guyer , Professor and Chairma 

Department of Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St. Louis, Missouri 



80-59 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES— CLASP TYPE 

CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES- 
Video PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION AND PROCEDURES FOR DIAGNOSIS 

Cassette 

#33 The examination is the basis for diagnosis. Extra-oral inspec- 

1 '-271 1 tion, as well as careful examination of the soft and hard intra- 
oral tissues, the preliminary Impressions, and the Interocclusal 
record to mount the study casts, are presented in orderly se- 
quence. (12 l i minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D.D.S. 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



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8D-60 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES— CLASP TYPE 

CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES- 
Video PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF STUDY CAST 

Cassette TENTATIVE DESIGN AND DETAILED TREATMENT PLANNING 

#33 

274 * -448* The planning for treatment Is based on the information achieved 
from mounted study casts, the oral examination, radiographs, 
general patient information, as well as an accurate survey of 
the casts. These procedures are explained in detail* The ten- 
tative design of the appliance which must be compatible with 
the oral conditions and biological requirements is developed, 
(11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D.D.S. 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman , Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



8D-61 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES — CLASP TYPE 

CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES- 
Video MOUTH PREPARATION PROCEDURES 

Cassette 

#33 Foil wing the development of a detailed treatment plan, mouth 

451 1 -607 1 preparation procedures are Initiated as outlined. The film 
demonstrates the preparation of abutment teeth for three- 
quarter crowns and splinting, impression procedures and sur- 
veying of the patterns Incident to developing guide planes 
and positive retentive areas. ( 1 2% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W, Smith, D.D.S. 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



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ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK - SUBMANDIBULAR TRIANGLE 

This film demonstrates by dissection and illustrative drawings 
the boundaries and the structures of the submandibular triangle 
(13 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 

Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 

Loyola University, School of Dentistry 



SILICATE CEMENT 

This film demonstrates the Importance of incorporating, rapidly, 
as much powder as possible into a given quantity Of liquid and 
of protecting the cement from loss or gain of water throughout 
the hardening period. It shows effect of technique on such 
cement properties as setting time, strength, shrinkage, solu- 
bility and staining* (18 minutes ) 

Produced By: u. S. National Bureau of Standards 
American Dental Association 



MANAGEMENT OF THE TUBEROSITY AREA IN PERIODONTICS 

This film demonstrates the use of an internal beveled flap pro- 
cedure in the treatment of an infrabony pocket Involving a maxil- 
lary molar. Bony contouring creates physiologic architecture* 
The rationale of this procedure Is explained and post-operative 
results are shown, (9% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, 0,0*5, 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E* Ross s 0*0, S, 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 




8D-65 A PRE-EXTRACTIQN RECORD OF VERTICAL DIMENSION 

USING PLASTER BANDAGE 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates a simple procedure using plaster bandage 
#5 to obtain accurate, permanent, pre-extractions of vertical 

241 '-391 ' dimension, (Bk minutes) 

Produced Ely: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dental Service 

VA Hospital 
Des Moines, Iowa 



8D-66 REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES—CLASP TYPE 

CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES- 
Video IMPRESSION AND PREPARATION OF THE MASTER CAST 

Cassette FOR THE LABORATORY 

#33 

610* -745 1 The impression procedures, using alginate to produce accurate 
casts, are shown. The surveyor is used on the resultant cast 
to determine the accuracy of the planned mouth preparations. 
Relief wax is added to areas of the master cast necessary to 
create proper relief for freedom and function. The content 
of an adequate work authorization for the laboratory is given. 
[12k minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D. D.S . 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman , Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



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REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES—CLASP TYPE 
CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES 
CONSTRUCTING THE OCCLUSAL TEMPLATE AND ARRANGEMENT OF TEETH 

When the occlusal path record has been successfully completed* 
an occluding template that incorporates all the excursive move- 
ments and static positions is constructed for a simple articula- 
tor, The replacement teeth are adjusted and properly fitted to 
the opposing occlusion in harmony with the existing dentition 
and the components of occlusion, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D,D,S, 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES—CLASP TYPE 
CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES 
FINISH* OCCLUSAL CORRECTION, INSERTION AND ADJUSTMENT 

Relief and adjustment of critical areas of the framework and 
saddles of the removable partial denture will contribute to 
the continued oral health of the oral tissues. The areas 
requiring modification and occlusal adjustments s by both 
laboratory remounting and direct check bites % are systema- 
tically presented. (12% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Franklin W. Smith, D.D.S* 

Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 



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Video 

Cassette 

#33 

748-844' 



REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES-CLASP TYPE 
CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES 
PRE-DELIVERY AND CASTING ADJUSTMENT 

Certain arbitrary relief procedures should be accomplished on 
the removable partial denture casting to remove any potential 
Interferences that may resist complete seating of the appliance, 
The area that required adjustment and the methods to obtain the 
necessary alterations are graphically described, (9% minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



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In Cooperation With; 



Franklin W- Smith, D.D.S. 
Associate Professor of Dentistry 
Chairman, Partial Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
{Qr% ity of Mi chlgan 



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Cassette 

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630' -687 1 



SURGICAL REMOVAL OF IMPACTED THIRD MOLAR 

Clinical demonstration of the surgical removal of a disto- 
angular maxillary third molar impaction is presented in 
this fi lm. (5 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscalzo, D.D.S, 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx t New York 

Clinical Professor* Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York, New York 



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ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 
THE THYROID AREA 



Previous dissection of the anterior neck demonstrated the infra- 
hyoid musculature. This film demonstrates dissection of deeper 
structures of the thyroid area. Practical surgical applications 
are noted. The entire pretracheal area is reviewed diagram- 
ratieally. (6 minutes} 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus 5 Anatomy 
Loyola Uni versi ty 
School of Dentistry 



SURGICAL REMOVAL OF IMPACTED MANDIBULAR THIRD MOLAR 

An accepted technique for the surgical removal of a mes io- 
angular impacted mandibular third molar is demonstrated. 
Controlled sectioning of the tooth utilizing a bur and ele- 
vator is shown. (6k minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscalzo, D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx s New York 

Clinical Professor, Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York, New York 



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THANKS FOR THE DINNER 



Video Because of continued neglect, Frank must have all his teeth 

Cassette extracted, His friend and former classmate, Dr. Reynolds, 
#19 convinces Frank that modern facilities and techniques have 

200 1 -374* eliminated any cause for concern. After Frank receives his 

dentures. Or, Reynolds takes him to dinner, helps him overcome 
his initial anxieties, and instructs Frank in the care and use 
of his prostheses, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



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In Cooperation With: 



Harold H. Niebel, B.S., D.D.S. 
Dental Training Center 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington* D. C . 



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FINAL MAXILLARY IMPRESSIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURES 



Video The procedures used to finalize the maxillary impression include 

Cassette the use and rationale of border moulding, development of func- 
#4 tional reliefs and uniformity of contact over the bearing areas, 

278'-455' The use of fluid wax to obtain a physiological post-palatal seal 
is also demonstrated, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A, Travaglinl , D.D.S. 

Dental Field Supervisor 
Dental Professional Service 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D. C, 



8D-75 ENUCLEATION OF A MANDIBULAR RADICULAR CYST 

Video Complete enucleation Is generally considered to be the operative 

Cassette treatment of choice for uncomplicated dental cysts, This film 

#37 demonstrates the procedures involved in the surgical removal of 

763 1 -834 1 a radicular cyst and primary closure of the wound, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Louis Loscalzo, D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Bronx, New YORK 

Clinical Professor, Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
New York , New York 



8D-76 FINAL MANDIBULAR IMPRESSIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURES 



Video The mandibular impression described in this film covers the 

Cassette maximum bearing area while developing buccal and lingual 
#4 flanges that provide border sealing without restricting the 

458 1 -604 1 physiological activity of the adjacent structures. The re- 
sultant base, constructed from impressions developed in this 
manner, will exhibit excellent retention from both vertical 
and horizontal forces. (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A, Travaglini, D.D.S. 

Dental Field Supervisor 
Dental Professional Service 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D, C. 



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8D-77 USE OF MALLEABLE MESH IN THE REDUCTION AND FIXATION 

OF JAW FRACTURES 

Video 

Cassette In the reduction of jaw fractures, where an insufficient num- 
$40 ber of natural teeth are present to provide secondary support f 

1 1 -258 1 a workable metal mesh can be used effectively. This current 
concept demonstrates the adaptation and fixation of the mesh 
on a manikin and on a patient in the operating room, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: George W. Hahn, D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Dal las , Texas 



80-78 CONTIGUOUS OSSEOUS TISSUE AUTOGRAFT IN PERIODONTICS 

Video A deep periodontal defect on the distal surface of a premolar 

Cassette is treated by a contiguous osseous tissue autograft* Bone 
#24 removed from an edentulous ridge is used to fill this infra- 

231' -388 ' bony pocket. The rationale of this procedure Is explained , 
and post-operative results are discussed. (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E, Ross s D*D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



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8D-79 



GAIL'S AWAKENING 



Video The importance of maintaining oral hygiene is described in 

Cassette this film fantasy, Time-lapse photography is used to show 

$19 the activity of oral bacteria and their relationship to the 

SSQ'-SW development of carles, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H, Niebel, B,5, 5 D.D.S, 

Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital, Washington, D, C. 



ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 
THE PAROTID GLAND AND FACIAL NERVE 

Previous dissection of the lateral neck exposed the inferior 
pole of the parotid gland, In this film, the dissection of 
this area Is completed, demonstrating the structures surround- 
ing, contained in, and related to the gland Itself, (14% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 

Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 

Loyola University, School of Dentistry 



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Cassette 

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8D-81 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

THE PHARYNX-TOPOGRAPHICAL ANATOMY 

Video 

Cassette The topography of the pharynx can be most advantageously viewed 
#2 from the rear. In this film a window was created through the 

599 '-707 ' posterior neck of the cadaver for this purpose, The extent and 
volume that edema may assume In these areas is artificially pro- 
duced by injecting water into the submucosa. (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 

Professor Emeritus s Anatomy 

Loyola University, School of Dentistry 



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8D-82 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 

TEMPQR6* MANDIBULAR JOINT 

Video 

Cassette The anatomy and function of the temporomandibular joint are 
#2 demonstrated by means of dissection and artist's illustrations 

709* -808' (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 
Loyola University 
School of Dentistry 



8D-83 IMMEDIATE CUSTOM IMPLANT OF THE MANDIBLE 

Video Sections of the mandible, lost through injury or disease, can 

Cassette be satisfactorily replaced with an immediate, custom fitted 
#40 implant of surgical vi tali urn. The abutments of the prosthe- 

261 1 -468 1 sis are fabricated at time of surgery, using a rapid=jel cast- 
ing procedure, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert L ¥ Moss, D.D-S,, M.S. 

Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Dayton, Ohio 



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8D-84 ELIMINATION OF A SHALLOW INFRABQNY POCKET IN 

RETROMOLAR AREA BY OSTEOTOMY 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates the surgical elimination of a broad- 
#24 ^ based infrabony periodontal pocket. An internal beveled 

393 '-506' incision is used in creating a flap. Contouring of the alveo- 
lar process assures the establishment of physiologic osseous 
architecture. The rationale of this treatment iV discussed 
and post-operative results presented, (9h minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: D. Walter Cohen, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Department of Periodontics 
Stanley E. Ross, D.D.S. 
Associate in Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-85 REDUCTION OF ZYGOMATIC ARCH FRACTURE 

Video This film demonstrates the reduction of a zygomatic arch 

Cassette fracture. Access to the fracture is gained through an auriulo- 

#40 temporal Incision. Reduction Is achieved by blind manipulation 

471 '-563' and palpation, (6k minutes) 

Produced By: Vetarans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert L, Moss, D,D,S. , M.S. 

Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Dayton, Ohio 



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SURGICAL EXCISION OF ORAL LEUKOPLAKIA 



Video Extensive areas of leukoplakia in the oral cavity frequently 

Cassette present problems in diagnosis and treatment, The surgical 
#39 removal of one such area, utilizing a stripping technique, 

469 1 -547 1 is demonstrated. Microscopic findings are presented in 
detail . (6 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Noah R. Calhoun, D.D.S., M.S.D. 

Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D. C. 

Visiting Professor, Dental College 
Howard Urn" vers i ty 
Washington* D. C. 



8D-87 MARSUPIALIZATION OF AN ANTERIOR MAXILLARY CYST 

Video This film illustrates a surgical technique for the marsupial i- 

Cassette zation of a maxillary cyst. It explains the advantages and 

#39 indications for this procedure. Drawings and radiographs are 

703 ' -776 1 used for clarification, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

in Cooperation With: W. Harry Archer, B.S. , M.S, 3 D.D.S. 

Professor and Head of Department of 
Oral Surgery 

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80-88 

Video 

Cassette 

#15 

302' -550' 



CONSTRUCTION OF FIVE-UNIT BRIDGE 
ABUTMENT PREPARATION 

This first of a series of four films, describing the construc- 
tion of a five-unit bridge, demonstrates the preparation of 
three abutments for three-quarter crowns, The steps described 
in sequence are: occlusal reductions, axial reductions , and 
placement of axial grooves, (17% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: 



Dr. Samuel E* Guyer, Professor and Chairman 
Department of Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St, Louis Missouri 



8D-89 

Video 

Cassette 

#39 

1 1 -307 1 



OPEN REDUCTION AND FIXATION OF A FRACTURE OF MANDIBLE 
AT THE ANGLE—THE SUBMANDIBULAR APPROACH 

This film shows the soft-tissue dissection required to expose 
the angle of the mandible. It demonstrates direct wiring 
procedures for an open reduction and immobilization of a 
fracture at this site, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: 



Noah R. Calhoun, D.D-S. , M.S.D. 
Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D. C, 

Visiting Professor, Dental College 
Howard University 
Washington, D. C, 
Thomas J, Pinson, D.D.S. , M.S.D. 
Associate Dean and Professor of 
Oral Surgery 



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CONSTRUCTION OF FIVE-UNIT BRIDGE - TEMPORARY BRIDGE, 
IMPRESSIONS AND CONSTRUCTION OF MASTER CAST 



This film demonstrates the procedures involved in making a 
temporary bridge, which protects and stabilizes the abutment 
teeth, impression procedures with mercaptan rubber, the con- 
struction of the master cast with individual dies, "and articu- 
lation of the casts, (13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel E. Guyer, Professor and Chain 

Department of fixed Prosthodontics 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St, Louis , Missouri 



DYNAMICS OF OCCLUSION - NOMENCLATURE 

Models are used to define the basic contact and functional 
areas of maxillary and mandibular teeth, Their application 
in centric and eccentric occlusion is exhibited, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Morton Amsterdam 

Dr. Arnold 5* Welsgold 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



DYNAMICS OF OCCLUSION - MANDIBULAR TEETH 

The occluding relationships of posterior mandibular teeth in 
centric and eccentric contacts are developed by reading im- 
prints made in wax by the opposing teeth, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Morris Feder 

Dr. Arnold S. Weisgold 
University of Pennsylvania 

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8D-93 



DYNAMICS OF OCCLUSION - MAXILLARY TEETH 



Video The occluding relationships of posterior maxillary teeth in 

Cassette centric and eccentric contacts are developed by reading im- 
#47 prints made In wax by the opposing teeth, (11 minutes) 



551 '-688 1 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Morris Feder 

Dr. Arnold S. Weisgol d 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



SD-94 DYNAMICS OF QCCLUSION--A LABORATORY EXEkUSE 

DEMONSTRATING THE PRINCIPLES OF OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT 

Video 

Cassette The principles and procedures used to correct occlusal dishar- 
#47 monies are demonstrated on articul a tor-mounted study casts, 

694' -846' (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Arnold S. Wei s go Id 

Dr, Leonard Abrams 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



8D-95 CONSTRUCTION OF A FIVE^UNIT BRIDGE- 

WAX-UP OF BRIDGE USING A CONE TECHNIQUE TO 
Video DEVELOP A HARMONIOUS OCCLUSAL PATTERN 

Cassette 

#15 This film, which is part of a series, Illustrates the proce- 

716' -840' dures for wax-up of crowns and developing and establishing 
the occlusion with cones of wax arranged to be compatible 
with eccentric movements of the jaw. (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel E. Guyer, Professor and Chairman 

Department of Fixed Prosthodontics 
School of Dentistry 



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CONSTRUCTION OF A FIVE-UNIT BRIDGE- 
PONTIC PREPARATION, BRIDGE ASSEMBLY , AND CEMENTATION 



The final film in this series demonstrates the finalization of 
the five unit bridge and includes adaptation of the pontic 
facings, bridge, assembly, occlusal adjustment and cementation, 
(9 ml nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Samuel E. Guyer, Professor and Chairman 

Department of Fixed Prosthodontics 
School of Dentistry 
Washington University 
St. Louis , Missouri 



ENUCLEATION OF A DENTIGEROUS CYST OF THE MAXILLA 

The diagnosis and surgical procedures for the treatment of a 
dentigerous cyst are mtmn and the histopathologic^ charac- 
teristics described, (6 3 i minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Noah R. Calhoun, D,D*5, S M.S.D. 

Oral Surgeon 

VA Hospital, Washington, D. C. 
Visiting Professor, Dental College 
Howard University, Washington, P~ C, 



BLEACHING THE ENDODQNTICALLY TREATED DISCOLORED TOOTH 

Bleaching the discolored anterior tooth should be regarded as 
an aid in obtaining good esthetics. This procedure, generally 
restricted to those non-vital teeth having an adequate root 
canal filling. Is clearly demonstrated, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Duane E. Compton , D.D.S. , M.S. D. 

Assistant Professor, Department of Endodonti 



8D-99 INTRA-ORAL FIXATION OF JAW FRACTURES, PART I 

Video Methods of fixation most commonly used in the management of 

Cassette jaw fractures are demonstrated on a skull. Part. I includes 

#38 the use of ligature wires* eyelets , continuous loops , single 

224* -461 ' loops, horizontal levers,' and arch bars, (13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Veterans Administration Hospital 

Long Beach, California 



SD^IOQ INTRA-QRAL FIXATION OF JAW FRACTURES, PART II 



Video Methods of fixation most commonly used in the management of 

Cassette jaw fractures are demonstrated on a skull. Part II includes 

#38 the use of spl ints , circumferential wiring and direct wiring 

463* -660 1 to zygomatic process and nasal spine. (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Veterans Administration Hospital 

Long Beach, California 



80^101 REDUCTION AND FIXATION Or I4IDDLE THIRD FRACTURES OF THE FACE - 

LATERAL ORBITAL RIM APPROACH 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates the reduction of a fracture of the 
#39 middle third of the face by the lateral orbital approach, 

550 '-701 ' (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Thomas J. Pinion, D.D.S. , M.S.D. 

Associate Dean and Professor of Dental Surgery 

Dental College, Howard University 

Washington, D, C, 

Noah R. Calhoun, D.D.S-, M.S.D. 

Oral Surgeon 

VA Hospital, Washington, D. C. 
Visiting Professor, Dental College 



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3D- 102 



DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES - PART I 



Video Anxiety and tension due to apprehension froi* the dental environ- 
Cassette ment often precipitate emergencies In the dental office. The 
#9 _ dentist may be required to render emergency treatment based 
1 1 -306 ' upon the patient's signs and symptoms alone. This four-part 
programmed Instructional course is designed to teach the emer- 
gency procedures to be followed when physical and emotional 
crises occur, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Department of Public Health 

In Cooperation With: Dean W. Darby* D.D.S. 

Continuing Education Branch 

Department of Health, Education, and Wei far 

Public Health Service 

San Francisco, California 



8D-103 DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES - PART II 

Video Anxiety and tension due to apprehension from the dental environ- 
Cassette ment often precipitate emergencies in the dental office, The 
£9 dentist may be required to render emergency treatment based upon 

309 '-562' the patient 1 s signs and symptoms alone. This four-part pro- 
grammed instructional course is designed to teach the emergency 
procedures to be followed when physical and emotional crises 
occur, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Department of Public Health 

In Cooperation With: Dean W. Darby, D.D.S . 

Continuing Education Branch 

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 



8D-104 



DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES ■> PART III 



Video Anxiety and tension due to apprehension from the dental environ- 
Cassette ment often precipitate emergencies In the dental office. The 
#9 dentist may be required to render emergency treatment based 

564 ' -733 1 upon the patient's signs and symptoms alone, This four-part 
programmed instructional course is designed to teach the emer- 
gency procedures to be followed when physical and emotional 
crises occur, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Department of Public Health 

In Cooperation With: Dean W. Darby, D.D.S. 

Continuing Educational Branch 

Department of Health, Education, and Wei far 

Public Health Service 

San Francisco, California 



8D-105 DENTAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES - PART IV 

Video Anxiety and tension due to apprehension from the dental environ- 
Cassette ment often precipitate emergencies in the dental office. The 
#9 dentist may be required to render emergency treatment based 

736 , -873 < upon the patient's signs and symptoms alone. This four-part 
programmed instructional course is designed to teach the emer- 
gency procedures to be foil wed when physical and emotional 
crises occur, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Department of Public Health 

In Cooperation With: Dean W. Darby, D. D.S . 

Continuing Education Branch 

Department of Health, Education, and Wei far 

Piihlir Hpfll1-h Sprvirp 



8D-106 ENDODONTIC THERAPY-ASYMPTOMATIC PERIAPICAL PATHG5I5 - 

NON-SURGICAL APPROACH 

VI deo 

Cassette This film demonstrates the step-hy-step procedures for the prepara- 
JJ, , , 101 t1on and f 1 1 11 n 9 of a r °ot canal; Illustrates debridement, enlarging, ^ 
Z73 -512 irrigation, chemical disinfection and filling of the canal, des- (f 
cribes aseptic precautions and bacterial culture control, ( IS 1 , minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr, Harry J. Healy 

Professor and, Chairman 
Indiana University at Indianapolis 
School of Dentistry 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



8D-107 SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR ANKYLOSIS OF THE TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT 

Video Although arthroplasty usually involves removal of the displaced 

Cassette condyle, this film demonstrates a surgical corrective procedure 

i< on. USln9 3 ^ con1um Prosthesis constructed to the measurements of 

1 -221 the English penny. (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edwin Miller, D.D.S, 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Houston, Texas 



8D-I08 ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK - MAS SLIER AND TEMPORAL MUSCLES 

Video Anatomy of the lateral aspect of the head is continued in this film. 

Cassette with deeper dissection to include the temporal and masseter areas, 

:f illustrating muscles, tissue spaces, associated nerves and vessels. 

1-307 Artist's drawing augments the filmed cadaver dissection. (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 
Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 



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ANATOMY OF THE HEAD AND NECK 
PTERYGOID MUSCLES AND INFRA-PTERYGQJQ STRUCTURES 

Video 

Cassette Anatomy of the lateral aspect of the head Is continued deep to 
#3 the pterygoid muscles and illustrates nerves and vessels to the 

h 310 1 - 555 ! base of the skull. Artist's drawings augment cadaver dissec- 

tion. In this film a review of the anatomy of the lateral aspect 
of the head terminates the series, (16*1 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr, Harry Sicher 

Director of Research Training Program 

Professor Emeritus, Anatomy 

Loyola University, School of Dentistry 



8D-110 USE OF PRESSURE- INDICATING PASTE DURING THE DELIVERY OF DENTURES 

Video Pressure-indicating pastes are important tools for developing 
Cassette better- fitting dentures. This film shows the use of these mater- 
IB ials when delivering newly -made dentures to the patient, (15 minutes) 



394 , -603 



Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr, James E. House 

Department of Complete Prosthodontics 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
Indl anapol 1 s , Indiana 



8D-111 FLUID RESIN TECHNIQUE FOR PROCESSING COMPLETE DENTURES 

Video The technique Is shown for processing dentures using fluid resin 

Cassette in a hydrocol loid mould. The flasking procedure (which uses no 

#5 gypsum products), sprulng, pouring the resin, and recovery of the 

SOe^SZS 1 finished denture are demonstrated, (20 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Brien R. Lang, A,B. f D-D.S, , M.S. 

Charles C Kelsey, B.S. , D.D.S., M.S. 

Associate Professor, Complete Denture Department 

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8D- 1 1 2 THE RETROGRADE AMALGAM IN ENDODONTICS 

Video This film presents the indications for the retrograde root canal 
Cassette filling and demonstrates in detail the procedures Involved 
#11 (15 minutes) 

515' -694 1 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; James H. Simon, D.D.S. 

VA Hospital, Long Beach, California 



80-113 PHASE MICROSCOPY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF THRUSH 

Video This film shows the growth and development of Candida albicans by 
Cassette phase microscopy. A specimen of this micotic infection was obtained 
#10_ ■ by scraping a M white patch' 1 in the mouth. Diagnosis of primary 
143 1 -270 p moniliasis is made by Identifying C. albicans In the culture, 

characteristic clinical manifestations and response to treatment. 

(7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. M. G. Wheatcroft 

Dr. Sumter S* Arnim 
Department of Pathology 
University of Texas , Dental Branch 
Houston 5 Texas 



80-115 ORAL HYGIENE FOR THE TOTAL- CARE PATIENT 



Video For the hospitalized patient who is physically or mentally unable 
Cassette to care for himself, oral hygiene always presents a problem. The 
#18 availability of an inges tible toothpaste, completely stable stan- 

504* -676 ' nous fluoride jel and electric toothbrush greatly facilitate the 
oral hygiene care of these patients. Procedures for using these 
products to maintain oral hygiene for the "total -care H patient 
are demonstrated, (1 % minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 
In Cooperation With: Harold H> Niebel, D.D-S. 

Veteran 5_ Admi ni strati on 



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3D- 1 1 6 



EXAMINATION OF OCCLUSION 



Video Clinical procedures for examination of the entire masticatory 
Cassette system are demonstrated. Emphasis is placed on determination 
117 of centric relation in a patient with bruxism and tense jaw 

)--370 l muscles, Roentgenograph^ examination related to occlusion 
is included . (18 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Ramf jord, L.D.S. , Ph .D, 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green, D.D.S. , M,S, 
Associate Professor, Department of 

Periodonti cs 
School of Dentistry 
The University of Michigan 



8D-117 

Vi deo 

Cassette 

#17 

373* -561 ' 



MOUNTING OF CASTS IN A SIMI-ADJUSTABLE ARTICULATOR AND 

USE OF BITE PLANES 

This film shows a step-by-step procedure for mounting of casts 
in a Hanau semi-adjustable articulator using a conventional 
face bow and check bites. Adjustment and function of a maxil- 
lary bite plane are also demonstrated since the use of such 
appliances often is indicated prior to determination of optimal 
jaw relations, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperati on Wi th : 



Sigurd p. Ramf jord, L.D.S. s Ph.D. 
Chairman ^ Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green, D.D.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor* Department of 
Periodontics 



3tM58 OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT, PART I 

CENTRIC 

Video 

Cassette This film entails indications, principles and methods for 
#17 adjustment of occlusion to optimal freedom and stability* 

563 '-753 ' both in centric relation and centric occlusion* The step- 
by-step procedure includes both articulation and intra-oral 
demonstration, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Rafttfjord, L,D,S, 5 Ph.D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green, D,D S S,» M.S. 
Associate Professor , Department of 

Periodontics 
School of Dentistry 
The University of Michigan 



8D-119 OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT, PART II 

LATERAL AND PROTRUSIVE EXCURSIONS 

Video 

Cassette Adjustment of occlusal interferons in various eccentric con- 
#17 tact relations is illustrated on mounted casts and by Intra- 

756 , -877 , oral recording. The movie explains to what extent eccentric 
movement should be adjusted. Proper finish and testing of the 
results of the adjustment are Included, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Ramfjord, UD.S., Ph.D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green 5 D.D„S* a M.S. 
Associate Professor* Department of 
Periodontics 



PERIODONTAL EXAMINA : ION s PART I 
EXAMIATIQN PROCEDURES 



Procedures for clinical examination of the periodontium are 
illustrated with emphasis being placed on gingival color, den- 
si ty, relation of the gingival margin to the cemento-enamel 
junction, pocket depth and bleeding tendency, Roentgenological 
examination is also included. (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Rarnfjord, L.D.S., Ph.D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green, D.D.S, , M.S. 
Associate Professor* Department of 

Periodontics 
School of Dentistry 
The University of Michigan 



PERIODONTAL EXAMINATION, PART II 
CHARTING 

This film illustrates detailed periodontal examination of singl 
teeth and recording of the findings on a chart. The finished 
chart should provide all information regarding periodontal mor- 
phology pertinent to future diagnosis and treatment planning. 
(19 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Ramfjord, 1,0,5,, Ph. D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
Edward Green, D.D.S, , M.S. 
Associate Professor, Department of 
Periodontics 



V^/OAL IMPLANT REPLACEMENT OF THE FRACTURED DISPLACED CONDYLE 



Failure to reduce and immobil ize the fractured mandibular condyle 
frequently results in poor articulation of the teeth, open bite 
or inability to open the mouth. This film shows the use of a 
prosthetic implant for correction of these complications, ( 7U mi nutes i 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperatiun With: George W. Hahn, D . D . 5 . 

VA Hospital, Dallas, Texas 



ORAL EXFOLIATIVE CYTOLOGY 

Oral exfoliative cytology can disclose early and unsuspected can- 
cer of the mouth, This film shows several clinical examples of 
unsuspected mouth cancers and the technique for obtaining a 
cytology specimen. Variation of the microscopic appearance of 
normal cells and cancer cells is presented and the direct appli- 
cation of several actual cases is shown, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Henry C. Sandler, D.M.D. , M . P . H . 

Clinical Professor of Community Dentistry 
University of Southern California 
School of Dentistry 
Los Angeles, California 



SIT DOWN , DOCTOR—AND LIVE! 

Dentists have been punishing their legs and back needlessly for 
several generations by working all day in a standing position 
and without adequate assistance. According to statistics, "sit- 
down 18 dentistry can prolong a dentist's useful operating life about 
ten years, This film emphasizes the value of "sit-down 11 dentistry, 
and shows the direct approach to the four oral quadrants, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H, Niebel , D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration 
Washington, D , C. 



80-125 



ORDERLY DEVELOPMENT OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE DESIGN - PART I 



Video Logical step-by-step procedure helps to simplify the development 
Cassette of removable partial denture design. This film illustrates these 
#35 sequences on maxillary and mandibular casts, (14 minutes) 



1 '-310' 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Walter J, Demer, D.D.5, 

Associate Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School, of Dentistry 
Georgetown University 



8D-126 ORDERLY DEVELOPMENT OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE DESIGN - PART II 

Video Logical step-by-step procedure helps to simplify the development 

Lassette 0 f removable partial denture design. This film Illustrates these 
nr i sequences on maxillary and mandibular casts, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Aumini strati on Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Walter J, Demer, D . D , 3 . 

Associate Professor^ Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dentistry 
Georgetown University 



8D-12Z SECONDARY IMPRESSIONS FOR THE DISTAL 

EXTENSION BASE REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE 

Video 

Cascette This film demonstrates the procedures incident to obtaining 
#35 impressions of edentulous areas made on bases attached to the 

51 8 1 -699 1 removable partial denture framework, These secondary impres- 
sions cover all available bearing areas, record the peripheral 
length, direction, and contours accurately and assure an inti- 
mate contact between the base and residual ridge, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A, Travagl ini , D.D.S, 

Associate Professor, Prosthodontics * 
Georgetown University 
School of Dentistry 
Washington, D, C. 



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SURGICAL REPLACEMENT OF THE MANDIBLE WITH STAINLESS STEEL MESH 



Video Demonstrates the surgical replacement of large segments of the 

Cassette mandible using cast stainless steel mesh, This versatile pros- 

MO thesis is capable of restoring both estheti and function, 

566 l -745 l (15^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: George W. Hahn, D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Dal las , Texas 



8D-129 



FREE GRAFTS OF PALATAL MU> - SA IN MANDIBULAR VESTIBULOPLASTY 



Video Surgical deepening of the labial, buccal and lingual sulci will 
Cassette increase the denture-bearing area and provide lateral stability. 
Ml The free graft of palatal gingiva originally present, maintains 

1 1 -34 1 ' the extent of the deepened sulci, and provides good denture 
supporting tissue, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: 



H, David Hall , B,S., D.M.D, 
Staff Oral Surgeon 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
Professor and Chairman 
Division of Oral Surgery 
Vanderbilt Medical Center 
Nashville* Tennessee 



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8D-131 



SUBGINGIVAL CURETTAGE 



video Subgingival curettage and root planing of peri odontally invol- 
Cassette ved teeth are demonstrated in this film, The rationale for 
^26 these therapeutic procedures Is explained, ( 1 5k minutes) 

r-33T 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Richard A, Schick, D.D.S. s M.S. 

Robert R. Nissle, D.D.S., M.S. 
Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S,, Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



8D-132 LATERAL SLIDING FLAP 

Video Demonstrates the lateral sliding flap operation for the correc- 

Cassette ti on of labial gingival recession on a central Incisor. The 

^26 rationale for this surgical procedure is discussed. (Hh minutes) 

333' -539' 

Produced By: Veteran;, Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: E. Barrie Kenney, B.D.Sc, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L-D.S . , Ph. 0. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



80-133 DOUBLE PAPILLAE REPOSITIONED FLAP 

Video Demonstrates the use of a double papillae repositioned flap to 

Cassette cover a defect created by labial gingival recession. Indications 
#26 for this procedure are discussed. ( 1 Zk minutes) 

541' -694' 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James W. Knowles , D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L. D.S. , Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



8D-134 



VERTICAL DIMENSION IN COMPLETE DENTURES 



Video Proportional and functional methods to establish a tentative ver- 

Cassette tical dimension for the edentulous patient are demonstrated, 

#4 The correlation of this dimension with the centric relation 

607' -740' is emphasized, (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A. Travaglini , D.D.S. 

Dental Field Supervisor 

Dental Professional Service 

Veterans Administration, Washington, D. C, 



8D-135 CENTRIC RELATION 

Video Registration of the centric relation record with wax occlusal 

Cassette rims is shown and explained, Methods used to ret rude the man- 

#4 dible are demonstrated and the three-dimensional character of 

742 l -849 l this record is detailed with drawings, (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A, Travaglini, D.D.S. 

Dental Field Supervisor 

Dental Prof es si onal Service 

Veterans Administration, Washington, D. C 



8D-136 CENTRIC CHECK BITE PROCEDURE 

Video The centric check bite is based on the premise that a border 

Cassette position exists and can he repeated and reproduced. In this 
#5 segment of this three-part series, the methodology of this pro- 

1 1 -238 1 cedure is described, This step finalizes the centric relation 

record by verifying the previous tentative positions. (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Edmund A, Travaglini, D.D,5, 

Dental Field Supervisor 
Dental Professional Service 
Veterans Administration, Washington* D,C, 



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3D-137 



INITIAL OR HYGIENIC PHASE OF PERIODONTAL THERAPY 



Video The procedures to be included in the initial or hygienic phase 

Cassette of all periodontal therapy are demonstrated, Comparison be- 

#27 '-ween the patient's periodontal status at admission and com- 

1 '-362* pletion of treatment is presented, (18 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Ramf jord, L,D.S. S Ph.i). 

Edward Green, D.D.S., M.S. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



8D-138 CASTING OF DENTAL GOLD ALLOYS 

THERMAL EXPANSION TECHNIQUE 

Video 

Cassette This film explains that the fabrication of accurately fitting 
*8 dental castings is dependent upon proper se 1 • :tion and use of 

1 1 - 356 1 materials. It covers the prevention of warp age of wax patterns, 
selections and attachment of the sprue, investing, eliminating 
the wax pattern, and melting and casting the alloy. (16 minutes) 

Produced By: U.S . National Bureau of Standard- 
Washington, D. C. 



8D-139 GINGI VECTOMY 

Video A surgical gingi vectomy is performed on a 28-year old patient 

Cassette with periodontal disease. The operative technique is pre- 

#27 sented in detail, Pre-operati ve examination and post-operative 

366 1 -635 1 results are demonstrated, (20 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Admi nistration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Sigurd P. Ramf jord , L.D.S . , Ph.D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 

School of Dentistry 

The University of Michigan 



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8D-14Q 



SLIDING FLAP WITH FREE GINGIVAL GRAFT 



Video A lateral positioned split thickness flap and free gingival graft 

Cassette are used to correct a periodontal defect on a 16-year old patient's 

#27 lower central Incisor. Post-operative results are presented. 

638' -81 2 1 (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James W* Knowl es , D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramf jord, L.D.S. , Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontic^ 
The University of Michigan 



8D-141 PREPARATION OF THE IMMEDIATE DENTURE FOR DELIVERY 

Video The procedures shown will promote the continued health of the tis= 
Cassette sues and reduce post-delivery problems* These demonstrations include 
#6 selective grinding to develop a smooth , free articulation of the 

31 5 1 -51 5 1 teeth and corrections of the periphery and the tissue surface to 
permit proper seating of the denture* (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Brien R. Lang, D.D.S . 

Associate Professor 
Complete Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
■ - University of Michigan 



8D-142 POSITIVE DUPLICATION OF THE NATURAL DENTITION FOR 

THE IMMEDIATE DENTURE PATIENT— PART I 

Video 

Cassette The technical procedures for fabricating acrylic denture teeth 
#13 and duplicating the mold, shade position and arrangement of the 

l'»338 ! natural teeth for the immediate denture patient ar?e demonstrated 
in this two-part film, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert L* Pearce, D.D.S, 

Assistant Director for Research and 

Education in Dentistry 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D. C. 

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8D-143 POSITIVE DUPLICATION OF THE NATURAL DENTITION FOR 

THE IMMEDIATE DENTURE PATIENT— PART II 

Video 

Cassette The technical procedures for fabricating acrylic denture teeth 
J 13 and duplicating the mold, shade position and arrangement of the 

340'-569' natural teeth for the immediate denture patient are demonstrated 
in this two-part film, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert L Pearce* D.D.S. 

Assistant Director for Research and 

Education in Dentistry 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D. C. 



80-144 SETTING AN ADJUSTABLE ARTICULATOR TO POSITIONAL RECORDS 

PART I 

Video 

Cassette The adjustments for the instrument are described and the methodo- 
#6 logy of recording the hinge axis on a patient and Its transfer 

518^740 ' to the articulator are demonstrated, The patient's casts are 

related to the articulator in the proper plane and the mandibular 
cast mounted to the maxillary in the most retruded position, 
(18% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Florian Knap, D.D.S, 

Chairman, Fixed Prosthodontics 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin ^. 



80-145 SETTING AN ADJUSTAi/. t rtii/ICUL ATOR TO POSITIONAL RECORDS 

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Cassette This film shows the ..jet hods employed to obtain the patient's 
#6 lateral and protrusive ree'rds a*ter pre-regHtra tiun of these 

743' -861 ' positions on the articulator, Th* settings on the adjustable 
instrument to accept these record* * re described and close-up 
omparisons are made of the articulator occlusion and the 
patient's occlusion. It is felt that these procedures are 
extremely helpful in diagnosing occlusal problems and in the 
fabrication of complicated fixed bridges, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Florian Knap, D.D.S. 

Chairman, Fixed Pros thodonti cs 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



8D-146 FREE GINGIVAL GRAFT 

Video A split-flap and free gingival graft are used to correct gin- 
Cassette gival recession on a patient's two mandibular central incisors, 
#26 Sufficient gain in gingival attachment is achieved to avoid 
695 1 -829 1 muscle pull around these teeth, (12*$ minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James W. Knowles, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S., Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
School of Dentistry 
The University of Michigan 



80-147 VELOPHARYNGEAL CLOSURE IN SPEECH AND DEGLUTITION 

Video The mechanism of velopharyngeal closure and speech is demon- 
Cassette stratea in a patient who had undergone a radical right max- 
1 ' =323 ' ctorny and orbita1 exenteration for carcinoma. (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: John M. Rati no, M.D, 

Chief Resident, Plastic Surgery 

Georgetown University and 

VA Hospital, Washington, D. C, 



80=148 • THE RIGHT CHOICE 

Video This film shows the relationship between the Ingestion of sul- 

i?I ™V nd 1ts conversi0n t0 dextran and acid by oral bacteria 

til' cm Strep Ju d his Fr1ends " Portray this reaction in an animated 

-b\\ sequence. The dramatic results of human and environmental 
pollution are shown. (6 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H. Niebel , D.D.S. 

Director, Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital, Washington. D. C. 



80=150 SECTIONAL TRAY IMPRESSION FOR MAXILLARY IMMEDIATE DENTURE 

Video Although the construction of the wsuon tray demonstrated in 
Cassette this film requires slightly more time, it allows more control 
i • -319' f borc,er ^tensions and permits a functional type of palatal 

i seal to be established. The edentulous portion of the impres- 

sion can also be used for the construction of an accurate and 
stable base plate. (14% minutes) 

Produced By: . Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With- Charles C. Kelsey, B.S., D.D.S, , M.S. 

Brien R. Lang, A . B . , D.D.S. , M.S. 
Associate Professors 
Complete Denture Department 
School of Dentistry 
University of Mlchiqan 



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8D-151 INTRODUCTION TO EXTRA- ORAL RADIOGRAPHY—THE FILM CASSETTE 

Video Dental examinations are enhanced by radiographs covering areas 

Cassette larger than possible with intra- era! films and having better 

#31 definition than panographs. The equipment necessary for extra- 

1 '-116' oral radiography in the dental office is described, (5 minutes) 



Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 
S^ h : of Dentistry 
Ann v-^r, Michigan 



8D-152 EXTRA-ORAL RADIOGRAPHY— THE STANDARD LATERAL JAW 

Video With the lateral jaw radiograph, the maxillary molars and their 

Cassette supporting structures, mandibular molars and the bicuspid -ireas 

#31 can be exposed without superimposi tion of other structures. 

11 8 1 -219 * This technique is demonstrated in detail, (5% minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Admfni-stration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G, Richards 9 M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University o^ Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



80^153 EXTRA^ORAL RADIOGRAPHY—THE ANTERIOR LATERAL JAW 

Video The anterior lateral jaw radiograph shows the anterior teeth and 

Cassette their supporting structures from the midline back to the cuspid 

#31 region, Positioning the patient and x-ray cone are clearly 

223 1 -310 1 demonstrated, (Bh minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards , M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



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80^154 



EXTRA-ORAL RADIOGRAPHY — THE P V TERIO'P LATERAL JAW 



Video The posterior lateral jaw radiograph is useful for investigating 

Cassette fractures, cysts and neoplasms of the radius, angle and oostenr? r 

#31 _ body of the mandible, The technique of obtaining this "i«w i-. 

3 1 2 1 -382 ' clearly presented, (5 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G, RicharGS, M.S. 

Professor of Dent \ r , i. 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



8D-155 EXTRA-ORAL RADIOGRAPHY-- THE MANDIBULAR CONDYLE 

The position of the patient, head of the x - -ay machine and cassette 
are adjusted to radiographics 1 ly expose the condylar process of 
the mandible. The structures on both sides are recorded but only 
those from the one side are clearly defined, (6 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
Um" verr- i ty of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



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Cassette 

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8D-156 EXTRA-ORAL RADIOGRAPHY— TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT SURVEY 

Video The condylar head, articular fossa, articular eminence, external 

Cassette auditory canal and the mastoid region are seen in the radiograph 

#32 of this area, The technique of obtaining this film is demon- 

1 1 -149' strated on a skull anri live patient, (6 ! a minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dent* -trv 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
~ Ann Arbor, Michigan 



8D-157 FACIAL MOULAGE IMPRESSION 

Video Models of the face make excellent pre and post-operative records 

Cassette for the plastic surgeon 5 otolaryngologist , and maxi llo-faclal 

#42 prosthodontist. An Impression technique for the construction 

326 5 -481 1 of facial moulagr is demonstrated in detail, (10 minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: F. Pflughoeft, D.D.S. 

Dental Service 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Wood, Wisconsin 



8D~158 INTERPROXIMAL (BITEWING) RADIOGRAPHY 

Video Interproximal or "bite-wing 11 dental radiographs are used to 

Cassette reveal i nterproximal , occlusal, and secondary caries in posterior 

#32 teeth and to provide an accurate pic?.<J"™ of the alveolar crests, 

1 5 1 1 ^434 1 An accepted technique for obtaining the?se views is presented in 



detai 1 , ( 1 6 l 2 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



OCCLUSAL RADIOGRAPHY* PART I 
—INTRODUCTION AND MAXILLARY PROJECTIONS 

Five specific types of occlusal radiographic examinations of the 
maxilla are presented. Common errors in positioning are explained 
and their correction demonstrated, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 




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Video 
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8D-160 



T 00TH3RUSHING I- CIRCULAR SCRUB METHOD 



Video The circular scrub method of toothb rushing with a soft, multi- 
Cassette tufted brush is demonstrated on a typo do nt; and in the mouth of 
#20 a patient, (13 minutes) 



342'-534' 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: C. Mark Gil son, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ram fjord, L . D * S . , Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



80-161 TOOTHBR,;.?;, <G II — THE BASS TECHNIQUE 

Video The Bass, or intracrevlcular method of toothbrushing with a soft 

Cassette mul ti -tufted toothbrush, is demonstrated on a typodont and in 

#20 the mouth of a patient. (14 minutes) 
537'-710* 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: C. Mark Gil son, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S. , P; f D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



80-162 



GUM TROUBLE - WHAT IS IT, DOCTOR? 



Vid?*o A major concern of the dental profession is the introduction of 
Cassette the public to preventive procedures that may be used to maintain 
#19 optimum oral health. Plaque i dentificati " removal with 

61 5 1 ^742 1 the aid of dental floss and the toothhru \ wtrated in 

this patient motivational film, (n minu' 



Produced By: Veterans Admin r strati on Dentas 



In Cooperation With, 



nuv.g Center 



Herman Corn , D.D.S. 
Associate Professor of Periodontics 
University of Pennsylvania 
School of Dental Medicine 



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Video 

Cms so Up Ifir tooth fat tors contri hut. i nq to life like replacements for 
tt]? t hn pilentulous pat iont nrn dealt with in this series . In the 

I' j?/' Mrs!, film, the various sys terns for selecting the size of the 

tMpt.h ,irn il^iimrr. f ra tpd and tho advantages And disadvantages 

exp I «i i ned . ( I in i rit i tns ) 

PrniluM-l Py : Vfferaris Adminis h\i Hon [inn ta 1 Training Center 

In (.iMpnrdt ion With: James E , House, U . D . S . 

Head, Department of Complete Prosthodontics 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
Indianapol is , Indiana 



8D-166 ESTHETICS IN COMPLETE DENTURES, PART II 

ANTERIOR TOOTH COLOR 

Video 

Cassette The methods for developing harmony between artificial teeth and 
#12 facial colors are exposed In this film and a synthesis of the 

330' -530 1 elements producing pleasing color harmony satisfying to the 
patient and dentist are presented, (14 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Janies E. House, D.D.S . 

Head, Department of Complete Prosthodontics 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
Indianapolis Indiana 



I H) li C E L A I N - 1 ; MS I". D* T 0 - (i OL 0 CROWNS AND BRIDGES, PART I 
1O0TH PREPARATION 

Video 

Cassette Correct tooth preparation for por ce lain- f us cd- to - go 1 d crowns 
*16 is demonstrated. Careful adherence to the basic principles 

?1 8 * -446 ' and techniques that are presented results in the production 

of an accurately fitting and es thetical ly pleasing fixed 

parti ill denture ( 13 mi nutes ) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Keith A. Thayer, D.I). 5, 

Professor & (lead, 
Department of Crown and Bridge 
Coll eye of Dentistry 
Uni vers i ty of Iowa 



8D-168 PORCELAIN- FUSED-TO-GOlD CROWNS AND BRIDGES, PART II 

GINGIVAL RETRACTION AND DIE PREPARATION 

Video 

Cassette Accurately fitting gingival margins can be achieved by carefully 
#16 adhering to the principles and details of gingival retraction* 

448 1 -5/2 1 impression technique and die preparation demonstrated In this 
film. (8*s minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Keith A, Thayer, D.D.S. 

Professor & Head , 
Department of Crown and Bridge 
Col lege of Dentistry 
University of Iowa 




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V idou In this film, a reverse bevel flat) is used to remove croviculir 

CtVi^et-t? epithelium from periodontal pockets and provide adequate access 

• 28 tor subsequent sea 1 i nq and root planing. (19 minutes) 

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Produced By : Veterans Mm i ni s tra t i on Dental Tra ininq Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P, Rani fjord, L . 0 . S . , Ph . D. 

Depa rtment of Per iodonti c r 
The University of Michigan 



8 D- 1/1 IN VIVO STAINING OF INTRA- ORAL DYS PLASTIC CHANGE 

Video A simple in v i vo staining test is presented in which toluidine 

Cassette blue dye is used to delineate the distribution of neoplastic 
* 10 epithelium in the intraepithelial intraoral lesion, (9 minutes' 

546 1 -652 1 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold H. Niebel, D.D.S, 

Director, Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital 
Washington, D . C. 



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BD-17? UPWUAIlll dA* IMPULSION 

Video In t* conference on the? distal e*t.i»ns j on Removable Parti til non- 
Cassette ture with Ors. 0. C . Appl eqatt; , Dayton i)tj nb«i r Krajicek and 
#36 E, A. Tr<ivaglini t attention Wcis focused on stress control us 

a mean', of maintaining oral health . This distribution over the 
edentulous ridges crin he achl ovod through secondary Impressions 
of these area* with fluid wax. ( 1 v. minutes) 

Produced By: Vftrrans ArtuinKtrfition Dnnttil Tra ini nq Center 

In Cooperation With : Oliver r . . AppleqiHo , [).[), S. 

[meri f.us PrufVsbor of Dent is try 
School of Dmt i stry 
Univerri ty of Mi chi tjfin 



8D-1 73 OCCLUSAL PATH RECORD 

Video A recent discussion on the requirements of removable partial 
Cassette dentures had as participants Dr. 0. C. Applegate* D, D. Kra ji cek 
#36 and E, A, Travaqlini* One of the requisites discussed was the 

288' -504' Development of an Occlusal Path Record for Removable Partial 
Dentures which is the subject of this film, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With" Oliver C. Applegate, D.D.S. 

Emeritus Professor of Dentistry 

School of Dentistry, University of Michigan 



8D-174 OCCLUSAL RADIOGRAPHY, PART II 

MANDIBULAR PROJECTIONS 

Video 

Cassette An accepted technique for obtaining a mandibular anterior 
#32 occlusal radiograph is demonstrated. Errors in positioning* 

611 '-699 1 and their correction, are explained, (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Albert G. Richards, M.S. 

Professor of Dentistry 
University of Michigan 
School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



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•■iv'»'?Mh or ,i prostfuM i c a |»p 1 1 a rice, f roqu t ?r 1 1 1 y nor oinrs traumatized or 

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fctf*) ' - is ilHn»unsr.ri.\t.tw| n n two sepa rdto pa 1 1 on is . (10 minutes) 

'YoJuued By: Vetorans Admi n is trat ion Dm t,a 1 Training Center 

in i.nopiWd ti on With: H- David Mall, b,:,, D.M.tl, 

Staff Oral Surqnnn, VA Hospital 

Professor and Chairman, Pi vision of Oral Surgery 

Vanderbi 1 t Medical Center 

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HO- 1 ^ 1 ANTfRlOR MAXILLARY OSTEOTOMY AND CLOSURE OF DIASTEMA 

Video An accepted technique for surgically correcting the protrusion 

Cassette Mnd diastema of maxi 1 lary central incisors is demonstrated in 
-41 this film, (16 1 , minutes) 

344 '-575' 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation Wi th : Noah R. Calhoun, D.D.S., M.S.D. 

Oral Surgeon 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D. C . 

Visiting Professor, Dental College, 
Howard University 
Washington, D. C, 



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t h r ? SiWim t'lfir.i' way a suvqeoM antl his n jr'.i * handle stirq'Mi 

i ns tnmifMif.-i Jurirw tin operation, ( / minutes) 

Produced By • Piih 1 i .. Hon 1 1 h Servi re 

In I'm i-ii f 1 1 1 m W i f h : l)i vi s i nn ul I )c , nl,*i I Ilea I Ui 

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tNUODUN! ICS - i-'Kl'.PAKATI ON OF THE ROOT CANAL, PART 1 

The basic steps of root canal preparation to receive a qu tta 
perch a fillintj are deniorst rated on an upper control incisor, 
This includes thn elimination of all sources of irritation in 
the canal, such as toxic protein breakdown products and micro- 
organisms . Enldryimu tanerinq. and smooth! ncj the canal are 
clearly demonstrated, (Hv minutes) 

Produced By: U. S. Department of the Navy 



ENDODONTICS - PREPARATION OF THE ROOT CANAL, PART II 

Files and reamers are used to create a definite preparation to 
receive the desired filling material. Since the configuration 
of the preparation is dictated by the morphology of the canal , 
variations are shown. Microbial culture and control are also 
seen in this film. (10 minutes) 

Produced By: V, E. Department of the Navy 




HI)- 190 



f NDonoNTics ^ ni.LiNfi t hi rooi canal 



Video Lateral condensation of qutta pr rcha and (hp ir,n of silver canon 

Cassette to achieve total obliteration of tho root canal spaces and es- 

tab 1 Ish an effective sen! are demonstrated in this film. Indl- 
460 1 -6 18 1 cations for each mothod am pros pn ted. (I2 l p minutes) * 



Produced By: 



Department of the* Navy 



8D-191 

Video 
Cassette 

62T-714' 



ENDODONTICS 
FILLING NIL ROOT CANAL- -BICUSPID TttTH 

The technique of filling root canals with silver cones is demon- 
strated. (9 minutes ) 

Produced By; LL S, Department of the Navy 



80-192 

Video 

Cassette 

#44 

1 '-208; 



RIGHT ANGLE RADIOGRAPHY WITH RINN CIRCULAR 
POSITIONING INDICATING DEVICE—ANTERIOR TEETH 

The technique described in this film utilized a long, cylindrical 
tube with instruments designed to position the film parallel to 
the long axes of the teeth, and guiding devices to direct the 
x-ray beam at right angles to the film. These are known as the 
Rinn Circular Positioning Indicating Devices, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: 



William J, Updegrave, D,D.S. 
Professor, Dental Radiography 
Temple Uni versi ty 
School of Dentistry 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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Cassette The patient recei vos 50 loss rati i j t i on with the rectangular tube 
«44 demonstrated in f- hi s film than with the con vontional circular tube, 

ih'> ' - f >l l . ' Ri qht-anqle Accc if ; sor i and hnciin-di rocti nn i ns tmnipntr; desiqned for 
radiography of the antiori or tpoth art 1 used. ( 10 1 .. minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Adnnnis tration Pnntal Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Will iani J, Updetjraye, D - D . S . 

Professor, Dental Radiography 

Temple University School of Dentistry 

Phi ladel phi a , Pennsyl vania 



80O9 5 RIGHT ANGLE RADIOGRAPHY WITH RINN RECTANGULAR 

POSITIONING INDICATING DEVICE — POSTERIOR TEETH 

Vi 'leo 

Cassette This film demonstrates the use of a rectangular tube to decrease 
?44 the amount of x-radiation received by a patient in dental radio- 

51 8 * - 657 1 graphy. Instruments used to achieve perfect alignment of the 
posterior teeth and film are also shown. (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William J, Updegrave, [L D . S . 

Professor, Dental Radiol oqy 
Temple University School of Dentistry 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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KIJ-1% IMMCiiNf. ANfUf IN IRAORAl RAD lOHRAPIIY 

Willi MINN niHCUIAR POM T IDNING INDICATING 

vicioo nrvin - part i--an rr rfom ii i.rti 

Cassette 

?44 Minn HI soet inu Arv) lu I ns t rumen ts «ind u circular motal tube are 

665' -7h2 ' used to produce anterior tooth imnrjos of cor met 1 oriq 1 tudi rial 

dimension. Rddfoyrnphs obtii innd wi th this technique arc? s imple 
to takn and accurately roprotlucod . (M 1 , minute?;) 

Produced By: Voti*rans Admin is tr ( ition Den fa 1 Tniininc) Center 

In Cunpnr.if inn Wild; Will Mm J. llpdp<jr<!Vis D.D.S, 

Prot us so r , IJi?n U 1 Kadi o I ocjy 
Tomp 1 o University School of Dentistry 
Ph il ddol phi a , Pennsyl va n i a 



8D- 197 BISECTING ANGLE RADIOGRAPHY WITH RINN CIRCULAR 

POSITIONING INDICATING DEVICE— POSTERI OR TEETH 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates the use of Rinn Bi secting-Angle instru- 
#45 ments to standardize and simplify the procedure of projecting 

208 '-394* an x-ray beam perpendicular to a plane bisecting the angle formed 
by the longitudinal axis of the tooth and the plane of the film 
packet. The resulting radiographs are of excellent quality and 
can be accurately duplicated, (B ] 2 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William J, Updegrave, 0,0,3, 

Professor, Dental Radiology 
Temple University School of Dentistry 
Phi 1 a del phi a, Pennsylvania 



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Cassi'M *■ Ihi* Ihnn Rim;! uhqu l<n I'um i luninti I mlii .1 M n*! Pov it v is usihI to 
Mb iiu t.oiiiri lie a 1 1y obtain the cornel huri/imtul rind vrriidil iirum- 

?0H ' - I'M' hit ion in a pp 1 y i ncj f hp hi srt.f inq - arui 1 1 - principle for intm-ord 1 
rdili oMraphy . A roc tcjnqu In f t ubn i j . u'.t'd to rmiun? the? amount 
nt rjfii.it inn rcM.rivod by tho p«it itwit , ( 1 mi nu I t»s ) 

IVoiluunI Hy : VMiMMns At fin i n i *■ f r.it inn DrnUl Iniinin<| (.nntiM" 

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8D-199 BISECTING ANGLE RADIOGRAPHY WITH R I NN RECTANGULAR 

POSITIONING INDICATING DEVICE—POSTERIOR TEETH 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates the use of instruments for Bisecting- 
H5 Angle Radiography of the posterior teeth. A rectangular tube 

396 1 -540' minimizes the amount of radiation to the patient. Posterior 
radiographs obtained with this technique are free of technical 
errors and can be accurately duplicated, (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William J, Updegrave, 0,0=3, 

Professor, Dental Radiology 
Temple University School of Dentistry 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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l>'Hi»' 1 1 ' v * * I . in Mini|itinn«, n! ,i<lviinri"l hnnn f ipppt i on . (M nil nu tr* 

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?* If- > I HITIWINfi K'AOI DnUAINIV WITH RINN Rf CTANfiUI AN 

POS I T I ON I NCi INDICATING DFVICf; 

{ -\ |,,St ' tr - r Hii' ()os j t. igninci iridi ch i i ru] device demons trated in this film auto- 
rn t i t icii I ly i fhii ca tes the correct beam-teeth alignment, eliminates 
cone cuttinq , .irui correctly records the embrasures and contact 
areas . ( ]Q nij nutes) 

Proilut.orj By: Voteranu Administration Dental Tra i rn ny Center 

In Cooperation With: Willi am J. Updeqrave, D.D.S, 

Professor, Dental Radiology 
Temple University School of Dentistry 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



RADIOGRAPHY OF THE TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINTS 

Video Three techniques, utilizing conventional dental radiographic 

Cassette units for radiographing the temporomandibular joints from their 

lateral and inferior aspects, are demonstrated in this film, 
T-399' These techniques are the transcranial lateral oblique, the trans* 

orbital, and the inf racrania 1 . (19^ minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William J. UpdeQrave, D.D. S . 

Professor, Dental Radiology 

Temple University School of Dentistry 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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80^03 



RADIOGRAPHY ni" THE MANDIBULAR RAMUS Willi IHt I'ANORfX UNIT 



Video A method of obtaining convention!] I p.moriinik radioqrdphs of thr 

Cassette 1 r?ki x 1 Ho- mil nd 1 bu 1 ii r reqiom Is Memorr, tnitod. A technique o! uh- 

#46 talnlnq a modi find view of the mini l.o < orroct dis<:rop«nu;1o c i 

402 1 -bZb 1 is also shown. (H 1 ., minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dentdl Trafnlnq Center 

In Cooperation Wi th : Will lam J, llpdtMirdvc; v O.IJ.S. 

Professor. Denta 1 Radiology 

Temple University School of Dentistry 

Phi InHnlphi n , IVnn r »y 1 v/mla 



8Q-2Q4 DENTAL ESTHETICS 

TOOTH ARRANGEMENT - PART I 

Video 

Cassette The arrangement of teeth in this film is based on a system using 
#12A accurately contoured occlusal rims, These are a three dimensional 

1 '-274 ■ guide for laboratory technicians in arriving at the general tooth 
arrangement and perfecting their rotation, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperati on Wi th : James E. House , D.D.S. 

Professor, Department of Complete prosthodontics 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



8D-2G5 DENTAL ESTHETICS 

TOOTH ARRANGEMENT - PART 1 1 

Video 

Cassette This film describes and demonstrates through drawings and perfor- 
#12A mance the basic positional changes that can be applied to indl* 

282 1 -461 1 vidua! anterior teeth. The superior-inferior, anterior-posterior, 

the pitch as well as the tilt and rotation of each anterior tooth 

receives consideration* (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperati on Wi th : James E. House, D.D.S. 

Professor, Department of Complete Prosthodontics 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
Indi anapolls , Indiana 



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8D-206 DENTAL ESTHETICS 

TOOTH ARRANGEMENT - PART III 

VI deo 

Cassette This film describes the application of five positional changes 
^12A of the anterior teeth and how these changes affect the appearance 

468' -eOS' of edentulous patients, Labio-dental sounds and their effect on 
soft wax forms the basis for arriving at the desired tooth 
position in this arrangement system, ( 10 J 2 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; James E, House, D.D.S. 

Professor, Department of Complete Prosthodontlc 
Indiana University School of Dentistry 
I ndianapol is , Indiana 



8D-207 AMALGAM CAVITY PREPARATION 

MODIFIED OUTLINE FORM, PLACEMENT OF LINER, BASES & PINS 

Video 

Cassette A modified Class Two cavity is prepared for an amalgam restora- 
#48 tion . In a second tooth with a large cavity and little tooth 

1 '-202 1 structure remaining, pins are employed to secure retention, 
(9^ ni nutes J 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Wilmer B. Fames , D.D.S* 

Emory Universi ty 
School of Dentistry 



8D»208 AMALGAM ALLOYS 

DISPENSING SYSTEMS DISPOSABLE CAPSULES AND AMALGAMATOR 

Video 

Cassette The cut and content of various commercially available amalgam 
#48 alloys are discussed. A variety of proportioning, dispensing 

212 '-328 1 and amalgamating devices are demonstrated, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Wilmer B, Eames , D .D.S. 

Emory Uni versi ty 
School of Dentistry 



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80-209 CONTOURED AMALGAM MATRIX 

WEDGI NG-C0NDEN5I NG METHODS, CARVING AND POLISHING 

Video 

Cassette Newly designed, anatomically contoured matrix bands are used in 
#48 filling a Class Two cavity* A variety of wedges to secure inter- 

ase'-ftJO' proximal adaptation of the band are shown. Condensing, carving 

and finishing the amalgam restoration are also seen in this film, 

(9 mi nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Admi ni strati n Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Wilmer B. Eames, D.D,S. 

Emory Uni versi ty 
School of Dentistry 



8D-210 COMPOSITES 

REVIEWING OF TYPES , PULP PROTECTION ETCHING 
Video AND PIN TECHNIQUE- PLACEMENT AND FINISHING 

Cassette 

#48 Various composite filling materials are discussed. Photomicrographs 

475'~620' show the desirability of pupal protection. Advantages of enamel 

acid etching are presented. The use of pins Is seen and the tech- 
nique of finishing the restoration ■:, *e demonstrated, (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperati on With : Wilmer B. Eames, D.D.S * 

Emory University 
School of Dentistry 



8D-211 CEMENTATION 

PROPERTIES OF LUTING CEMENTS-MIXING TECHNIQUES-PULP 
Video PRODUCTION CASTING DISPLACEMENT PROBLEMS-ETCHING TECHNIQUE 

Cassette 

#48 The properties of zinc phosphate, si 11 cophosphate or zinc oxide and 

630 1 -702 * eugenol derivatives, and polycarboxylate cements are discussed. 
Mixing techniques are shown. Etching of the casting to provide 
relief and permit eating is also seen in this film, (6H minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation Wi th: Wilmer B. Eames, D.D.S. 

Emory Uni versi ty 
School of Dentistry 




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8D-212 

Video 

Cassette 

#49 

r-278' 



ENDODONTICS 
DIAGNOSIS AND CASE SELECTION - PART I 

The clinical history, tests and radiographic findings required 
for accurate diagnosis and treatment of endodontic disease is 
presented. The rationale for treatment Is explained. (13 minutes) 

Produced By: U. S. Department of the Navy 



8D-213 



Video 
Cassette 
#49 



ENDODONTICS 
DIAGNOSIS AND CASE SELECTION - PART II 



The criteria for careful case selection to achieve successful 
results In endodontic therapy, such as esthetics and systemic 
286 '-SIS' disease, are emphasized. To illustrate the principles of diag- 
nostic procedures, some typical cases are shown, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: U. S. Department of the Navy 



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Video 

Cassette 

#50 

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ENDODONTICS 
PULP MORPHOLOGY AND EFFECTIVE ACCESS 
PART I - THE ANTERIOR TEETH 



Criteria and techniques for obtaining proper access In endodon- 
tic therapy are demonstrated In a series of radiographs and 
six anterior teeth. The methods of achieving aseptis are 
stressed. (20 minutes) 

Produced By: U, S. Department of the Navy 



8D-215 ENDODONTICS 

PULP MORPHOLOGY AND EFFECTIVE ACCESS 
Video PART II - THE BICUSPID TEETH 

Cassette 

^50 The pul pal morphology of the maxillary first and second bicus- 

398 1 -557 ' pid teeth is shown in a series of extracted teeth. The proper 
procedures and techniques to achieve straight line unobstructed 
access to all surfaces of the maxillary first bicuspid canal 
are demonstrated. (12 minutes) 

Produced By: U.S. Department of the Navy 



80^216 ENDODONTICS 

PULP MORPHOLOGY AND EFFECTIVE ACCESS 
Video PART III - THE MOLAR TEETH 

Cassette 

*50 The principles for achieving access to the root canals of the 

565 * -795 ' maxillary first molar are demonstrated. The morphology of the 
roots and canals of this tooth are shown in a series of radio- 
graphs and extracted teeth, Variations from the normal and 
their management in gaining access are also shown, (19 minutes) 

Produced By: U. S. Department of the Navy 



80-218 SETTING THE MAXILLARY ANTERIOR TEETH 

Video This film series of four films demonstrates the fundamentals of 
Cassette setting artificial teeth for the edentulous patient, It is an 
#51 exercise aimed at the novice and Is not necessarily the method 

r-202' of choice for clinical patients. This first film details the 
procedures for setting and arranging the maxillary anterior 
teeth, utilizing prescribed criteria, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frederick S. Muenchinger, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Dentistry 
Complete Denture Department 
University of Michigan, School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Mi chigan 



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SETTING THE MANDIBULAR ANTERIOR TEETH 



Video The mandibular anteriors are positioned after the maxillary 

Cassette anteriors have been set up, This demonstration contains the 
151 procedures for handling the occlusal rims, developing an occlu- 

21 2 * - 31 5 1 sal plane and establishing the anterior, vertical and hori- 
zontal overlap of the teeth, (6 minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frederick S . Muenchinger, 0,0*5,, M.S, 

Assistant Professor of Dentistry 
Complete Denture Department 
University of Michigan, School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor > Michigan 



8D-220 SETTING THE POSTERIOR TEETH 

Video A detailed visual description is given of the setting and 

Cassette articulating of posterior anatomic teeth, The teeth are 

#51 positioned and arranged to meet requirements of occlusal 

324* -467' balance in both the centric and eccentric positions, (6 minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frederick S, Muenchinger , D. D. S. , M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Dentistry 
Complete Denture Department 
University of Michi gan , School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbors Michigan 



80-221 WAXING PROCEDURE FOR SETTING TEETH 

Video The waxing procedures for obtaining the anatomical contours of 

Cassette complete dentures is shown, The contouring of the interproximals 

#51 labials and lingual areas in the wax model is demonstrated and 

474' -557' the advantages of developing this form Is explained, (7 minutes) 



Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frederick 5 . Muenchinger, D. D. S, , M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Dentistry 
Complete Denture Department 
University of Michigan, School of Dentistry 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



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ENUCLEATION OF APICAL CYST AND PLACEMENT 
OF RETROGRADE AMALGAM 



A recorrcnended surgical procedure for gaining access to and enu- 
cleating an apical cyst on a lower bicuspid is demonstrated* 
A retrograde Class I cavity is prepared In the apex of the 
tooth and filled with silver amalgam, Post-operative results 
are presented, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Raymond F. Zambi to , D.D,S. 

Chairman, Department of Dentistry 
The Catholic Medical Center of 

Brooklyn & Queens* Inc, 
88^25 153rd Street 
Jamaica, New York 



SURGICAL CORRECTION OF ANKLOGLOSSIA 

A patient's unusually short fibrous lingual frenum is severed 
to permit a normal range of mobility of the tongue* Care is 
taken to avoid the submaxillary duct, Adequate space is created 
in the ventral surface where the extrinsic musculature is 
attached, (5 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Raymond F, Zambi to , D.D.S. 

Chairman, Department of Dentistry 
The Catholic Medical Center of 

Brooklyn & Queens, Inc. 
B8-25 153rd Street 
Jamaica, New York 



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SURGICAL REMOVAL OF MES 10- ANGULAR IMPACTED THIRD MOLAR 



Video The importance of obtaining adequate surgical exposure and fol- 

Cassette lowing prescribed surgical techniques are emphasized in this 

?52 clinical demonstration, A meslo-angular Impacted lower 3rd 

2 74 1 -333 ' molar is surgi cal 1 y removed without sectioning, (4 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Raymond F. Zambito, D.D,S., M.A, 

Chairman, Department of Dentistry 
Catholic Medical Center 
Jamai ca , New York 
John A, Peterson s D.D.S . 
Professor and Chairman, Department of 

Oral Surgery and Anesthesia 
Fairleigh Dickenson University 
School of Dentistry 



fiD- 225 EXCISION OF BENIGN SOFT TISSUE LESIONS OF THE ORAL CAVITY 

Video This film demonstrates techniques for surgical removal of the 

Cassette following benign soft tissue lesions. Hyperplastic tissue In 
#52 the maxillary muco-labial area caused by an ill fitting denture, 

341 '-56 8' fibroma from the lower lip and tongue , and hype rkeratotic tissue 
from the floor of the mouth, edentulous mandibular alveolar ridge 
and lower lip, In two cases s the patient's denture is used as a 
surgical stent and in all cases suturing technique and wound 
closure principles are described. Post-operative results and 
biopsy reports are presented, (1 6 ! 2 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Raymond F. Zambito, D.D.S,, M.A. 

Chairman, Department of Dentistry 

Catholic Medical Center 

Jamaica, New York 

John A, Paterson, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, Department of 

Oral Surgery and Anesthesia 
Fairleigh Dickenson University 
School of Dentistry 



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8D-226 SURGICAL REMOVAL OF VERTICALLY IMPACTED 

UPPER AND LOWER THIRD MOLARS 

Video 

Cassette An incision is made on the dist 1 aspect of the maxillary tuber- 
#52 osity and extended anteriorly around the neck of the second molar, 

574' -627' Access to a vertically Impacted upper third molar is gained. 

After the tooth is removed with an elevator, soft tissue tags 
are eliminated , the bony margins of the socket filed smooth and 
the wound closed with sutures. (4^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Raymond F, Zambito, D.D.S. 

Chairman, Department of Dentistry 
The Catholic Medical Center of 

Brooklyn & Queens, Inc, 
88-25 153rd Street 
Jamaica s New York 



BD-227 PORCELAIN FUSED TO GOLD, FIXED PARTIAL 

DENTURE, ESTHETIC CONTROL SYSTEM 
Video PART I 

Cassette PREPARATION & TEMPORIZATION 

#53 

1 1 -340 ' This film series describes an esthetic control system for fixed 
partial dentures* It Is a system whereby the desired esthetics 
are p re-determined during the diagnostic phase, and carried out 
through the treatment, restoration and finished prosthesis* Part 
I deals with the examination of the patient, tooth preparation 
and an extra-oral method for constructing a temporary restoration 
that will provide excellent protection to the Involved teeth. 
(17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Jack D, Preston, D.D.S, 

Prosthodontist, VA Hospital 



Wadsworth Hospit 
Los Angeles, Cal 



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fornia 



Dip! ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 



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8D-228 PORCELAIN FUSED TO GOLD, FIXED PARTIAL 

DENTURE , ESTHETIC CONTROL SYSTEM 
Video PART II 

Cassette LABORATORY PHASE, CONSTRUCTION OF FRAMEWORK 

#53 

350' -467 * The laboratory procedures for developing wax patterns whose 

dimensions and contours are controlled by p re-operative stents 
are described in this film. (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Jack D. Preston , D. D.S. 

Prosthodontist, VA Hospital 

Wadsworth Hospital Center 

Los Angeles* California 

Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontlcs 



8D-229 PORCELAIN FUSED TO GOLD, FIXED PARTIAL 

DENTURE , ESTHETIC CONTROL SYSTEM 
Video PART III 

Cassette VENEERING WITH PORCELAIN 

#53 

477 1 -578 ' The procedures for preparing and veneering the casting for an 
anterior bridge are detailed* The use of the polypropylene 
stents in the laboratory phase is shown as is the final cemen- 
tation of the bridge. (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Jack D* Preston, D. D.S . 

Prosthodontist, VA Hospital 

Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics 

Wadsworth Hospital Center 

Los Angeles, California 




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INTRA- ORAL REDUCTION OF SYMPHYSIS FRACTURES 



Video An intra-oral approach for the open reduction of a mandibular 
Cassette symphysis fracture is demonstrated. The advantages of this 
#54 method are emphasized, Pre-operati ve and post-operati ve radio* 

1 '-254 1 graphs are compared and three month post-operative results are 
shown, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: H, David Hall, B.S., D.M.D. 

Staff Oral Surgeon 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
Professor and Chairman, 
Division of Oral Surgery 
Vanderbi It Medical Center 
Nashville, Tennessee 



8D-231 OCCLUSAL RECONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION WITH FIXED PROSTHESIS 

PART I 

Video OCCLUSAL RECONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION OF OCCLUSAL CURVE 

Casse tte 

#57 Failure to replace missing posterior teeth results in the migra- 

1 —303' tion of opposing and adjacent teeth with eventual derangement of 
occlusion. This film demonstrates the restoration of the occlu- 
sal curve by tooth reduction and tooth preparation for fixed 
prosthesis, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: F. J, Knap, D.D.S . , M ,S . 

Professor and Chairman 
Fixed Pros thodon tic Department 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 



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8D-232 OCCLUSAL RECONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION WITH FIXED PROSTHESIS 

PART 2 

Video CONSTRUCTION AND INSERTION OF TEMPORARY BRIDGE 

Cassette AND PREPARATION OF DIES 

#57 

304 1 -445 1 Construct! on of a temporary bridge Is demonstrated using a hand 
formed rectangular block of activated acrylic placed directly on 
the prepared teeth* The usual procedures for preparation of the 
construction dies are augmented by using a binocular microscope 
to more accurately Identify margins, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: F. J, Knap, 0,0,5,, M.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Fixed Prosthodonti cs Department 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 



80-233 OCCLUSAL RECONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION WITH FIXED PROSTHESIS 

PART 3 

Video WAXING OF DIES AND TRY- IN OF CASTINGS 

Cassette 

#57 The waxing procedure for the full crowns used is shown, The 

446' -603 1 proper anatomical consideration in the formation of contact areas* 
marginal ridges and alignment of the central grooves and buccal 
and lingual cusps is emphasized. The investing, casting and 
methology for evaluation of the finished castings are demonstrated, 
(11*2 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: F. J, Knap, D.D.5.* M,S, 

Professor and Chairman 
Fixed Prosthodonti cs Department 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 



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8D-234 OCCLUSAL RECONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION WITH FIXED PROSTHESIS 

PART 4 

Video BRIDGE COMPLETION, ASSEMBLY, AND INSERTION 

Cassette 

#57 This demonstration of bridge assembly uses autopDlymeri 21 ng acrylic 

604' -906 1 to join the units prior to investing for soldering, The soldering 
operation is shown in detail. After bridge cementation, the arma- 
mentarium and method for maintaining proper oral hygiene are shown. 
(14 mi nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation Wi th : F. J . Knap, D.D.S., M.S. 

Professor and Chairman 
Fixed Prosthodonti cs Department 
School of Dentistry 
Marquette University 



8D-235 ROOT AMPUTATION OF FIRST MAXILLARY MOLAR - MESIAL BUCCAL ROOT 

Video A patient with localized periodontal disease of a maxillary first 
Cassette molar is treated by removal of the mesial buccal root, In this 
#58 film, the surgical procedures are demonstrated. The access, 

1 ' -212 1 separation of the root from the remaining tooth structure and 
the contouring of the crown is described, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert A, Uchin , D.D.S. 

Director, Endodontic Residency Program 
VA Hospital, Miami, Florida 



8D-236 ROOT AMPUTATION OF MAXILLARY MOLAR - DISTAL BUCCAL ROOT 

Video The film describes visually the procedures necessary to treat a 
Cassette mol ar wi th advanced periodontal disease by means of surgery, 
#58 endodontics and its reconstruction with a crown, (9 l 2 minutes) 

213»-385' 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert A, Uchin, D.D.S. 

Director, Endodontic Residency Program 
VA Hospital, Miami, Florida 



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8D-237 



HEMI SECTION OF MANDIBULAR MOLAR 



Video Hemisecti on is a valuable procedure for retaining portions of 

Cassette teeth that might be- used as abutments for fixed and removable 

#58 prostheses* The Indications and methods employed for hemisecti on 

386' -577 ■ are shown and described, (7^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Robert A, Uchin, D.D,S 8 

Di rector, Endodontic Residency Program 
VA Hospital , Miami, Florida 



8D-238 This film depicts the special nursing care required for oral 

surgery patients* Specific points covered include a brief re- 
Video view of the anatomy of the mouth and face; pre-operati ve work-up; 
Cassette oral hygiene, pre and post-operative- immediate post-operative 
#59 consideration; and special supplies required for normal post- 

1 '-354 1 operative nursing. These points are emphasized as an adult 

patient is admitted to hospital with a broken jaw, requiring open 
reduction, through surgery f and immediate post-operative care, 
(16% minutes) 

Produced By : Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harold N. NiebeT. D.D.S. 

Veterans Administration Hospital 
Washington, D* C* 



8D-239 FABRICATION OF BITEPLANE ^ PART I 

WAXING ON MOUNTED CASTS 

Video 

Cassette An acrylic blteplane is fabricated on articulated casts to 
#60 eliminate a conflict that exists between patient's occlusal 

I 1 -212* and temporomandibular joint guidance* (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William E, Kotowicz , D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P, Ramfjord, L.D.S., Ph.D. 

School of Dentistry 

The University of Michigan 



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BD-24Q FABRICATION OF BITEPLANE - PART II 

SEMI-DIRECT WAXING 

Video 

Cassette An acrylic b1 teplane Is fabricated to eliminate severe bruxism 
#60 in a twenty-two year old woman. The semi -direct waging method 

213 -400' is employed. (10^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William E. Kotowiez, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S., Ph.D. 

School of Dentistry 

The University of Michigan 



8D-241 FABRICATION OF BITEPLANE - PART III 

TRY-IN AND ADJUSTMENT 

Video 

Cassette The detailed procedures of seating and adjusting an acrylic bite 
#60 plane are demonstrated. Occlusal prematurities of teeth-splint 

401 1 -737' contact in centric relationship are eliminated until the patient 
mandible is able to move freely and without interference in cen- 
tric, lateral and protrusive excursions, (15% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation Wi th: William E. Kotowicz, D.D.S, , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, LD.S., Ph.D. 

School of Dentistry 

The University of Michigan 



8D-242 DISTAL WEDGE - MAXILLA 

Video A wedge of bulbous fibrous tissue is removed from the distal 
Cassette aspect of a maxillary molar to gain access to a deep perlodon- 
#61 tal pocket. The osseous defect is surgically eliminated by 

1 1 - 3 20 ' removal of the pocket epithelial lining and adequate flap 
adaptation. ( 1 4% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperati on Wi th : James W, Knowles , D.D.S. 5 M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S. t Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



V j ( 1 1 m ) An » f t #*i t i v i 1 mi 1 f h tut nf 1 . • dl in! an-: mi • f p I a n i n<i i . Ipmjmm . f • a ' • s 

(asset.f** ( iri f 1 representative tooth trim ea > ■■ » s - »n * » l«»n t t i I a»< *i r 

it*)/ usett, T M f 1 ruMPSsity f tif «iiu i V'l I is t , !f p»a ,hi! :jh-p r i * j i va 1 i a b i 

I'-^Mfi 1 I us depns i f s and subsequent M'lui.thirm the ,i- fun Mi '.uil.ui 1 ', r 
» f rrssed in this till" t *'r l*> , ^ | . : i r M | * f } . 

Pro flu i pf j ft y : V* 1 t iMMH', Ai Imm n i - i f » .| f i i n 'li mi t ,i ] ? »a i n i mm I eh f f «r 

In CoopMr.iMori With: Robert I ! , NlvJ»>, P.: 1 .'.., 

Siqurd P, ^lmtjnnl, I .D. 1 - . . Ph.D. 
Depd?*tnenf n * IVri mlnnf 1 1 s 
f hp I In i v »m* 'i M v o t M i i h i ' |tin 



8D-244 SCALING AND HOOT PI AN I NO - PART II - MANDIRMI AR Ml IH 

Video Thf? removal n f s uticj i nu i val c a 1 u 1 u , an d planim) of the root sur 

Cassette face is mo.t advantaqeous 1 v accompl i shed by employing planned 
**62 procedures. The sea 1 i no and root planim) of the mandibular 

ZBZ'-B?? 1 teeth are ai.roinpl ished in much the same ma nner as used in t hi - 
uid x i 1 1 dry quadrants , (11 mi nu to s ) 

Produced R •/ : Veterans Acltui ni s tra t i on Dental Iraininq (enter 

In Cooperation With: Robert R . Miss le , D . D . S . , M.S. 

Siqurd P. Ranfjnrd, I .[).$. , Ph.D. 
Department o f Peri odonti c;s 
The University of Michigan 



8D-245 GINGIVAL AND BONE GRAFTING FOR NEW ATTACHMENT 

Video A deep intra-bony periodontal Docket involving a maxillary cen- 

Cassette tral incisor is filled with autogenous bone and covered with a 
#63 split thickness graft. Subsequent post-operation radiographs 

show significant reduction of the oriqinal osseous defect, 

(13 mi nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: TorMld Karri ng, D.D.S., Dr., Odont. 

Sigurd P. Ranfjord , L.D.S., Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



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Of NT Al HI Al TM * ROSSING 



Video This film illustrates the proper use of dent a 1 f Inns in t ht? ro 

Cassette movai of interproximal plaque from teeth . This ib demonstrated 
#64 in a patient's mouth and also on a typodont . (8 minutes) 

Produced By; I). S. Department of the Navy 



St)-?47 nfNTAt HI Al TH - BRUSH I NG 

Video This film illustrates the removal of plaque by means of b rush i nq 

Cassette Proper brush selection, brush placement and brushinq techniques 

#65 <*re demonstrated, (6S minutes) 

Produced By: U.S. Department of the Navy 



80-248 DENTAL HEALTH AND YOU 

Video A patient motivational film illustrating how plaque can effect 
Cassette teeth, gums and bone f causing eventual loss of teeth, (5^ minutes) 
#66 

Produced By: U.S. Department of the Navy 



80-249 DENTAL HEALTH QUIZ 

Video This is a quiz on dental health asking 20 questions on how you can 
Cassette take care of your teeth and prevent dental disease, (11 minutes) 
#67 

Produced By- U*8* Department of the Navy 



AND Dl N r At Hi Al IH 



V i deu This film hoqins with a rather rn"|ii t i ve but i.rwii c d 1 approach to 

C«i s s f? 1 1 f « flint. counso 1 i ruj which is i nfnnti onal and dcs i <jned to (jain atton- 
*f>M thin ris well as show sump of the loss dps i rat) In ways to talk to 

a patient about his ci lot. The 1 f ilm continues as u male? patient, 
who hds hern hospi tal i ivd for pneumonia, i s seen by his dentist 
and a dietitian, counsnlod on plaque formation, control, and what 
foods cause plaque formation in the mouth. Specific: points are 
made about eaHnq habits, between meal snacks , amount of suqar 
intake 1 , and variety of food choice for tjood general and dental 
hp a 1 th t ( 1 1 mi nu t es } 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Pat Randolph, R,D, 

Depar linen t of Biochemistry 

Den ta 1 Schoo 1 

Uni vp»*si ty of Kansas City 



8D-251 THE PROBLEM ORIENTED MEDICAL RECORD - DENTAL UTILIZATION 

Video This film describes a method of utilisation and implementation 
Cassette by the VA Dental Services of the Problem Oriented Medical Record, 
#69 The use of this system permits the dentist to record the patient's 

history* problems, his assessment and plan for treatment, and his 
continuing treatment record in the same chart used for medical 
records . (17^ mi nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. F, Carl Cerine 

Chief, Dental Service 
VAH , Atlanta, Georgia 



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COMPUTE DENTURF USTHf TICS 

incisal mm; contour - anterior teith 

Video 

Cassette This film shows how modification ot incisal edyes of both max 1 1 - 
11° Ur y dnd mandibular teeth gives life-like appearance to artificial 

I -<>H6 dentures and makes the age of the teeth more closely match the 
aye of the patient, (I I minute:,) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James E, House, D.D.S., M.S.D. 

Director of Prosthodontic Program 
VA Hospital 

West Roxbury, Massachusetts 



D-75-253 COMPLETE DENTURE ESTHETICS 

GINGIVAL CONTOUR 

Video 

Cassette The method of contouring the wax around selected teeth to com- 

#70 ^ pliment the outline form and to simulate gingiva appropriate 

287 ' -478' to the age and health of the patient is demonstrated. (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James E. House, D.D.S., M.S.D, 

Director of Prosthodontic Program 
VA Hospital 

West Roxbury, Massachusetts 



WAXING TECHNIQUE FOR RESIN VENEERED FIXED BRIDGES 

PART I 
COPING CONSTRUCTION 

The technique for waxing resin veneered fixed bridges is shown 
in detail. Part I shows fabrication of resin copings to provide 
strength to the wax pattern and to insure uniform thickness of 
gold in the window area of the veneer crown, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Lenwood H. Lane 

Central Dental Laboratory 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D, C. 



Q-75-254 

Video 

Cassette 

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D-/5-255 WAXING TECHNIQUE: FOR MLS IN VENEERED rixm BRIDGES 

PART II - ANIL'UU' 

Video 

Cassette The technique fur waxing tin anterior bridge is shown in detail 
#71 in Part II The procedures for wax-up of crowns and establish* 

1 76 * -460 1 iruj the occlusion assuring there are no prematurities prior to 
spruiwj and investing are demonstrated, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Lenwood H, Lane 

Central Dental Laboratory 
Veterans Administration 
Was hi nqton , D. C. 



D-75-256 WAXING TECHNIQUE FOR RESIN VENEERED FIXED BRIDGES 

PART III - POSTERIOR 

Vi deo 

Cassette The technique for waxing a posterior bridge is shown in detail, 
#71 The wax-up of crowns, developing and establishing the occlusion 

461 1 -640 1 is demonstrated, Occlusion Is checked for possible cusp inter- 
ferences by performing lateral excursions on an articulator 
prior to spruing* investing and casting. (ll l 2 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Lenwood H. Lane 

Central Dental Laboratory 
Veterans Administration 
Washington, D* C . 



D-75-257 THAT'S WHAT WE'RE HERE FOR 

Video An informational film depicting all phases of Veterans Adminis- 
Cassette tration Hospital dentistry, including the various residency ^ 
#72 programs, graduate training and continuing education. The film 

features VA dental personnel at six major hospitals throughout 
the United States, and should be of Interest not only to dentists 
and dental auxiliaries, but to the public as well. (32 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: E. A, Travaglini , D.D.S. 

Director, Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital 
Washington, D* C. 



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D-76-Z58 THE DENAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 

PART I - AN INTRODUCTION 

Video 

Cassette This introductory film presents an overview of the Denar System 
*73 of Occlusal Treatment. Pantographl c recordings are made of the 

patient's jaw movements, and these are used to set the controls 
of a fully adjustable articulator. Accurately programming a 
gnathologic instrument in this manner enables the dentist to fabri- 
cate restorations whose occlusal morphology can be harmonized to 
the patient's anatomic and physiologic requirements, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F. Guichet, D.D.S, 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 



D-76-259 THE DENAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 

PART II 

Video INITIAL REFERENCE & CLUTCH CONSTRUCTION 

Cassette 

^74 Two preliminary procedures, - locating a horizontal reference 

plane, and fabricating maxillary and mandibular clutches, - are 
demonstrated and explained. After the horizontal reference plane 
is located and marked, the pertinent Information is recorded on 
the patient's pantogr-aphic record form, Autopolymeri zi ng resin 
is used to fabricate the clutches which will be utilized later to 
attach the pantographic recording devices, (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F. Guichet, D.D.S, 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 



D-76-260 THE DENAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 

PART III - PANTOGRAPHIC RECORDING 

Video 

Cassette In order to make a meaningful pantographic recording, the patient 
#70 must be trained to execute the required jaw movements slowly and 

on coFTtnand, This film shows how to program the patient, assemble 
the pantograph and record the tracings, (15% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F, Guichet, D.D.S, 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 



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THF DFNAR SYSTEM Of OCCl USAI. TRFATMENT 
PART IV 

Video TRANSFKK OF PANTOGRAPH TO ARTICULATOR 

Cassette 

#76 In order to transfer the pantograph to the articulator, tho 

condyle elements and fossa housings are positioned to the com- 
puted intercondylar distance, The pantograph is used initially 
to attach the maxillary cast to the articulator. Then* the 
maxillary and mandibular clutches of the pantograph are attached 
to the upper and lower bows of the articulator, (9^ minutes ) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Nil es F . Gulchet, D, D. S . 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 



D-75-262 THE DENAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 

PART V 

Video ARTICULATOR MANIPULATION 

Cassette 

#77 The operator must be familiar with the proper hand grasps for 

manipulating a fully adjustable articulator. He should also 
have a knowledge of the controls of the articulator settings , 
and how they can be adjusted, This film demonstrates the vari- 
ous hand grasps, (assembly, disassembly, underhand push-pull, 
underhand protrusive-push , overhand push, overhand pull, and 
overhand protrusive) and describes the adjustments of the con- 
dylar fossae (protrusive condylar path, Intnedlate side shift, 
progressive side shift, medial wall, superior wall, and rear 
wall } . (84 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F, Guichet , D.D.S. 

Diploma te, American Board of Prosthodontics 



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0-75-263 nit DLNA'! jY j I F M Of OCCLUSAL TRlATMl NT 

MART VI - AR FI CULATOR ADJUSTMENT 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates a training exercise which assists the 
"78 operator to practice makinq sequential adjustments of the con- 

dylar controls to a pantographic record. Also shown is the 
adjustment of the anterior guidance to the relationship of the 
anterior teeth. Use of a fully adjustable articulator, which is 
properly set to the rantographic records of the patient's jaw 
movements, permits the dentist to diagnose condylar paths of 
movement and to fabricate restorations whose occlusal morphology 
is in harmony with the patient's functional considerations, 
( 1 7 ml nutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Traininq Center 

In Cooperation With: Niies K. Guichet, D.D.S, 

Diplomats* American Board of Prosthodontic 



D-75-265 AN OVERDENTURE TECHNIQUE 

PART I - DIAGNOSIS 

Video 

Cassette The overdenture procedure provides a practical and simple alter- 
#79 _ native to conventional complete dentures, Selection of roots 
1 -206' to be retained is emphasized, and the advantages of the over- 
denture technique are demonstrated, Healthy retained roots be- 
neath an overdenture help to preserve the residual bone and 
provide support and stability to the denture. (8b minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Cooperation With: Dental Service 

VA Hospital 

San Diego , California 



AN OVl PDCNTURI TPTH N IQU f 
PART II 

VidM TREATMENT PROCHDURFS 

Cassette 

^79 When remaininq teeth can no longer be adequately restored by 

20/ 1 -384' conventional dental procedures, frequently some of the teeth 

can be selected to be retained beneath an overdenture. The re- 
tained teeth are modified by endodontics, periodontal treatment , 
crown reduction, and an amalgam restoration to seal the root 
canal orifice. The making of the final impression Is shown, 
using mercaptan rubber base impression material, and the resultant 
master casts are mounted on the articulator. (9' a minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dental Service 

VA Hospital 
San Diego, California 



D-75-267 AN OVERDENTURE TECHNIQUE 

PART III 

Video LABORATORY PROCEDURES, DENTURE INSERTION, & ORAL HYGIENE 

Cassette 

#79 This film demonstrates technical variations which are utilized 

385 ■ -575' in adapting the usual laboratory procedures for the fabrication 
of an overdenture. Also, the use of pressure indicator paste 
is shown to obtain equalized contacts at the time of delivery. 
In addition, oral hygiene procedures are explained and their 
importance Is emphasized. The various beneficial results which 
can be achieved by using an overdenture technique are reiterated, 
(7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation W1 th : Dental Service 

VA Hospital 
San Diego, California 

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D-75-26H ADDITIVE WAX METHOD OF FORMING AN HARMONIOUS OCCLUSION 

PART I 

Video PLACING THE WAX CUSP CONES 

Cassette 

^80 Among the significant advances within Dental Education, one of 

1 ' -2 74 1 the most dramatic has been the widespread acceptance of the 

additive wax build-up methods of forming tooth morphology which 
allows sequential formation of the various tooth elements, These 
techniques provide a comprehensive understand! nq of tooth anatomy 
and occlusion by using easily controlled, precisely placed, small 
increments of wax. This permits better visualization of the 
relationship between form and function. This film demonstrates 
the armamentarium and procedures employed in using an additive 
wax build-up technique to position and form the wax cusp cones 
in the development of an harmonious occlusion, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harvey Wipf, B.A. , D.D.S. , F.A.C. D. 

Consultant in Prosthodonti cs 
VAN , Sepul veda, Call fornia 



0=75-269 ADDITIVE WAX METHOD OF FORMING AN HARMONIOUS OCCLUSION 

PART II 

Video FORMING THE STAMP CUSPS 

Cassette 

#80 After the wax cusp cones have been placed, the remaining elements 

277 ' -450 ' of occlusion of the stamp cusps are developed, Proper formation 
of the internal triangular ridges is stressed, with emphasis on 
their correct shape and direction. Also* the axial walls of the 
stamp cusps are completed, ( 1 Z\ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Harvey Wipf, B.A., D.D.S. , F.A.C.D. 

Consultant in Prosthodonti cs 
VAH S Sepulveda* California 




U-74-P70 

Video 

Cassette 

^80 

460' -630 • 



add 1 7 1 v k wax mfthod of forming an harmon i qus occlusion 

pari: hi 

FORMINfi THE SHEAR CUSPS 

This film points out the importance of correct formation of the 
shear cusps. Their design must complement the previously formed 
cusps in order to satisfy the requirements of the dynamic 



spiral, the curve of Spee, and the curve of Wilson. The additive 
wax method, as demonstrated, facilitates the development of an 
occlusal morphology which is in harmony with the influence of the 
temporomandibular joints and the anterior guidance, (ll 1 .. minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 



In Coopera ti on Wi th 



Harvey Wipf , B-A. , D.D.S., F.A.C.D. 
Consultant in Prosthodonti cs 
VAN, Sepulveda, California 



D-76-271 CONSTRUCTION OF IMPRESSION TRAYS FOR EDENTULOUS PATIENTS 

Video The film describes the procedures necessary to construct impres- 

Cassette sion trays using activated acrylic resin. The steps from block- 

#81 ing out undercuts, through mixing and preparing the tray material, 

1 * -274 ' to finishing the periphery are detailed visually, (12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. E . A. Travaglini 

Mr, Richard A, DelRicco 
VA Dental Training Center 



D-76-272 CONSTRUCTION OF SPACED IMPRESSION TRAYS FOR EDENTULOUS PATIENTS 

Video In this film which shows the methodology of constructing Impression 

Cassette trays in activated acrylic resin, the use of relief or spacing in 
#81 the completed tray is demonstrated, Two ways of providing the 

280' -482 1 spacing required with wax sheets and using melted wax are described. 
The film also depicts several modifications that can be incorporated 
into tray construction to fit various impression procedures (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dr. E . A, Travaglini { 

Mr, Richard A, DelRicco 
VA Dental Training Center 



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D-76-273 



FABRICATION OF RECORD BASES 



Video Record bases which play a vital role in registering records in 
Cassette removable prosthodontics can be easily and accurately made by 
#81 the dental assistant, This procedure demonstrates two ways of 

490 1 -730 ' using activated acrylic resin in making bases: hand molding 

and the "sprinkle on" technique. Also shown in the film is the 
construction of bases using resilient acrylic in conjunction 
with the conventional acrylic when severe undercuts are present, 
and the construction of occlusal rims to exact dimensions, 
(17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Dr, E . A. Travaglini 

Mr. Richard A, Del Ri ceo 
VA Dental Training Center 



0^76-274 DENTAL ASSISTANT UTILIZATION 

RUBBER BASE IMPRESSION PROCEDURE 

Video 

Cassette Effective Dental Assistant Utilization involves application of 
#82 the principles of motion economy and work simplification* This 

film demonstrates the Importance of such procedures as pre- 
preparation, proper positioning, instrument transfer, etc, in 
accomplishing a rubber base Impression in a comfortable and 
efficient manner, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: J, Duncan Austin, D.D.S. 

Assistant Chief, Dental Service 

VA Hospital 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Gertrude M. Sinnett, Professor 

Dorothy Walters, Associate 

University of Alabama School of Dentistry 



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0-76^2^ IMMTAl. AsSISTANl UTILIZATION 

am a i fiAM pHorrnunr 

V i deo 

Cassette An iiniri 1 cicirn restorative procedure can he drr.oiiipl ished in an onvir- 
tffij unment which is comfortable for the? patient, the? dentist, and 

the assistant, by us i rui the principles of motion economy and 
work simpl if ication, From the initial pre-preparati on of instru- 
ments , through the anesthetic injection, to the cavity prepara- 
tion rind r*»s tora ti on , the dentist, and his assistant demonstrate 
the coordinated teamwork which contributes to a smooth functi oninq 
o pe ra l i on. (1 c ) m i nu tes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Traininq Center 

In Cooperation With: J. Duncan Austin, D.D.S. 

Assistant Chief, Dental Service 

VA Hospital 

Bi rini nqham , Al abarna 

(iertrude M, Sinnett, Professor 

Dorothy Walters, Associate 

University of Alabama School of Dentistry 



0^76-276 DENTAL ASSISTANT UTILIZATION 

ENDODONTICS - INITIAL VISIT 

Video 

Cassette The initial visit for an endodontic treatment provides an appro- 
#84 priate opportunity for effective dental assistant utilization. 

This film explains various procedures which will allow for effi- 
cient coordinated functioning by the dentist and the assistant. 
The principles of motion economy and work simplification are 
emphasized, (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James T. Kimura, D,D.S . 

Endodontlst 

Janet Polk, Dental Assistant 
VA Hospital 

San Diego, California 




0^76^277 DENTAL ASSISTANT UTILIZATION 

ENDODONTICS - FILLING THE ROOT CANAL 

Video 

Cassette Filling the root canal is an exacting procedure which can be 
085 accomplished efficiently and comfortably by effective dental 

assistant utilization, Pre-arrangement of instruments, proper 
positioning, and coordinated four-handed teamwork are empha- 
sized in this film which demonstrates how the root canal filling 
procedure can be accomplished in an efficient manner and a com- 
fortable environment, (S^ minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James T. Kimura, D.D.S, 

Endodontist 

Janet Polk, Dental Assistant 

VA Hospital 

San Diego, California 



D-76-278 THE DENAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 

PART VII 

Video FIELD INSPECTION GAGE 

Cassette 

#86 This film demonstrates the method of using the field inspection 

gage to calibrate the fully adjustable articulator. The gage 
Is a precision optical instrument which allows the fully adjust- 
able articulator to be calibrated to a basic reference position. 
The film explains how mounted casts can be transferred between 
identically calibrated instruments* 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F. Gui chet, D.D.S . 

Diplomate* American Board of Prosthodontics 



THE DINAR SYSTEM OF OCCLUSAL TREATMENT 
PART VIII 
TWO- INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 



This film explains how the Two- Instrument System, employing 
identically calibrated instruments, allows the use of the Lab 
Relator as a slave unit to avoid the otherwise customary sit- 
uation of the dentist requiring multiple articulators* one for 
each restoration in the process of fabrication. (10 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Niles F. Guichet, D.D.S. 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Pros thodontic 



VERTICAL RELATION OF OCCLUSION BY THE PATIENT'S 
NEUROMUSCULAR PERCEPTION 

In this procedure* the vertical dimension Is recorded with 
i ntra-oral bearing plates* using the patient's memory pattern 
and neuromuscular perception. The patient is guided through 
procedures In which he recognizes mandibular positions which 
are both too high and too low. From these extremes, altera- 
tions in the height are made* and an occlusal vertical position 
compatible with the neuromuscular physiology is arrived at, 
( 14 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Adninlstration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert B. Lytle* D.D.S. 

Chairman, Department of Prosthodontics 
Georgetown University 
School of Dentistry 



D-76^281 



DISTAL WEDGE - MANDIBLE 



Video A triangular wedge of bulbous fibrous tissue is removed from 
Cassette the distal aspect of a mandibular second molar during treat- 
#89 merit of a deep periodontal pocket. Treatment also includes 

removal of the epithelial lining* planing the tooth surfaces, 
elimination of the osseous defect, and tri riming of the flap 
to achieve proper adaptation* This procedure results in a 
soft tissue relationship to the teeth and bone which is con- 
ducive for preventive home care by the patient, (15 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gloria J, Kerry* D*D*S , , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L,D,8, S Ph,D, 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



D-76-282 DISTO-BUCCAL FREE GINGIVAL GRAFT - MANDIBULAR THIRD MOLAR 

Video A disto-buccal free gingival graft procedure is demonstrated for 
Cassette a mandibular third molar which has not attached gingiva on its 
#90 buccal aspect* After the recipient site is prepared, the graft 

tissue is obtained from the edentulous palate and sutured in place. 
Protection is provided for both the donor and recipient sites, 
Post-operative views show an adequate band of attached gingiva 
which greatly enhances the use of this tooth as a fixed partial 
denture abutment. (11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gloria J. Kerry, D.D.S . , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S. , Ph.D, 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



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D-76-283 GNATHOLOGIC INSTRUMENTATION - ENGRAVED RECORDINGS 



This film demonstrates a method of recording mandibular movement 
by use of intra-oral three-dimensional engraved recordings* These 
engravings are used to custom-form the emenential components of 
a gnathologlc instrument* When diagnostic casts* or master work- 
ing casts are mounted in the articulator, their movement simulates 
the patient's jaw motion. The accuracy of the articulator move- 
ment is compared to an extra-oral three-dimensional pantograph! c 
recording, (15 minutes } 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Merrill C, Mensor, Jr., D.D.S . 

and 

Ronald H. Roth, D.D.S. 



P-76-284 ALVEOLAR RIDGE REDUCTION FOR POCKET ELIMINATION 

Video This film demonstrates surgical correction of a one-well intrabony 
Cassette defect at the mesial aspect of a tilted mandibular molar, A bone 
#92 chisel is used to eliminate the defect and correct the bone con- 

tour. The flap design and suture placement achieve an overlapping 



of the flap margins to facilitate primary healing, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James W. Knowles, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P, Ramfjord, L.D.S. , Ph.D, 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



D-76-285 PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY - A HOSPITAL BASED PROGRAM 

Video The film describes the approach and methodology of formulating a 

Cassette preventive dentistry program in a hospital, Beginning with ini- 

#93 tial encounters with management and the Nursing Service, learning 



sessions are set up for the personnel who will assist the Dental 
Service in the preventive dentistry program. The importance of 
a program that will benefit all patients, providing them with the 
best oral health care possible, is emphasized, (18% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Dental Service 

VA Hospital, Houston, Texas 

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Video 

Cassette 

#91 



D-76-286 



GEL TRAYS IN ORAL HYGIENE 



Video This informational film acquaints the lay public on the use of 
Cassette trays for the self application of fluorides to prevent dental 
#94 disease. In an interesting manner, the viewer is shown various 

types of trays and gels containing fluorides as well as the mode 

of application and use, (8 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Norman 0. Harris, 0.0*5* 

Chief of Community Dentistry 
University of Texas Dental School 
San Antonio, Texas 



D-76-287 ENDODONTICS - ROOT CANAL PREPARATION 

FOR VERTICAL CONDENSATION 

Video 

Cassette This film demonstrates a procedure of root canal preparation to 
#95 obtain proper access, taper, and flare for vertical condensation 

of gutta-percha filling material. Emphasis is placed on the care- 
ful use of Gates-Gl idden burs, following hand Instrumentation. 
These procedures are explained by means of a dlagramatic illus- 
tration, a transparent model, and a clinical case, (8^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James B , Roane, D.D.S. , B ,S , 

Chairman, Department of Endodontics 
University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry 



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0-76-288 ENDODONTICS - VERTICAL CONDENSATION 

OF GUTTA-PERCHA FILLING MATERIAL 

Video 

Cassette Vertical condensation of gutta-percha fining material requires 
#96 that the root canals be correctly instrumented for proper access, 

taper* and flare. When this has been accomplished, the gutta- 
percha points are fitted, using chloroform to soften the tips 
for good apical fit. Then the gutta-percha is warmed, and ver- " 
tical pressure Is applied to achieve good condensation of adap- 
tation. These procedures are demonstrated by means of a diagra- 
matic illustration, a transparent model, and a clinical case, 
(11 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James B, Roane, 0*0,5*, B,S, 

Chairman, Department of Endodontics 
University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry 



D-76-289 A REVERSE THREE-QUARTER CROWN FOR NON-PARALLEL ABUTMENTS 

PART ONE 

Video (TREATMENT PLANNING AND TOOTH PREPARATION) 

Cassette 

#97 This series of three films explains the use of a reverse three- 

quarter crown on a 1 ingual ly-incl ined molar abutment. This type 
of restoration* which avoids reduction of the lingual surface, 
is a conservative retainer. Part One illustrates the advantage 
of using a reverse three-quarter crown as a means of managing 
this problem of non-parallel abutments, The appropriate instru- 
mentation procedures, and the sequential steps of tooth prepara- 
tion are demonstrated, (12% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Charles A* Kass , D.D.S. 

Assistant Professor and Director of 

Clinical Fixed Pros thodon tics 
Florian J. Knap* D*D,S, 

Professor and Chairman, Fixed Prosthodontlcs 
Marquette University School of Dentistry 



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A REVERSE THREE-QUARTER CROWN FOR NON- PARALLEL ABUTMENTS 

PART TOO 

( IMPRESSION, JAW RELATION RECORD, AND TEMPORARY COVERAGE) 

Part Two of this series demonstrates the various steps Involved 
in the procedures of impression making, jaw relation record, and 
temporary coverage for a reverse three-quarter crown for a 1 in- 
gually-lncllned molar abutment. Retraction of the gingival tissues 
and the use of an elastic impression material are shown. The jaw 
relation record and impression of the opposing arch, are recorded 
with a Z-O-E type of registration paste applied to a registration 
frame* Temporary coverage Is achieved with a provisional splint 
of autopolymerizing resin which is placed over the prepared teeth 
with a Z-O-E type of "temporary" cement. (6h minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Charles A, Kass , D.D.S . 

Assistant Professor and Director of 

Clinical Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
Florlan J, Knap, D.D.S, 

Professor and Chairman, Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
Marquette University School of Dentistry 



A REVERSE THREE-QUARTER CROWN FOR NON-PARALLEL ABUTMENTS 

PART THREE 

(LABORATORY FABRICATION, AND INSERTION PROCEDURES) 

Part Three demonstrates some of the steps of laboratory fabrication 
of a reverse three-quarter crown for a 1 ingual ly-incllned molar 
abutment, as well as the insertion procedures. Emphasis is placed 
on preparation of the master cast with "di tched" removable dies* 
articulation of the master and opposing casts, and fabrication of 
the wax patterns and metal castings. The completed prosthesis dis- 
plays adequate Interproximal embrasures, a convex under-surface of 
the pontic with minimal tissue contact, and a harmonious occlusion 
with proper cusp placement, central groove alignment, and contact 
area locations, as well as sufficient thickness of the rigid solder 
joint connector area for adequate strength. Continued health of 
the periodontal tissue is highlighted, ( 1 2\ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Charles A, Kass, D.D.S. 

Assistant Professor and Director of 

Clinical Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
Florlan J, Knap, D.D.S. 

Professor and Chairman, Fixed Prosthodonti cs 
Marquette University School of Dentistry 



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D-76-292 PIN-RETAINED AMALGAM RESTORATION 

Video The use of threaded pins to provide additional retention for an 
Cassette amalgam restoration allows maximum preservation of the existing 
^ 1 00 tooth structure. This film illustrates various items of armamen- 

tarium which are utilized with this technique. It also demon- 
strates the sequence of procedures, with emphasis on preparation 
of the pin-channels by means of a limited-depth twist-drill % and 
proper placement of the two-in-one self-shearing threaded pins. 
The resulting pin-retained amalgam restoration, which has adequate 
retention, is accomplished with minimal preparation of the limited 
natural tooth structure remaining, ( 14^ minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L Courtade, A, EL, D.D.S. 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



D-76-293 PIN RETENTION FOR A CLASS V RESTORATION 

Video This film demonstrates the use of special super-miniature threaded 

Cassette pins, as retention for a Class V restoration, A gingival defect 
* 101 is prepared with minimal tooth removal, since the necessary reten- 

tion is provided by the pins. The various steps involved in the 
preparation of the pin channels and the placement of the pins are 
explained. By minimizing the required tooth removal, this use of 
pin retention affords maximum pulp protection, (7 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L. Courtade, A.B . , D.D.S. 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



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D-76-294 PARALLEL-PIN RETENTION FOR A FULL CROWN 

Video The use of a parallel-pin technique to retain a full crown is 
Cassette demonstrated for a tooth which has insufficient coronal tooth 
#102 structure remaining for adequate retention by means of conven- 

tional preparation. Procedures which are emphasized include: 
preparation of pin channels by means of a twist drill; use of 
headed plastic pins to record the pin-channels in the impres- 
sion and in the die; and the incorporation of precious metal 
pins without an indirect wax-up. This use of parallel-pins 
provides resistance to dislodging forces and creates retention 
for the cast restoration, (13^ minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L. Courtade, A, EL, D.D.S . 

Adjunct Professor* Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



D-76-29S PIN-RETAINED FOUNDATION FOR A FULL CROWN 

Video A pin-retained foundation is added to a tooth which is so badly 
Cassette broken down that insufficient tooth structure remains for prepara- 
#103 tion for a full crown. Steps which are demonstrated include: 

preparation of the pin channels by means of a twist drill; cor- 
rect seating of multiple self-shearing threaded pins; and place- 
ment of the foundation material by either amalgam alloy or com- 
posite resin. The pin-retained built-up foundation Is prepared 
to provide retention, support, and resistance for a full crown 
restoration, (11*1 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L. Courtade, A.B. , D,D,S , 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



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D-76-296 



TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT ARTHROPLASTY (INTRACAPSULAR) 



Video This film demonstrates the various steps of a temporomandibular 

Cassette joint arthroplasty procedure. The patient presented with a 
#104 variety of TMJ symptoms, including a long history of persistent 

pain, which was more severe on palpation, a loud clicking sound 
on opening, limited function, and radiographic evidence of irregu 
larity of the condylar head. The patient related a history of 
trauma approximately four years earlier, and he had received 
extensive treatment with conservative forms of therapy without 
relief. The surgical procedures are described and demonstrated 
in detail. Post-operative results are evaluated, (18 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Noah Calhoun, D.D.S. , M.S.D. 

Chief, Dental Service 
Samuel Campbell, Jr., D.D.S . 
Staff Oral Surgeon 
VA Hospital 
Washington, D. C. 



D-77-297 MANDIBULAR VESTIBULOPLASTY WITH SKIN GRAFT 

Video This film demonstrates the surgical procedure for increasing the 
Cassette quantity of the mandibular denture bearing area by lowering the 
#105 buccal, labial and lingual muscular attachments and introducing 

a skin graft; Post-operative surgical results are shown as are 
the comparative results of the pre and post mandibular prosthesis 
(18 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Bob D. Gross, D.D.S,, M.S. 

Michael Loftus, D.D.S. 

University of Connecticut Health Center 

Ho 



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D-77-298 



MODIFIED W I OMAN FLAP (REVISED) 



Video This film describes a modified Wldman flap procedure for a 
Cassette patient with extensive interproximal pockets* The technique 
#105 employed demonstrates the principles of flap design, access 

to the involved sites, tissue removal , planing of exposed 
root surfaces, bone recon touring, and flap adaptation, A 
periodontal dressing provides post-operative protection. Follow- 
up examinations are shown for the one-week and six month inter- 
vals. (14 minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sigurd P. Ramfjord, UD.S, , Ph.D. 

Chairman, Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 



D.77-299 BONE GRAFT INTO AN INTRABQNY POCKET 

Video A deep intra bony lesion on the mesial aspect of a tilted mandibular 
Cassette molar Is treated surgically, including a bone graft. The area of 
#107 defect is exposed and prepared. Donor bone is taken from the 

maxillary tuberosity region and transferred to the prepared site. 
Flap re-adaptation completely covers the grafted bone. A perio- 
donal dressing is used to protect the area of surgery while initial 
healing takes place. Post-operative views are shown one-week 
subsequently and six months later. (9% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: James W. Knowles, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S., Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



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D-77^300 



SURGICAL ELIMINATION OF PERIODONTAL POCKETS 



This film explains the procedures involved in the surgical elim- 
ination of periodontal pockets for a patient with overall horizon- 
tal bone loss, interproximal bone craters, and deep interproximal 
pockets. Techniques demonstrated include the principles of flap 
design* tissue removal* planing of the exposed root surfaces, 
bone recontouring, and flap re-adaptation. A periodontal dressing 
maintains the flaps In position and protects the areas of denuded 
bone interproximally which are not covered by the flap. Favorable 
results are seen one week post-operatively and six months later, 
(13% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gloria J. Kerry, D.D.S. , M.S. 

Sigurd P. Ramfjord, L.D.S,, Ph.D. 
Department of Periodontics 
The University of Michigan 



D- 77-3 01 COMPLETE ARCH CASTS WITH REMOVABLE DIES 

Video A complete arch cast with removable dies is essential to the 
Cassette accuracy of a fixed prosthesis, This film demonstrates three 
#109 acceptable methods of making a properly formed complete-arch 

cast with removable dies* The brass dowel die-pin technique* 
where the metal die-pin fits directly into the stone base* re- 
quires a minimum of special equipment and is therefore the most 
economical. The pin-mate system* where the metal die-pin fits 
Into a metal sleeve which Is held in the base of the cast* provides 
easy positive orientation of the die without wear from repeated 
removal and reinsertion, In the pin-dex system, the metal die- 
pins are cemented into parallel pin-holes at the bottom of each 
die and the root extensions fit Into plastic sleeves which are 
incorporated into the base of the cast, The edentulous ridge 
areas* and the approximating teeth* can also be made removable 
so the proximal contacts* and the tissue contacts beneath the pon- 
tics, can be adjusted separately, (18% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr* Roy Holder* C.D.T. 

Mr, Masawoshi Nishimoto 
Jack D, Preston, D,D,S* 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
Los Angeles, California 



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Video 

Cassette 

#108 



PORCELAIN JACKET CROWN - PART ONE 
THE MATRIX 



This series of two films depicts the various laboratory steps 
involved in the fabrication of a porcelain jacket crown* The 
die must have a non-undercut "apron" on the root section for 
a distance of several millimeters apical to the margin. The 
matrix is fabricated of dead soft platinum foil which is one 
one-thousandths of an inch (.001 in.) thick. Procedures demon- 
strated include adapting the platinum foil, creating the tinner's 
joint, and swaging and annealing the matrix. (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Roy Holder, C.D.T. 

~ & 

Jack Preston, D.D.S. 
VA Hospital 

Los Angeles s California 



PORCELAIN JACKET CROWN - PART TWO 
PORCELAIN BUILD-UP 

Part' Two of this two- film series describes the proper manipula- 
tion of the various materials used in building-up a porcelain 
jacket crown* Proper condensation, by blotting, tapping, vibra- 
tion, and drying, is emphasized. Firing and cooling are demon- 
strated. Esthetic factors are highlighted, - blending of the 
dentin and enamel porcelains, incisal trans 1 ucency, labial contour 
and texture, and special characterizations such as a very faint 
check line. When properly executed, a porcelain jacket crown is 
one of the most esthetic restorations possible, and the final 
result will be pleasing to the dentist, the technician, and the 
patient, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Roy Holder, C.D.T. 

& 

Jack Preston, D*D*5. 
VA Hospital 

Los Angeles, California 



PORCELAIN-FUSED- TO-METAL, VITA SYSTEM, PART ONE, SINGLE CROWN 

A porcelain-fused- to-metal restoration can combine the esthetics 
of porcelain with the strength of metal. However, proper manipu- 
lation of these materials is extremely critical because of their 
differing physical characteristics. The correct handling proce- 
dures for each step are demonstrated, - application, condensation 
(blotting, tapping, vibrating, drying), firing and cooling. Esthe- 
tic factors are emphasized, Including blending of the dentin and 
enamel porcelains, incisal translucency , labial contour and texture, 
and special characterizations such as gingival and interproximal 
darkening, simulated restorations, check lines, and decalcified 
areas, The completed restoration meets the mechanical and biolo- 
gical requirements and fulfills the demands of function, esthetics, 
and prevention, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Gary W, Braze, C.D.T, 

Pasadena, California 
Jack D. Preston, D.D.S. 
VA Hospital, Los Angeles, California 



PORCELAIN- FUSED-TO=METAL, VITA SYSTEM, PART TWO - 
MULTIPLE UNIT RESTORATION 

Cassette Many of the fabrication procedures for a multiple-unit porcelain- 
£113 veneer restoration are similar to those for a single-unit restora- 

tion. Since these have been described separately, (Part One), 
this film emphasized primarily those procedures which are directly 
related to the multiple-unit restoration. It demonstrates the dif- 
ferent steps of establishing in porcelain the tissue contact area 
beneath the pontic. Also, it stresses the various significant 
features essential to the development of optimum esthetics inter- 
proxlmally between the individual units of the fixed prosthesis: - 
avoiding an excess of opaque material In these areas; creating 
interproximal cuts, in the labial surfaces, that extend sufficiently 
Into the gingival and incisal embrasures; carving of esthetic inter- 
proximal contours; the use of an ultra-thin disc to refine the 
interproximals in the fired porcelain stage; an M add-on M bake to 
achieve a natural appearing overlapping effect; and the use of 
Interproximal darkening stain to create a realistic esthetic 
result, (17 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Mr. Gary W, Braze, C.D.T. 

Pasadena, Call fornia 

Jack D. Preston, D.D.S. 

VA Hospital , Los Angeles, California 

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D-77-304 

Video 

Cassette 

#112 



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Video 



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DOUBLE LINGUAL FRENOTOMY TO CORRECT THE EFFECTS 
OF THE RETRACTED TONGUE POSITION 



This film demonstrates a surgical procedure to correct the lack 
of an adequate seal for dentures in the anterior lingual area. 
This procedure minimizes the resultant movements of these tis- 
sues, caused by the movements of the tongue. It does not correct 
the retracted position of the tongue, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Robert H. Sprigg, D.D.S. 

Dip! ornate 

American Board of Prosthodontics 
VA Hospital 

Los Angeles , California 



LINGUAL DELIVERY OF IMPACTED MANDIBULAR THIRD MOLARS 

This film shows a lingual delivery technique for removal of un- 
errupted third molars. Because the mandibular bone contains a 
grain that runs along known lines* the lingual plate or shelf 
of the mandible around a mandibular third molar can be split or 
fractured in a controlled predictable manner. This permits move- 
ment of the tooth 1 ingually , thereby conserving the buccal plate* 
minimizing operative time, and reducing the trauma usually asso- 
ciated with this operation, (9% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Sam J, Poi dmore , D. D.S . 

Chief, Qral-Maxi llofacial Surgery 
VA Hospital 

Long Beach, California 



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D- 7 7- 309 RlfiHr-ANGLL' RAHI OfiRAPHY WITH THE VERSATILE INTRA-ORAL POSITIONER 

(V.I. P.) 

Video PART II - ANTERIOR 

Cassette 

* 1 1 7 The right-angle, parallel-plane technique produces diaqnostic 

intra-oral radiographs which exhibi t maximum anatomic accuracy. 
This film (Part Two) shows the use of the Versatile Intra -Oral 
Positioner to radiograph the anterior teeth, The V.I .P. instru- 
ment simplifies placement of the film parallel to the long axes 
of the anterior teeth. It also facilitates direction of the x-ray 
beam at right anqles to the radiographic film. The appropriate 
procedures are illustrated graphically, and each is followed by 
a demonstration, first on a skull, and then with a patient, 
( 1 0^ mi nu tes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: William J. Updeqrave, D -D.S . 

Director of Dental Radiology 

The L.D. Pan key Institute for Advanced 

Dental Education 
Miami , Fl ori da 



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D-77-310 RniHT-ANHLf MAPI OOM APHY WITH TIIF: VrNSAtlLf. INTRA- ORAL POSITIONFR 

(V.! .P.J 

VI dno PART III - PdSTTKI OK 

Cassette 

*11B This film demom t rates t he usp of the Vrr<.atf le Intra -Oral 

Pns 1 tinner to record accurate radioqraphi <: imaqos of the pos- 
t-prior t.Pt?th. It shuws how the V.I -I 1 , i nst Turnout simplifies 
placement of the film parn 1 1 t?l to the long axes of the posterior 
tooth, and facilitates direction of the x-ray beam at right dingles 
to the radiographic film, This proqram (Part Three) illustrates 
how tho right-angle, parallel-plant 1 technique can be used In a 
simplified and standardized manner to produce intra-oral radiographs 
of the posterior teeth which exhibit maximum anatomic accuracy. 
( 1 b l j nii notes ) 

Produced Hy : Veterans Administration Dental Trai ni ng Center 

In Cooperation With: Willi am J. Updegrave, D.D.S . 

Director of Dental Radiology 

The L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced 

Dental Educati on 
Miami * Mori da 



0-77^311 RIGHT-ANGLE RADIOGRAPHY WITH THE VERSATILE INTRA-ORAL POSITIONER 

(V.I .P.) 

Video PART IV - VERTICAL BITE-WINGS 

Cassette 

1119 It is important that interproximal or "bite-wing" radiographs not 

only record a sharp profile of the proximal surfaces and an ade- 
quate view of the interproximal embrasures, but they should also 
provide sufficient coverage of the level of the height of the inter- 
proximal crest of the alveolar bone. This is especially necessary 
for proper periodontal evaluation, particularly in instances of 
resorption of the supporting bone. Unfortunately, the usual hori- 
zontal type of "bite-wing" exposures are frequently Inadequate. 
This film (Part Four) demos trates a method of "bite-wing" radio- 
graphy which positions the film vertically and provides adequate 
coverage of the height of the crest of the alveolar bone. In 
addition, this use of the V .1 ,P, instrument also minimizes other 
deficiencies such as diagonal placement of the film, overlapping 
of the contact areas* and obliteration of the embrasure spaces* 
( 12 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Willi am J. Updegrave, D.D.S. 

Director of Dental Radiology 

The L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced 

Dental Education 
Miami , Fl orida 



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RADIATION HYfil [.NE - DOUBLE: CO II I MAT I ON 



Video This film explains tht* bt_*nt?f 1 c i ii I till vantages of double 1 r.ol 1 limit I on 

Cassette as a means of ri>c.luc j ihi the field of nidi (it ion. With a stm 1 |pr- 
*1?0 s 1 zv beam, placement of thn f i Im-packot intraoral ly is extreme I y 

critical. Thf? Versa 1 1 1 n Intra -0ml Positioner provides an pHVo 
t.ivo tm?an r j of Lorrtxtly p!aun<i Uu? r.i Mo«jr,ipMt. Mini, and rf 
accurately projecting the 1 x-ray beam of reduced sl/p, Mi n irni ^ i ncj 
the Amount of nidi fit Ion protects the patient i the operator, anH 
( ill office personnel , (/ minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Con t or 

In Coopera t j on With: William J, Updeq rave , [J.D.S, 

Director of Dental Radiology 
The LiD, Pankoy Institute for Advanced 

Den tii 1 Educo ti on 
Miami , Florida 



D-78-313 ENDODONTICS - A RETROGRADE AMALGAM PROCEDURE 

Video Generally, the treatment of choice for periapical pathoses of 
Cassette pulpal origin Is the routi ne, non-surgical, root-canal technique 
#121 of endodontic therapy, However , when that method is not possible, 

the retrograde atrial gam-fil 1 ing procedure is an excellent alterna- 
tive* This film explains various situations where the retrograde 
amalgam procedure is indicated. It also describes the special 
miniaturized instruments which are used, The clinical procedures 
are demonstrated in detail, including the pre-operati ye radiograph, 
local anesthesia, flap design, fenestration % periapical currettage, 
apicoectomy, amalgam filling, complete debridement, immediate 
post-op radiograph, suturing* patient Instructions, and slx-rflonth 
follow-up examination and radiograph, (16 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In cooperation With: Gerald L, Sacks, 0,0,5, 

Department of Endodontics 
Georgetown University 
School of Dentistry 



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D-7BOI4 PREVENTING CROSS CONTAMINATION I H REMOVABLE PROSTH0D0NT ICS 

DELIVERY - ADJUSTMENTS 

Video 

Cassette Thn pas*5lhil Ity of cross contamination with dentures can bo 
*\2? prevented by observance of u 1 m p 1 c precautions . As ordered, 

%y,t wtm tic approach of hrindl inq thn cirnturns from tho i nsortlon 
through thti adjustment pha'ior, is presented dnd dtfhions tru Led , 
(I 3', mi nut us) 

producod fiy: Veteran*; Acim in i s trci t Ion [Junta 1 Training Cantor 

In Cooperation Wi th: Robert Cruni, 0,0,5, 

VAN Hinrs 
Chicago, 1 1 1 inois 



78-31 5 PRELIMINARy IMPRESSIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURES 

Video Well planned and executed preliminary impressions for complete 

Cassette dentures can make a significant contribution to successful 
#123 denture service. This film demonstrates a simple and effi- 

cient method of obtaining highly satisfactory preliminary 
impressions with alginate through the use of wax modifications 
of stock trays. (14 minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: E, A, Travaglini, D.D.S* 

Director, Dental Training Center 
VA Hospital 
Washington, D. C. 




0*78-316 THE NEUTRAL ZONE IN COMPLETE DENTURES 

PART I, CLINICAL PROCEDURES 

Video 

Cassette Dentures constructed in harmony with the neuromuscular environ- 
0124 merit of the oral structures allow patients to adjust inore 

quickly to their presence. The clinical procedures relevant 
to recording the neutral zone for positioning the denture 
teeth and defining the contours of the polished surface of 
the dentures are described and demonstrated . (19 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frank Schiesser, 0,0*5, 

Assistant Professor, Prosthetics 
and 

Victor E. Beresin, D.D.S, 

Di pi ornate, American Board of Prosthodontics 

Associate Professor, Prosthetics 

Temple University, School of Dentistry 



D-78- 317 THE NEUTRAL ZONE IN COMPLETE DENTURES 

PART II, LABORATORY PROCEDURES 

Video 

Cassette Certain laboratory procedures must be followed to use the neutral 
#125 zone records. The technical procedures for developing matrices 

of this record and using them in establishing an occlusal plane 
and the anterior, posterior, as well as medial lateral position- 
ing of the supplied tooth, is demonstrated* These procedures 
will lead to esthetlcally acceptable dentures which are compatible 
with the physiology involved, (11% minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Frank J, Schiesser, D.D.S. 

Assistant Professor, Prosthetics 
and 

Victor E. Beresin, 0.0,3, 

Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics 

Associate Pro fessor , Prosthetics 

Temple University, School of Dentistry 



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G0W-GATE5 MANDIBULAR BLOCK ANESTHESIA 



current techniques for mandibular block injection generally 
use intra-oral landmarks, some of which are variable and ob- 
scure. The Gow- Gates method, using t i target area for the 
injection at the base of the condylar neck, employs extra as 
wall as intra oral landmarks . The anatomy of the area is re- 
viewed and the procedures for using this injection am demon- 
strated on a mannequin and live subjects, (ft 1 ., minutes ) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With; Edgar K, DeJean, D.D.S. 

Associate Clinical Professor 

Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 

University of Louisville 

School of Dentistry 



THE USE OF PLASTIC SEALANTS IN PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY 

The eradication of the deep fissures and grooves in posterior 
teeth for the prevention of caries can be accomplished through 
the use of Plastic Sealants, The method of using two sealants, 
one using ultraviolet light to bring about the polymerization s 
and the other which uses a chemical catalyst to convert the 
monomer, are described and demonstrated on typodont models, 
(13 mi nutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Norman 0, Harris s D.D.S. 

Department of Community Dentistry 
University of Texas Dental School 
San Antonio, Texas 



D- 78-320 



PDST-RE INFORC EMENT : PRINCIPLES AND ARMAMENTARIUM 



Video This film is the first of a group of eight programs which con- 

Cassette cern Post-Reinforcement, It describes the different sizes of 
#128 color-coded dri 1 1 s and the variety of mated accessories, and 

lists their indications* It also discusses many principles 
regarding thMr use, In addition* this film explains how the 
use of po s t- re i n f o rc em en t , along with such advances as improved 
techniques of root-canal therapy, and newer methods of perio- 
dontal surgery, can contribute to the current practice of Modern 
Dentistry, with its emphasis on preventive procedures, ( 13^ minutes) 

Produced By; Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L. Courtade, A .B . , D.D.S. 

Adjunct Professor , Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



D-78-321 POST- REINFORCEMENT OF EN DO DONTICALLY-TREATED TEETH 

WITH FULL CROWN PREPARATION 

Video 

Cassette When an endodonti cal ly-treated tooth requires a full-crown 
#129 restoration, only a minimum amount of coronal tooth structure 

remains, and any thin sections of the tooth could be easily 
fractured. This program describes a method of reinforcing such 
a tooth* It demonstrates how the root-canal is prepared to 
create a post-channel, with parallel sides, and which extends 
one-half to two-thirds the length of the root. It also shows 
cementation of a cylindrical , stainless-steel, serrated, vented 
post within the prepared post-channel, to reinforce the tooth so 
it will resist fracture, (9 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Courtade, A-B, , D.D.S, 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Col umbla University 



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0^78-322 POST-REINFORCEMENT FOR ANTERIOR TEETH 

PART ONE - COMPOSITE CORE 

Video 

Cassette When an anterior tooth has lost a large amount of tooth structure, 
#130 and has had previous endodontic treatment, Its restoration with 

a full-crown requires an internal core which is retained and 
supported by post-reinforcement. The three films of this series 
each demonstrate a different method of accomplishing a post- 
reinforced core for an anterior tooth, Part One shows prepara- 
tion of the post-channel and the auxiliary pin-channel s, and 
cementation of a stainless-steel post and two cemented-type pins. 
It also demonstrates placement and preparation of the composite 
filling material to create a post-reinforced compos Ite-core, to 
serve as the foundation for the subsequent full -crown, (13b minutes ) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Courtade, A.B., D.D.S. 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



D-78-323 POST-REINFORCEMENT FOR ANTERIOR TEETH 

PART TWO - DIRECT CAST CORE 

Video 

Cassette Part Two of this series demonstrates a direct technique for 
#131 fabricating a one-piece post-reinforced cast-core for an anterior 

tooth, It shows how a precious-metal post, and two precious- 
metal pins , are fitted to the prepared post-channel and pin- 
channels, A resin pattern material is added directly against 
the tooth, and shaped to the desired dimension of the proposed 
core, The pattern is sprued and cast, and the resulting core is 
polished, and cemented to the tooth, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Courtade, A.B., D .D .S . 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



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D- 78-324 POST-REINFORCEMENT FOR ANTERIOR TEETH 

PART THREE - INDIRECT CAST CORE 

Video 

Cassette Part Three shows the various steps involved in making a one- 
^132 piece pos t-roi n forced cast-corn for an anterior tooth by moan a 

of an i ndj rect technique, The demonstrated procedures include: 
preparation of the post-channel within the root-canal, and 
preparation of two pin-channel s within the rrma i n i nn dentin; 
fitting a smooth plastic post, and pi ns to the prepared channel s ; 
impression-inakinq, and pourinq the cast; fitting a precious-metal 
post, and pins, to the die; and the use of a resin pattern material 
to fabricate a pattern indirectly (on the cast). The pattern is 
spruud and cast, and the resulting one-piece post-reinforced core 
is cemented to the tooth, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Vetera ns Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Gourtade, A . B . , D . D . S . 

Adjunct Professor , Pros thet i c Dent is try 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



D-73-325 POST- REINFORCEMENT FOR BICUSPID TEETH 

Video Post-reinforcement for a bicuspid tooth can be accomplished in 

Cassette several different ways. This film demonstrates three methods 
#133 of achieving a post-reinforced amalgam-core for bicuspid teeth: 

1) for a bicuspid tooth with two root-canals, two stainless- 
steel posts are used, - one in each canal ; 

2) for a bicuspid with only one root-canal, a single post 
is used within the root canal, and a second post can be 
placed within the dentin, when adequate bulk exists; 

3) as an alternative for a bicuspid with only one root- 
canal, a single post is used within the root-canal , and 
two auxiliary pins (either cemented or threaded) are 
placed within the existing dentin. 

Amalgam is packed around the posts and/or pins. At a subsequent 
visit, it is prepared for a full-crown foundation, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Courtade, A.B . , D,D,S, 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 




POST-REINFORCEMENT FOR MOLAR TEETH 



Post-reinforcement for a molar tooth can be achieved in several 
different ways* This film shows two methods of accomplishing 
a post-reinforced amalgam-core for a molar tooth* For a mandibu- 
lar molar, a stainless-steel post is cemented Into the post- 
channels which are prepared within each root-canal,,, These 
multiple posts are used to support and retain an amalgam-core, 
For a maxillary molar, this same procedure is augmented by the 
use of auxiliary pins, Other procedures demonstrated include 
placement of a copper band matrix with interproximal wedging, 
packing of amalgam material around the posts and/or pins, and 
preparation of the amalgam-core at a subsequent visit to provide 
a full -crown preparation, (13 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L . Courtade , A.B, , 0,0,5, 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



POST- REINFORCEMENT FOR REPAIR OF FIXED PROSTHESIS 

If an abutment tooth supporting a fixed prosthesis requires 
endodontic therapy, and access to the root-canal Is made through 
the abutment crown, the existing restoration may be jeopardized. 
This film explains the step-by-step procedures employed in making 
a one-piece post-reinforced cast inlay which fits the lingual 
opening of the crown and serves as a dowel -like extension to a 
depth of approximately two-thirds the length of the root. This 
strengthens the abutment tooth and its crown, and restores the 
necessary support, resi stance, and retention, Repair of an 
existing fixed restoration by means of post-reinforcement can 
prevent fracture of the weakened abutment, and avoid displacement 
of the prosthesis, (14 minutes) 

Produced By: Veterans Administration Dental Training Center 

In Cooperation With: Gerard L. Courtade, A.B. , D,D,S, 

Adjunct Professor, Prosthetic Dentistry 
School of Dental and Oral Surgery 
Columbia University 



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