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A logical treatment sequence should be planned before beginning any fixed prosthodontic intervention. Such planning will normally be multidiscipli-nary-it will incorporate oral surgery; operative dentistry; and endodontic, periodontic, orthodontic, and/or occlusal therapies. Mouth preparation is particularly important to fixed prosthodontics, which, like all dental disciplines, is facilitated and enhanced by meticulous preparatory treatment.

Laterotrusive

Fig. 6-32. Detection of eccentric interferences is facilitated by understanding where they normally occur. The arrows represent the paths of opposing centric cusps during each excursion (mediotrusive, protrusive, and laterotrusive). Look, for example, to find a mediotrusive interference distobuccal to a centric contact. In the maxillary arch, the pattern is reversed.

Fig. 6-32. Detection of eccentric interferences is facilitated by understanding where they normally occur. The arrows represent the paths of opposing centric cusps during each excursion (mediotrusive, protrusive, and laterotrusive). Look, for example, to find a mediotrusive interference distobuccal to a centric contact. In the maxillary arch, the pattern is reversed.

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