A reevaluation of Hanau’s Laws of Articulation and the Hanau Quint. D.D.S., . Bernard Levin. x. Bernard Levin. Search for articles by this author. [R. L. Hanau, contemporary American dentist] The five determinants or variables that affect occlusal contacts. They are the orientation of the occlusal plane, the. Cah Prothese. Jul;5(19) [The Hanau quint]. [Article in French]. Ogolnik R. PMID: ; [Indexed for MEDLINE]. Publication Types: English.

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It has been determined by studies that measured the force necessary to masticate food can vary from 5 to pounds with natural teeth.

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The laws of occlusion Lott Click here to view. Occlusal forces during chewing and swallowing as measured janau sound transmission.

Other dentists believed that the teeth should not have cusps. In right lateral position. Open in a separate window. Advanced Search Users Online: Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

Hanau’s quint – Oxford Reference

Trapozzano concept[ 6 ] Trapozzano reviewed Hanau’s five factors and decided that only three factors were actually concerned in obtaining balanced occlusion. Then thorough patient education, motivation, hhanau regular recall will preserve the health of the supporting structures for the longer period. Resultant forces should be directed vertically and or lingually.


Based on the interocclusal records, selective grinding is done to reduce the occlusal interferences to avoid deflective forces that are transmitted to the supporting qulnt.

Each case should be thoroughly evaluated based on the hard and soft tissue anatomy, resorption pattern, neuromuscular control, and the patient compliance. Textbook of Complete Dentures.

Concepts of occlusion in prosthodontics: A literature review, part I

The cuspal inclines should be developed so that the teeth can glide from a more centric occlusion to eccentric positions without interference and without the introduction of rotating or tipping forces. Application of miniaturised electronic devices to study of tooth contact in complete dentures, a progress report.

Boucher concept[ 2367 ] There are three fixed factors: This series of articles describe about occlusion in the complete denture, fixed partial denture, and implants. The glossary of prosthodontic terms. The force used in mastication by denture patients has been studied, and the findings are significant. Please review our privacy policy.

Complete Dentures – Hanau’s Quint | Foundation for Oral-facial Rehabilitation

Bernard Levin’s concept of the laws of articulation hxnau quite similar to Lott’s, but he eliminated the plane of orientation [ Figure 9 ]. However, the use of these principles according to the individual merits nanau the case, have been neglected. The orientation of the occlusal plane, the incisal guidance, and the condylar guidance. Occlusion as related to complete removable prosthodontics.


Occlusion and its relationship to the function of the stomatognathic system have been widely studied in dentistry since many decades.

Hanau’s quint

None, Conflict of Interest: In lateral mandibular movements, cusps contact bilaterally to enhance the stability of the dentures. The Quad is relatively easy to understand and use. Brewer and Donald C. It appears, therefore, that the average complete denture wearer has barely adequate force for the work required during mastication.

In a right lateral position, the occlusal contact forces are directed toward the ridges on the working side and away from the ridges on the balancing side [ Figure 2b ].

The articulation quint Click here to view. Quinh, it can be modified for special requirements, e. How to cite this URL: Dynamic concept The dynamic concept of occlusion is primarily concerned with opening and closing movements involved in mastication.

The greater the separation of the posterior teeth, the greater, or higher, must be the compensation curve. Received Jun 7; Accepted Jun