Theatrical Prosthesis – Widening Horizons of Prosthetic Dentistry – A Case Report
Keywords:Theatrical Dentistry, Dracula teeth, canine prosthesis, vampire look
A movie or a play is said to be great if it can imprint an image in our mind forever. To accomplish this, even
the unnatural looking characters should look real. This case report describes a temporary prosthesis which
alters the look of a theatre artist suited as a Dracula. Mock wax-up was done on the stone cast and an index
of same was made using putty material. After dewaxingof the cast, tooth colored self-cure acrylic resin was
mixed and poured into the index and stone cast with separating medium applied over it was pressed into the
index. Prosthesis was retrieved, trimmed, polished and then delivered to patient.
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