5 – How to remove old pits

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  1. Renaud Garelli


    On that video i have two questions please:

    1) you say to keep a little bit of the last pits on the molar area, before putting the new resin for next registration. What is the goal of that specific point? (as it will be coated by the new one and won’t be visible at that moment)

    2) At the very end of the video, it’s written “3) to contact first with molars on both arches”, so you mean that it is important that the very first pits created come from the molar area, and then AFTER come the premolar ones, is that right?
    It could implies to put a little bit more resin height on the molar teeth if the contact is at the same time between molars and premolars i guess?

    Thanks again for these precisions!


    1. Valerio

      1) Moreno recommend to keep the sign of the last pit in order to not lose the height. If you remove too much resin than you can lose your height, keeping just the sign of the last pit let you know what is the limit.

      2) During the registration (every registration) you must feel only your molars to touch the splint. Molars of both arches must touch the splint togheter.

      1. Renaud Garelli

        Thanks Valerio!

        1) If i understand well, it means that these last remaining pits will enable me to know what was my lower limit (of my last registration), in order to not go lower (with making a “bad” registration for example).

        On the another video, you reply to my questions too and said that the goal is absolutely not to go higher and higher with adding more resin with each new registration, and just to find the right heigh for myself.
        But what i don’t understand is: if that height is basicly always the same (not going lower and not trying also to go higher) for someone, why are we making new registration each two weeks? I suppose that along the neck and muscle changes position within the days and weeks, there is a need to adjust the position of the rectifier (that’s why we need new registration), but i thought that the heigh will go slowly higher during that process?
        Or maybe the new registration enable to adjust the molar cusps positions more on lateral/horizontal plane instead of the vertical/heigh plane (which remain approximatly the same with each registration). Is that right or am i wrong on some aspects?

        2) You said that i must feel ONLY my molars to touch the splint during registration, so you mean there is no need for the premolars tips? Or the premolar tips are good too, but come only AFTER the first molar contact (on both arches) on the splint? (and so are less visible on the splint)

        Thanks again Valerio.

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