Soft Palate Dentures

Science Links Japan | An Acoustic Investigation of Obturating Denture for Soft Palate Perforation  July 24, 2015 – 04:06 pm
Accession number;04A0791763
Title;An Acoustic Investigation of Obturating Denture for Soft Palate Perforation
Journal Title;Journal of Gifu Dental Society
Journal Code:X0049A
Figure&Table&Reference;FIG.7, TBL.5, REF.17
Pub. Country;Japan
Abstract;Oral perforations are originated from the various causes, and they cause some esthetic and functional troubles. The pronunciation impediment, particularly, often causes communicative troubles, and is uncomfortable and inconvenient for patients. In such cases, removable dentures with an obturator often selected for closing oral perforations. So we observed the acoustic changes caused by the denture and tried to evaluate them using soft wear for acoustic analysis. The Formant frequencies of the vowels changed variously for each vowel, and the pitch curves changed slightly. Furthermore both item changed just after initiating use of the obuturator, but 1 month later they returned to the values from before obturator use. Therefore because soft tissues are easy to affect, we must check the obturator and adjust it often. (author abst.)
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To get this person's dental work done correctly??
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