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split cast method

 

Definition:

  1. a procedure for placing indexed casts on an articulator to facilitate their removal and replacement on the instrument;
  2. the procedure of checking the ability of an articulator to receive or be adjusted to a maxillomandibular relation record.

Synonym(s): Needles split cast method

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