Archive for December, 2010

Occlusion and Function

Occlusion is the key to most aspects of successful restorative, implant and esthetic dentistry. The long-term function of both adhesive and cemented restorations depends on chewing and para-functional forces that do not overcome bonds and material strengths. Concepts of joint-based occlusion for incorporation into routine clinical and diagnostic practice will be highlighted in this one-day program.

Course Topics:

  • Occlusion/tm joint screening leading to treatment dierentiation.
  • TM Joint clicking – a joint-based determination of which patients to treat and how.
  • Identify the critical canine and ...

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