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 18577 - Occlusion in Everyday Dentistry: Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment - Part 1 $20.00   
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Speaker: Dr. Paul Guidi, DMD
About the speaker: Dental degree, University of Florida; private practice, Clearwater, FL.


With the increasing application of all-ceramic and implant-supported restorations, occlusion has once again taken on an added level of importance. Unfortunately, there seems to be more and more confusion and controversy regarding this subject. This course will address the major topics of occlusion as they relate to everyday dentistry. This information should help develop treatment plans that not only keep your patients comfortable, but also improve survivability of your restorations. This course was developed to follow the natural progression of patients through our offices—starting with the new patient examination process, diagnosis and finally treatment planning. At key points of this process, topics related to the art and science of occlusion will be reviewed. The morning session will review muscle and joint function and pathofunction, the pros and cons of various theories of occlusion, controversies of condylar position and a full discussion of the causes of worn dentition. You can register for this half day course alone or register for this course and the continuation course (C38) in the PM.

Learning objectives:
Participants will be able to:

  • Gain a full understanding of the workings of the healthy temporomandibular joint, what can go wrong and how to examine for both
  • Treat patients with abnormal joints
  • Familiarize yourself with the five major theories of occlusion to determine which one may be better for your restorative patients
  • Better understand centric relation, when to use it and when it may not be necessary
  • Understand how teeth break down: attrition, erosion, abfraction and abrasion


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