Occlusion (dentistry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Occlusion, in a dental context, means simply the contact between teeth. More technically, it is the relationship between the maxillary (upper) and mandibular (lower ...
What is a Dental Occlusion? | eHow
Dental occlusion is the manner in which the top and bottom teeth come into contact with one another, whether at rest or while chewing. That is, whether you ...
The Dawson Academy Blog - Dental Occlusion...
Read our dentistry blog for articles on patient exams, dental occlusion, centric relation, occlusal equilibration, smile design, and more.
Occlusion for the Dental Staff - YouTube
Evergreen Dental Seminars
DentalArt3D. 3D Dental Occlusion - YouTube
Phelan Dental Seminars
WELCOME TO PHELAN DENTAL SEMINARS “Our goal is Excellence in Dental Education.” “ Stephen’s vast knowledge and endless case presentations; along with his ...
Dental Continuing Education at The Dawson Academy
At The Dawson Academy, we help good dentists become even better through our dental continuing education courses. Learn more about our courses.
Dental Anatomy 3 - University of Minnesota
IDEAL or “OPTIMUM Dental Occlusion: A. Intercuspal Position: 1. Posterior teeth contact simultaneously 2. Posterior teeth axial loading 3. Anterior teeth lighter ...
Occlusion (Dental Anatomy, Physiology and Occlusion) Part 4
Figure 16-24 Schematic drawing showing the facial (buccal) relations of teeth in opposing arches in an idealized occlusion. Figure 16-25 Illustration demonstrating ...
Bite Force Measurement | Dental | Tekscan
The T-Scan is dentistry's only clinically recognized and research validated digital occlusion analysis system for bite force measurement. T-Scan helps dentists ...