Function of Occlusion in Everyday Practice

Summary

CE Hours:  3  Lecture

Philip J. Koralishn, DDS
, associate clinical professor of prosthodontics and operative dentistry at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and maintains a private practice in Wakefield .
 
Wear, cracks, fractures, mobility, and crowns and bridges that come loose are almost always due to problems with occlusal function. Many of the problems associated with temporomandibular disorders can be directly related to occlusal malfunction. Understand the "cause and effect" relationship between occlusal problems and what you see in your patient's mouths on a daily basis and how to approach treatment.
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Understand what is right occlusion vs. wrong occlusion
  • Review the cause behind the effect
  • Learn why function and esthetics are inseparable 
  • Know how to diagnose your patient's occlusal problems
 Recommended Audience: Dentist

Class is subject to cancellation if enrollment is not met. Call (800) 342-8747 ext. 250 for information on cancellations due to inclement weather. Free cancellation up to 10 days prior to course date

Details

Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Registration: 8:30 am
Seminar: 9:00 am-12:00 noon

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