TMJ and Occlusion

Altering the Vertical Dimension
Dr. John C. Cranham, a faculty member and the clinical director at continuing education facility The Dawson Academy, discusses VDO and worn dentition—when and how to open, and when not to.
by Dr. John C. Cranham
April 2020
From Simple Occlusal Adjustments to Treating Occlusal "Neurotics"
We have all dealt with a post restorative complaint and corrected it by adjusting a “high spot” that was inadvertently created during the procedure. Almost without fail a single adjustment resolves...
Dr. Barry Glassman
CE Credits: 2.25
Bruxism, Occlusion and Parafunctional Control.
For many years dentistry has been dominated by prevailing occlusal concepts that were initially presented in the 60s with a lack of evidence. Dr. Glassman removes the controversy and exposes the...
Dr. Barry Glassman
CE Credits: 2
Townie Choice Awards 2017
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December 2017
Nuts & Bolts Occlusion-The Fundamentals of Recording & Mounting; Part 1
This 3 part program packs nearly 4 hours of live patient demonstration with the recording and mounting skills that you need for your comprehensive care cases. From impressioning to final mounted,...
Dr. Michael Melkers
CE Credits: 2
Nuts & Bolts Occlusion-The Fundamentals of Recording & Mounting; Part 2
This 3 part program packs nearly 4 hours of live patient demonstration with the recording and mounting skills that you need for your comprehensive care cases. From impressioning to final mounted,...
Dr. Michael Melkers
CE Credits: 2
Nuts & Bolts Occlusion-The Fundamentals of Recording & Mounting; Part 3
This 3 part program packs nearly 4 hours of live patient demonstration with the recording and mounting skills that you need for your comprehensive care cases. From impressioning to final mounted,...
Dr. Michael Melkers
CE Credits: 2
Occlusion: The 10 Essential Steps for Clinical Success
We are in exciting times for our profession with all the new materials and techniques that are available for the dental team to utilize. Nevertheless, the practice of dentistry has many fundamental...
Dr. Mike Racich
CE Credits: 2
Busting the Myths of Occlusion... Practical Concepts For Everyday Dentistry
This two hour course clarifies many of the common myths of occlusion that is being taught and provides the ability to implement the reality based concepts to improve one’s ability to help each and...
Barry Glassman, DMD DAAPM, DAACP, FICCMO, Diplomate ABDSM
CE Credits: 2.5
Understanding Occlusion
Occlusion remains one of the most confusing topics in dentistry today due to seemingly different opinions on the importance of dictating restorative positions on each and every patient. To compound...
Dr. John Nosti
CE Credits: 1.5
Bruxism: Completing a Joint, Muscle and Dentition Exam
Patients with bruxism have tooth wear caused by grinding and clenching. This type of tooth wear can present alone, or as part of other signs and symptoms that fall under the umbrella of...
Lee Ann Brady, DMD
CE Credits: 1.5
Bruxism: Diagnosing Types of Tooth Wear
Wear is a common problem we see in our practices. Deciding how to help our patients preserve their tooth structure and dental health depends on the cause of the wear. At the top of the list are...
Lee Ann Brady, DMD
CE Credits: 1.5
When Should You Put Occlusion First?
This evidence based review will emphasize how to evaluate and apply the basic tenets of occlusal therapy while performing a risk assessment. By exploring the physics, bio-mechanical, physiological,...
Mark T. Murphy, DDS, FAGD
CE Credits: 1.5

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