The Relevance of Occlusion in the Golden Age of Esthetics

Leonard A. Hess, DDS

February 2008 Issue - Expires February 28th, 2010

Inside Dentistry


Developing a true understanding of comprehensive occlusion is one of the most beneficial assets for a clinical dentist. Failure to understand occlusion can lead to missed diagnoses, inconsistent results in treatment, and frustration for the dentist and patient. Learning to recognize the signs and symptoms of occlusal problems, and applying the principles of occlusal stability to our treatment plans will create long-term results and happy patients.

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