I'll admit that for a portion of my professional career I didn't think twice about occlusion. Today occlusion is as well integrated into my thought process as caries, perio or
Capturing an accurate centric relation bite record can be challenging and sometimes frustrating. Simplifying this process, and doing it with confidence has been about two
Now that I have Quicksplint's in the office I am not sure how I practiced before them. A QuickSplint is a plastic shell designed by Dr. Brad Eli, that fits over the anterior teeth
Accurately transferring a maxillary model in three planes of space to an articulator is essential for predictability and accuracy whether we are using the models for diagnostic or
One of the things that I value about continuing dental education is the opportunity to spend time with other dentists, as I always learn something I can bring back to my office.
Recently I have been having my patients with severe dry mouth utilize a prescription that relieves their symptoms and restores some of the balance to the oral cavity that saliva
Joint Noises are evidence of a change in the relationship between the disc and the head of the condyle int he Temporomandibular joint. Disc position is an important diagnostic
The "Lips at Rest" or "Emma" photograph is a foundational image in dental treatment planning. This image along with the patient's age and gender is used to determine the proposed