Webinars, Books, Catalogs, Safety Datasheets
John C. Cranham DDS, PC
Thursday, July 9, 2020, 7:00 pm ET
CDE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
Description: In this webinar, Dr. John Cranham will take an evidence-based approach to managing force in a variety of clinical situations. Special emphasis will be placed on recognizing occlusions that are not stable, and clinical techniques to better “dial-in” a patient’s occlusion. In addition, digital instrumentation will be shown in both the diagnostic and clinical stages to improve the clinician’s accuracy.
Lee Ann Brady, DMD
CDE Credits: 1 self-instructed CEU
Description: How the occlusion is finished is a key factor in log term predictable success. For some patients this process seems easy, and for others it can become an exercise in frustration. In this program we will look at the parameters of a well-designed occlusion and discuss how to create them.
Occlusion as a discipline is struggling to find its place in the university curriculum. The few opportunities to put occlusion into practice in university dental care centers lead to graduates who consider the field of occlusion as a complex discipline, beyond the research of the general dentist and somewhat reserved in a panel situation. This book aims to demystify these a priori and demonstrate the essential place of occlusion in daily practice from simple occlusal filling to prosthetic treatments. In the same way that the music theory is the basis for the musician, few basic concepts are essential to understand the masticatory apparatus as a whole and the interactions of its various components. Co-written by clinicians and university teachers, the concepts outlined in this work are the synthesis of long clinical practice and pedagogy. We wanted to give a large place to the iconography of all chapters to enhance reading and facilitate comprehension. In this book, we will provide the answers to the questions that a large number of general dental practitioners and students have.