Occlusion Course

Program

  • The importance of occlusion in implant prostheses.
  • The concept of occlusal disease. Clinical examples.
  • Reference position: usual position versus centric relation. Materials and techniques for recording the centric relationship in the dentate patient, partially dentate, edentulous, and dysfunctional patient.
  • Vertical dimension. Concept, the vertical dimension can be varied, and the registration techniques.
  • Occlusal scheme: Bibalanced, group and organic function. What is the ideal occlusion, Biological and biomechanical advantages of organic occlusion
  • Disocclusion factors: individual anatomical, posterior (condylar trajectory and Bennet’s angle), anterior (overbite, protrusion, and disocclusion angle), and intermediate (curves of Spee and Wilson).
  • Techniques to reproduce the angle of disocclusion in an articulator.
  • Posterior occlusion: tripoidism versus cusp / fossa
  • Choice of the ideal occlusal scheme, depending on each specific case.
  • Occlusal scheme in the prosthesis on implants
  • Clinical protocol D.AT.O.
  • The articulator in daily practice. Choosing the ideal articulator. Utility and handling of the face bow. The reference planes. Mounting on the semi-adjustable articulator. Semi-adjustable articulator programming.
  •  Biometric role of occlusion. Tscan III clinical application

Information

Place:PgO UCAM New York

Dates: 2021

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Hours: Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

                   Saturday from 10am to 5:30 p.m.

Contact: courses@esiro.es

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