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Occlusion in implant dentistry. A review of the literature of prosthetic determinants and current concepts, Gross 2008

Today the clinician is faced with widely varying concepts regarding the number, location, distribution and inclination of implants required to support the functional and parafunctional demands of occlusal loading. Primary clinical dilemmas of planning for maximal or minimal numbers of... Continue Reading →

Occlusion, past, present and future, Aws Alani

Good occlusal practise provides an important cornerstone to optimal patient care. Occlusal problems can manifest in different areas of dentistry but these are more apparent when there are restorative aspects to the patient's problem. This review highlights areas of restorative... Continue Reading →

Occlusal considerations and strategies for GDP orthodontics, Tif Qureshi

Composite has seen a strong renaissance in recent times with a large variety of materials appearing on the market packed with claimed improvements in handling strength and appearance. We do not need scientific data to appreciate that the latter claim is... Continue Reading →

Dental occlusion: A critical reflection on past, present and future concepts by Turp et al.

For nearly a century, the diversity of concepts about ‘normal’ and ‘ideal’ dental occlusal relationships has led to confusion in trying to describe the occlusion of any individual patient. In addition, a similar controversy arises when trying to formulate treatment... Continue Reading →

The Dahl Concept-A short video

Click here for Key Topics in Restorative Dentistry Symposium on Occlusion

The Dahl principle: Creating space and improving the biomechanical prognosis of anterior crowns by Mizrahi

There is an increased demand for restoration of anterior teeth based on esthetic require- ments. Often times, the teeth restored are compromised and have minimal remaining dentin after undergoing root canal treatment. Reduction of non-axial forces by controlling incisal guidance... Continue Reading →

Increasing the occlusal vertical dimension: A review by Abduo & Lyons

When and how to increase the occlusal vertical dimension? Its one of those questions that pops up constantly. The actual process can be applied  to the majority of treatments we provide in restorative dentistry and prosthodontics. What may be quite... Continue Reading →

Fundamentals of Occlusion Part 1 & 2 by Warreth et al.

Some neat papers from the Journal of the Irish Dental Association. FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCLUSION PART 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCLUSION PART 2

The ‘need’ for Canine Guidance-myth or reality ?

Occlusion is one of those funny things, you either obey every rule to the nth level, you are sensible with how you manage it or you are just a rogue and fly in the face of occlusal disaster....or so it... Continue Reading →

Clinical issues in Occlusion: Part 2

Occlusal diagnosis plays an important role in the planning and subsequent delivery of predictable functional and aesthetic restorations and prostheses. Once an occlusal problem is identified there are a number of techniques and materials that can be utilised to record... Continue Reading →

Clinical Issues in Occlusion: Part 1

Mahul Patel and myself published a two part series on Occlusion in the Singapore Dental Journal recently. Part one looks at aetiology and diagnosis with part 2 focusing on methods for recording and treatment planning. Good occlusal practise provides an... Continue Reading →

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