Improving Occlusion -- How ?

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Posted on By Kedar Bakshi In Occlusion

Improving canine guidance has positive effect on occlusion.
improving form should be a preferred method.
by improving we get
1. stable occlusion (other factors equally important )
2. less overload
3. better periodontal health ( less trauma from occlusion)
4. more life of class V Cavity fillings
and so on...

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i agree that canine guidance is very important to protect the dentition but latex gloves is very important to protect yourself


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Canine Rise. Basic occlusion course from dental school.


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whether you have canine rise in maximal intercuspation is irrelevant if there are posterior interferences in the fully seated joint position, this is commonly overlooked in examining an occlussion. make certain there are no posterior interferences in centric relation or adapted centric posture before establishing "canine rise".


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Good advice, Anoosh,

I see too often balancing interferences because technicians like to construct ideal tooth anatomy. However, the lingual cusps of lower molars may look good being ideal, but they are too often causes for balancing interference and need to be adjusted.


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canine is very important to protect dentition


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