In order to elevate the teaching of occlusion as an essential need in every dental curriculum the american college of prosthodontists is proud to announce fundamentals of occlusion a revolutionary new textbook for tablets and computers this multi touch book establishes a fundamental knowledge and reference base for students of dental occlusion. In over 40 years of practice as a periodontist dr marshall hoffer attributes 65 70 of his entire case load to what he calls occlusal disease where a patient is damaging their teeth either because of a bad set up or parafunctional problems in this in depth conversation with dr john okeefe director of knowledge networks cda dr hoffer shares his thoughts on occlusion explaining key . The fundamental concepts of applying occlusion to practice involve the ability to identify common occlusion problems accurately and thoroughly examine the occlusion as well as the temporomandibular joint tmj and treat patients who are having pain. Occlusion is the static relationship between the incising or masticating surfaces of the maxillary or mandibular teeth or tooth 5 it is a static position as the mandible is not moving on the
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