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Centric Relation in Everyday Dental Practice – Part 1

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In this first of a 3 part series. Dr. Jay Lerner gives an excellent clinically relevant outline on what is centric relation as well as specific guidelines for when and where it should be utilized to restore a dentition. Later segments in this series will offer methods of recording centric relation accurately as well as recommendations and tools for occlusal adjustment and appliance therapy.

Date Added:
12/29/2011

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Jay M. Lerner, DDS Jay M. Lerner, DDS
A graduate of the Columbia University School of Dentistry, Dr Lerner has maintained a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens since 1983, focusing on comprehensive restorative ...
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Questions & Comments
denny roy - (3/1/2018 4:04 AM)

excellent lecture

Jay Lerner - (8/14/2013 10:20 AM)

Henry, Thank you....Love to ...anytime. Regards, Jay

henry salama - (7/29/2013 12:18 PM)

My compliments Jay. I wish we could have you do a whole day on this subject. All the best.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (7/29/2013 10:22 AM)

Too good very basic but in depth daily problems of every dentist in the world who understands occlusion

Morvarid Keshvari - (2/16/2013 8:39 PM)

Great...thank u so much

Jay Lerner - (1/24/2013 9:20 PM)

Mikhail...Sorry to get back so late...did not see your qustion....With all the sleep apnea devices there is always the potential to cause muscle pain or possible disk / ligament problems...I would recommend that you also make your patient an occlusal wafer index to put in first thing in the morning after removing the appliance so as to realign their occlusion & musculature following a night of positioning forward

mikhail lyakhovetskiy - (12/9/2012 7:39 PM)

What do you think about sleep apnea appliances that slide and hold mandible down and forward to open the airway? Any potential muscle disharmony or disc damage? Mike Lyakhovetskiy

Island Mak - (8/6/2012 12:51 PM)

Although it is part one, it is very interesting and easy to understant why we need to take CR as a record of making prothesis. Must repeat to watch this. It is very useful because the book cannot simulate the movement at the video and hard to imagine. It is a good video. I must watch it again and again in order to remember it by heart.

Thomas DePetrillo - (3/2/2012 9:24 AM)

Simple easy to understand a great starting point for dentist who want to do full mouth rehabs

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