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OCCLUSION: Can We Possibly Simplify It? - Part 1

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Over the past 20 years, many of us have been confused, frustrated, unsure and crazy about ... “How do I get my occlusion philosophy on the right path?” At NYU FMR we have developed tried and true techniques that are guaranteed to make you understand occlusion, contact points and mandibular movement that makes sense, is easy to diagnose and systematically treat with success. In addition being comfortable Restoring OVD, understanding TMJ joint position and treating the worn dentition. Using our SOT methods and Level 1-10 Occlusion Classification we can show you how to become successful in the “Occlusion” of your patients.

Date Added:
1/1/2020

Author(s):

Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS
Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS, received his dental degree and Prosthodontic specialty training at New York University College of Dentistry. He is currently the Director of the ...
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Questions & Comments
Elias Kopti - (6/19/2020 4:00 AM)

Excellent lecture. Very well thought out and organized !

Byron Lew, DDS - (1/7/2020 6:41 PM)

Beautiful!!! Wish you were at NYU when I was there.

Greg Lee - (4/29/2018 7:09 PM)

Wonderful presentation, many thanks!

Seyed Hamzeh Aghaie Kakroudi - (4/22/2018 11:08 PM)

Excellent presentation,thank u

jeffrey hoos - (4/22/2018 7:54 AM)

Are you using T Scan for occlusion refinement after insertion?

jeffrey hoos - (4/22/2018 7:52 AM)

wonderful presentation love the quote......you were doing this, but would not tell anyone.

Richard Canizares - (4/16/2018 11:42 PM)

Great presentation!!!!

WILLIAM TEEN - (4/7/2018 6:54 PM)

Thanks for an excellent presentation on such a valuable subject.

Igor Igdalev - (4/6/2018 9:24 PM)

Thank you so much for your insight and willingness to educate. Presentations such as this are a tremendous help for young dentists like myself.

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