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The Role of Occlusion and the Articulator in Enhancing Anterior Esthetics - Part 2

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In this lecture, T.G. Hornischer Jr., CDT will demonstrate the interplay of occlusal harmony, various anterior tooth form and arrangement, as well as the critical role of model articulation in developing the optimal esthetic outcome. This interplay is especially important in implant related cases and will be highlighted in this presentation. In addition, related step-by-step techniques, that are easy to implement in your practice, will be illustrated and can prove to be an invaluable asset to every clinician and their laboratory technician. This will include esthetic tooth arrangements, articulator selection and mounting, and effects of the above on creating occlusal harmony.

Date Added:
2/15/2011

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T.G. Hornischer Jr, CDT T.G. Hornischer Jr, CDT
T.G. Hornischer Jr., C.D.T is the recipient of the NADL’s Excellence in Education Award and Merit Award. T.G. earned his degree in Dental Technology in 1979, and rec...
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