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毎日の歯科治療における中心位 Part2

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In this Second 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. In this segment, several methods of recording centric relation accurately will be discussed in great detail. Identifying and managing joint problems in taking centric relation records are also included in the presentation.

Date Added:
3/31/2010

Author(s):

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
Michael Zidile - (11/19/2019 9:58 PM)

another excellent and easy to understand lecture! Thanks so much Dr Lerner!!

Ronald Goldstein - (1/30/2015 12:56 PM)

Another excellent presentation on the importance of accurate occlusion with Dr. Lerner's techniques that are easily adaptable.

winston faltine - (1/30/2015 11:36 AM)

Great video! thank you for sharing your knowledge

Sanjit Singh - (3/4/2014 1:27 PM)

THANK YOU FOR THE REPLY

Jay Lerner - (2/20/2014 9:48 PM)

Dear Sanjit…..Sorry for the delay reponse as I just saw this question. When anterior teeth are missing you can use Bimanual manipulation as is taught at The Dawson Center & The Pankey Institute to find CR or you can fabricate a maxillary hard acrylic nightguard appliance that has acrylic covering the anterior ridge like a wax bite block….Have the lab build up the anterior most segment of this night guard( Over the centrals) so the mandibular anterior teeth are the only ones occluding against the maxillary anterior portion of the night guard…. Make sure this segment is flat and parallel to the occlusal palne and not ramped…Now utilize this anterior segment as an anterior deprogramming jig just as if there were teeth under it….Hope this helps

henry salama - (1/27/2014 1:14 PM)

Sanjit, Try utilizing a jig stabilized by the canines, or the posterior teeth. Think about how one would record CR for a denture patient.

Sanjit Singh - (1/26/2014 1:10 PM)

Great video. What is the best way to record CR when anterior teeth are missing???

Morvarid Keshvari - (2/16/2013 9:21 PM)

Fabolouse....thank you so much

Cristiano Pereira Alves - (10/21/2012 7:23 AM)

Thank you very much! Your videos are my favorite ones on Dental XP. Your explanations are so clear, you really simplify a complex reading subject. Thank you once again. Could you send me the Lucia's article? Thanks once again and please, post more videos :)

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