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Computer-Guided Occlusal Analyses in optimizing Occlusal Function - Part 3 of 3

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In this third of a 3-part series, Dr. Robert Kerstein introduces the principles of utilizing computer-guided occlusal analysis to direct occlusal evaluation and adjustment in the optimization of occlusal function including considerations in implant prosthodontics. Anterior guidance and time sequencing are discussed as they apply in occlusal adjustments, equilibration and prosthetic case finishing.

Date Added:
10/13/2010

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Robert Kerstein, DMD Robert Kerstein, DMD
Robert B. Kerstein received his DMD degree in 1983, and his Prosthodontic Certificate in 1985, both from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. From 1985 - 1998, he maint...
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