In this course, Dr. Rhys Spoor will explain what neuromuscular dentistry is and what it is not.
According to Dr. Spoor, form follows function in restored aesthetic cases. Highlights of the presentation will include the following:
- A discussion of the occlusal triad plus one — the bones, muscles and teeth driven by the nerves.
- The six planes of occlusion, and a ranking of the importance of each plane.
- A discussion of what are good cases for neuromuscular dentistry.
- The use of the Myotronics equipment in diagnosing and planning a case for treatment.
- A review of several cases involving removable appliance therapy only, removable appliance and restorative therapy, removable appliance, orthodontic and restorative therapy and orthodontic therapy only.
The speaker will answer your questions
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