equilibrationEquilibration can provide benefits to the health and longevity of many patients - yet it still remains one of the most infrequently applied therapies in dentistry.

Physiologic occlusion occurs when centric relation is coincident with maximum intercuspation. The benefits of transitioning from a pathologic occlusion to a physiologic occlusion are widely accepted. Our new course, Equilibration: Creating the End After Visualization, will review the specific components or characteristics of a physiologic occlusion and the actual process to increase confidence, competence, and predictability.

After viewing these lessons on equilibration, you'll have a better understanding of:

  • Physiological occlusion

  • A systematic approach based on the trial equilibration to help create a predictable experience in the mouth

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