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Browne Part 1
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Browne Part 1

This patient presented in the office of Dr. Kevin Browne, one of our Spear Faculty Club mentors. The patient's chief complaint was that her previous...

| 9 years ago
No, Bite on your BACK Teeth: Part Five
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No, Bite on your BACK Teeth: Part Five

Tim has a bilateral open bite that is secondary to long-term wear of a mandibular-repositioning appliance constructed for sleep apnea. What now?

| 9 years ago
Facebow Leveling Options
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Facebow Leveling Options

In this short clip, Gary presents helpful tips for using facebows for optimal lab communication.

| 9 years ago
No, Bite on your BACK Teeth - Part Four
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No, Bite on your BACK Teeth - Part Four

OK, I have learned a bunch about mandibular repositioning appliances since I showed this image the first time. I didn't know what I didn't know!! When,...

| 9 years ago
No, Bite on Your BACK Teeth - Part Three
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No, Bite on Your BACK Teeth - Part Three

OK, it is now official. I didn't know what I was talking about when I wrote about the complications of the snore guard (see Parts One and Two of this...

| 9 years ago
Is an Equilibration Ever Done?
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Is an Equilibration Ever Done?

I often repeat the funny phrase that an equilibration is only done when the patient acquires room temperature, and yet when working to reorganize a patient's...

| 10 years ago
Why Is There Wear?
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Why Is There Wear?

If you're old enough to remember Bill Cosby's question 'Why is there air?' you have probably come to some peace with the dental question in the title. The...

| 10 years ago