Open Access Commentary Article ID: IJOCS-8-153

    Commentary-practicing state of the art occlusion in the Digital Era of Dentistry

    Kerstein RB*

    New technological developments in modern dental medicine offer clinicians insight and treatment advances to many outdated, dogmatic concepts that have been widely believed for many years, despite there being a lack of scientific evidence to support them. This is especially true in the field of Dental Occlusion, whose scientific development has been hampered by the use of traditional, non-digital occlusal indicators that do not quantify occlusion, other than possibly describing “contact area”.


    Published on: Jun 21, 2022 Pages: 15-19

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-4634.000053
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