Dental CE Course: Traumatic Occlusion and Bruxism -- Application of JVA
This one day version of our full two day course is designed for the general dentist to help take the mystery out of joint sounds and joint function and help understand how readily general dentistry can deal with joint dysfunction as well as make the relationship between occlusion and joint dysfunction practical and real.
When do you treat an asymptomatic click?
-What is the true relationship between restorative and pain concepts?
-What does the evidence show us about the role of the Lateral Pterygoid in disk displacements?
-What is the best design to protect our patient’s teeth in parafunction?
-How can a parafunctional control appliance truly help our patients with jaw pain and headaches (and it is not by reducing “spasms” of the pterygoid or anterior temporalis!)
-How critical are the terms “reproducibility” and “centric relation?”
Learn the myths of occlusion that you will find enlightening and exciting -- things you know are true but we’re been told for years that weren’t….and they ARE!!!
This information is essential to all practicing dentists and will be immediately helpful in your daily practice. Learn an exciting new protocol using parafunctional control. The various potentially confusing occlusal therapeutic concepts will be explored in detail. Diagnostically drive therapy including splint therapy and supportive therapy will be reviewed. The dentist’s role in headache therapy will be explored.
This course is designed to take the confusion out of this critical subject matter for the general dentist!
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Dr. Glassman looks at things from a traditional view, but also enlightens from angles that I'd never thought of. Great- Highly Recommend.
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Dr. Barry Glassman Seminars
1329 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18102