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Biofunctional Dynamic Occlusion

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Biofunctional Dynamic Occlusion is a comprehensive approach between occlusion, posture, and function. It has a phase I for therapeutic stability where we use the latest technology that has allowed us to observe the real dynamics in the human body by integrating Galileos, SICAT Function, SICAT JMT. It then involves a phase II Biofunctional rehabilitation that may involve prosthetics and orthopedic facial development.

Date Added:
10/16/2019

Author(s):

Javier Vasquez, DMD, CDT Javier Vasquez, DMD, CDT
Dr. Javier Vasquez is a researcher and developer of the concept: "Biofunctional Dynamic Occlusion", a different perspective of occlusi...
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