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Occlusion Simplified - Clinical Techniques for Restoring Anterior Guidance and Opening Vertical Dimension - Part 1 of 3

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So much of our success in restorative dentistry depends on occlusion. Learn a practical system for restoring worn teeth, rebuilding anterior guidance, and increasing vertical dimension. Especially for complex situations, although equally valuable in simpler cases, this significantly increases the chance of achieving long lasting results.

Date Added:
1/15/2015

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Corky Willhite, DDS Corky Willhite, DDS
Dr. Corky Willhite has achieved Fellowship by the Academy of General Dentistry, the American College of Dentists and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is one of 5...
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Questions & Comments
Esther Achim - (7/17/2018 2:13 PM)

I enjoyed your presentation. Thank you for it! Could I have the handout that you were talking about?

Gilbert Stehbens - (12/7/2017 4:14 AM)

Can't start this video

Benjamin Saidel - (1/23/2017 6:49 AM)

Dr. Willhite, did you consider esthetic crown lengthening in the young girl before the restorative work? thank you

Sara Sarraj - (1/7/2017 2:29 PM)

I'm already a premium member.why can't I have access to this presentation Occlusion simplified

Mahmoud Amin914 - (6/20/2016 9:36 PM)

great presentation sir..can i have a hand out copy plz

Ronald Goldstein - (1/30/2015 12:53 PM)

I enjoyed seeing your presentation, Corky. I was just asked why there are not more clinicians speaking about occlusion so here is an excellent review with good tips and technique...Many thanks

chandanpreet jaspal - (1/14/2015 9:37 PM)

outstanding presentation. where can I find the handouts for this?

Ali Showkat - (10/1/2012 8:46 PM)

excelent presetation,how can i ge the handout sir. Thankyou

avron alter - (9/1/2012 4:06 PM)

You refer to an excellent lecture by Frank Spear.Where can I get a copy?

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