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An Introduction to Posterior Guided Occlusion Part 3: Clinical Applications DRAFT

An Introduction to Posterior Guided Occlusion Part 3: Clinical Applications DRAFT

An Introduction to Posterior Guided Occlusion Part 3: Clinical Applications DRAFT

Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
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Launch date: 09 Sep 2015
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Last updated: 26 Jun 2018

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Why is this training important?
Dental occlusion is a much misunderstood topic in dentistry, attracting heated debate on whether it is important and which approach should be followed. However, it plays a part in the practice of anyone who undertakes significant alterations to their patient’s occlusion - such as orthodontics. Much of the evidence for any particular approach is based on expert opinion and experience. This series of webinars seeks to clarify some of the issues by introducing the dentist to another way of looking at occlusion that the author believes explains many of the apparent anomalies and confusion.

What is it?
This 20 minute webinar is the third of 3 modules exploring a new model of occlusion and its clinical applications. It discusses how the principles of Posterior-Guided Occlusion are applied in the clinical setting. It also includes video of a new highly stable full denture system using the PGO principles.

Who is it suitable for?
This webinar is primarily aimed at Dentists and Clinical Dental Technicians.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A DRAFT FORM OF THIS PRESENTATION – SO PLEASE EXCUSE SOME OF THE GLITCHES

Objectives

Review the evidence base for current models of occlusion
Introduce evidence for a new model of occlusion based on anthropological principles
Explore how this model can be applied in the clinical situation
Demonstrate the use of this model in the construction of predictably stable F/F dentures
Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)

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Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
on behalf of Invisinet

Dr. Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK), CEO Invisinet Ltd
Andy qualified from Bristol in 1980. In 1982 he attended Roy Higson’s first ever occlusion course and also visited the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education, USA. He has since completed all of the Pankey Continuum and is now a Visiting Faculty and Advisory Board member. Andy has made a life-long study of occlusion and its application to practice, including courses by Henry Tanner, Henry Gremillion and Jim Okeson.

Andy met Ron Presswood at a study visit to the University of Florida in 2002 and is now part of his research team at Loughborough University Biomechanics Department. This has resulted in a significant evidence base for a new model of occlusion and also a revolutionary new full denture system, CQR Dentures (see www.cqrdentures.com for videos). Some of the research has recently been published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. He is the co-author with Dr Ron Presswood of ‘Is there such a thing as a healthy occlusion? Lessons from history’ Primary Dental Care 2008;15(2):65-69 .

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