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When we say the word “BITE” to patients, what do we really mean and what do we hope to get out of it? Dr. Brady is back with the next post in her “Occlusion or Delusion” series. Don’t forget to read the past installments! Catch up with...read more
What are we thankful for this Thanksgiving? Well, would you be surprised if we said a tooth width proportion formula? Because our blog readers reacted so passionately to Dr. Chris Catalano’s last post on how to create a strong temporary bridge, we knew we...read more
An empty nest can be both a shocking change and an exciting freedom for dental parents. We’ve given you looks into the family lives of Drs. Lee Ann Brady and Jason Olitsky, so we figured it was time to get the perspective of another CMS educator: Dr. Eric...read more
Everyone is fascinated (and maybe a little terrified) by the generation of millennials. We’re here to demystify this unpredictable group of young adults and how they can affect the dental profession. Did Someone Say Narcissistic? They’re known for...read more
It’s important to know the wear and resistance of composite in areas of direct occlusal contact. One piece of good news is that very few composite restorations are replaced because of excessive wear. The majority of restorations succumb to marginal breakdown and...read more
Occlusion or Delusion: Thoughts on Visualization and Paying Attention to the Temporomandibular Joint
The more we can start to see a patient and their individual anatomy as unique, the easier it will be for us to diagnosis and treat the issues with their particular temporomandibular joint in occlusion cases. Occlusion Loose Threads – On...read more
An exam of retrodiscal tissue can solve some of the mystery of a patient’s joint pain. But just as important as the technical aspects of the exam itself is the way in which we conduct it. Useful Thinking for All Occlusion Exams I wrote about the golden rules of...read more
We’re closing out the year with a bang in Las Vegas. For the final CMS course of 2016, prepare yourself for casino nights, neon lights, and more upscale restaurants than you could visit in a lifetime. Beneath the dingy, hedonistic exterior of Las Vegas lives and...read more
by Jenn Janicki, Executive Director Join us for Part 3 in a series of 6 presenting “best practices” for dental professionals. I’ve created this series for clinicians who have a high level of clinical training and confidence, but have not yet created a strategy for...read more