In this time of fast moving change in restorative techniques and products all operative dentists should raise their consciousness of occlusal principles occlusal forces set limits on the selection of materials and often prescribe the design features needed for a successful outcome with structurally or periodontally compromised teeth the occlusal planning to minimize nonaxial forces lies at the heart of the restoration virtually all restorative dentistry is affected by the occlusal . Functional occlusion in restorative dentistry and prosthodontics provides a full color comprehensive guide to occlusion with coverage ranging from an explanation of biological principles to treatment planning and clinical procedures an easy to understand approach advances your skills with the latest evidence based clinical research and reinforces knowledge with chapter synopses key points boxes and abundant references to support the books content a companion website includes three . One of the goals of restorative treatment is maintenance and or re establishment of a good dental occlusion when the treatment is completed 12 therefore restorative treatment should be aimed at. O in dentistry occlusion means the contact of teeth in opposing dental arches when the jaws are closed static occlusal relationships and during various jaw movements dynamic occlusal relationships o the dentist should have sufficient knowledge about the principles of occlusion so that he can plan and execute proper restorative treatment
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