Live Stream | How Equilibration is a Balancing Act of Form and Function

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In this presentation, we will look at the critical information that you need to explore when and how equilibration can become an ideal act of form and function in a balanced occlusion. After the fundamentals of equilibration have been revealed, you will begin to understand its importance in everyday dentistry. Dawson’s equilibration process is part of a 10-step 3D treatment planning checklist, and when not taken seriously, outcomes become unpredictable. You will learn how-to communicate applicable treatment plans to your patients’ equilibrated occlusion. 

Description

Original Air Date: 03/19/2021

Video Demonstrations! Dr. Khanna will be performing equilibration on a recent post-orthodontic patient and mounted model.

In this dental CE course, you will explore when and how equilibration can become an ideal act of form and function in a balanced occlusion. After the fundamentals of equilibration have been revealed, you will begin to understand its importance in everyday dentistry. Dawson’s equilibration process is part of a 10-step 3D treatment planning checklist, and when not taken seriously, outcomes become unpredictable. You will learn how-to communicate applicable treatment plans to your patients’ equilibrated occlusion.

Join Senior Faculty Member, Dr. Neeraj Khanna, and unlock the many benefits of proper equilibration, including patient comfort and satisfaction – and increased confidence in yourself as a Complete Care Dentist.

Learning Objectives:

  • Summarize the fundamentals of occlusal equilibration
  • Compare the principles behind equilibration
  • Determine why, when, and how-to use equilibration
  • Outline how-to discuss equilibration with your patients
  • Implement equilibration procedures into your practice

CE Credits: 4

Instructor: Dr. Neeraj Khanna

Tuition: $299

Recommended Prerequisites: None

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