Tag: Balanced occlusion theory

Balanced Occlusion : Factors Affecting the Balanced Occlusion

Balanced Occlusion : Factors Affecting the Balanced Occlusion

Balanced Occlusion : Factors Affecting the Balanced Occlusion Laws of Articulation Hanau quint: There are five factors involved in eccentric occlusal balance in complete dentures. Posterior or Condylar guidance Anterior or Incisal guidance The occlusal plane The compensatory curves Cusp angulation or inclination 1. Condylar guidance – it is definite anatomic feature that depends on […]

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Balanced occlusion : Definition , Types , Advantages

Balanced occlusion : Definition , Types , Advantages

Balanced occlusion : Definition , Types , Advantages Definition: Balanced occlusion in complete dentures can be defined as stable simultaneous contact of the opposing upper and lower teeth in centric relation position and a continuous smooth bilateral gliding from this position to any eccentric position within the normal range of mandibular function. The wider and […]

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