Tag: Basics of Complete Denture Occlusion

Difference Between Natural and Artificial Occlusion

Difference Between Natural and Artificial Occlusion

Difference Between Natural and Artificial Occlusion : 1)      The teeth in natural dentitions are retained by periodontal tissues that are uniquely innervated and structured. In complete artificial occlusion all the teeth are on bases seated on slippery tissues.   2)      In natural dentitions the teeth receive individual pressures of occlusion and can move independently.   […]

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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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