By Clayton A. Chan, D.D.S.
Founder and Director of OCCLUSION CONNECTIONS™, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
“The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” - Steven Covey
Every neuromuscularly trained and treating clinician should recognize, practice and implement the following five principles in their dental practice. These are fundamental keys to every level of TMD, orthodontic and comprehensive restorative dentistry. Failure to acknowledge these keys principles will result in misdiagnosis and mistreatment. At Occlusion Connections we encourage all to grasp these concepts in order that an optimal level of dentistry can be performed by the dentist and appreciated by the patient.
Doctors who have received training at Occlusion Connections have recognized these principles to be fundamentally important distinguishing their dental practice with this kind of neuromuscular thinking from standard neuromuscular dentistry thinking.
To learn more about Occlusion Connections Advanced Dentist training program read more at: OC’s Post Graduate Dental Education and Training
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