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The Principles of Gneuromuscular (GNM) Dentistry
A Gneuromuscular (GNM) Approach (Part 1): Seeing the bigger picture – recognizing the signs and symptoms. Clayton A. Chan, D.D.S., Dental Asia, September/October 2015, pp. 41-46.
A Gneuromuscular (GNM) Approach (Part 2): Seeing the bigger picture – recognizing the signs and symptoms. Clayton A. Chan, D.D.S., Dental Asia, November/December 2015, pp. 39-42.
- Russian translation by Dr. Anton Krivorotov, Moscow
The Principles of Neuromuscular Dentistry
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Scientific Validation of the Optimizing the Neuromuscular Trajectory using the Chan Protocol. Chan, CA: International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics (ICCMO) Anthology VII, 2005.
The Principles of Gneuromuscular (GNM) Occlusion
A Review of the Clinical Significance of the Occlusal Plane Chan, CA: International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics (ICCMO) Anthology VIII, 2007.
Physiologic State of Occlusal Orthotics and the Diagnosis of Myogenous Orofacial Pain in Reducing TMD Headaches and other Symptoms. Clayton A. Chan, D.D.S.* and Brian E. Hale, D.D.S.: Gneuromuscular Orthopedics (A Publication for Advanced Learning) . July, 2020.
The Principles of Neuromuscular Orthodontics
Form Follows Function: Keys to Facial Beauty & Expression Involve Maxillary Arch Form and Development Clayton A. Chan, DDS – Journal American Orthodontic Society, Fall 2005.
- Verticalizing the Posterior Teeth of a TMD Pain Patient showing sequence transitioning from lower removable orthotic to final neuromuscular (NM) orthopedic position, giving the natural teeth the bite they deserve. Condyles can remodel when proper physiologic joint space is developed and maintained with an optimal bite position.
Applying the neuromuscular principles in TMD and orthodontics. Clayton A. Chan, DDS – Journal American Orthodontic Society, Vol 4, Issue 2. Spring 2004.
- This is a classical article written by Dr. Chan which convey’s the power of neuromuscular instrumentation and orthopedic understanding that bones move, teeth can develop to their full potential and jaw joints can reposition to a more optimal position. This article has received numerous accolades as well as interest from many clinicians desirous to know how it is possible to do NM Orthodontic with TMD paining patients.
Multi-Dimensional Diagnosis & Treatment to Avoid Orthodontic Surgical Pitfalls. Clayton A. Chan, DDS – Journal American Orthodontic Society, Fall 2006.
- This article conveys the importance of a proper “Physiologic” diagnosis to relate the maxillary and mandibular casts prior to definitive treatment and decision making. A proper physiologic mandibular position could just possibly avoid the unnecessary need for irreversible jaw surgery.
Architecting the Occlusal Plane. Clayton A. Chan, DDS: Aurum Ceramic Continuum, Volume 10, Issue 2. May 2006.
Bite Management Considerations for the Restorative Dentist. Clayton A. Chan, DDS: Dentistry Today, January, 2008.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Changing Smiles with One Correct Bite at a Time. An Interview with Dr. Clayton Chan by Audry Abella, Dental Asia, March/April 2016, pp. 28-30.
Dr. Clayton Chan or the Dental Investigator, Paolo Kalow – CEO Nimbyx & Evident Healthcare Software, Online Resource Center, December 19, 2016.
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