Occlusal Balanced Signalling: The Importance of Establishing Isotonic Vectors

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What today’s dentists are missing is the foundational comprehension and perspective of re-establishing their patient’s masticatory stability, occlusal stability and temporomandibular joint stability for optimal health.

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Occlusal health is key to effective occlusal treatment.  All dental treatment must recognized and resolved the following conditions if stable, functional and comfortable dental health is a goal for successful treatment:

  1. Masticatory dysfunctions,
  2. Temporomandibular joint derangements and
  3. Abnormal neuromuscular pains

stemming from abnormal vectors of forces due to hyper occlusal signalling or hyper muscle activity.