How Disharmony Between the TMJs and the Occlusion Causes Harm

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Published: Wednesday, 24 June 2015 07:55 Written by 

 

If I were writing the curriculum for a four-year dental education, I would start in the freshman year by asking the question, “How does disharmony between the TMJ’s and the occlusion cause harm?” I would then tell every student that this question will be a dominant centerpiece for their dental education. I would let them know that during their four years, they will be expected to understand the answer to this question so clearly that when they start practice they will be at a tremendous advantage over more than 90% of the “usual and customary” dentists.

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