Occlusion and Clinical Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach


  • Iven Klineberg
  • Rob. Jagger


An understanding of occlusion, the way in which the opposing surfaces of upper and lower teeth make contact, is fundamental to the practice of dentistry – especially to individual dental sub-specialties such as orthodontics and prosthodontics. This unique book offers an accessible look at the best available evidence on occlusion and its relevance for management of dental patients.

  • Evidence-based information provides an excellent introduction to the subject of occlusion.
  • Unique approach focuses on the relevance of occlusion to the individual disciplines of dentistry such as orthodontics and prosthodontics.
  • Treatment suggestions emphasize interdisciplinary management of the occlusion.
  • Chapter authors are internationally recognized authorities.

ISBN: 07236 10924

Published Date: 2004

Page Count:  147 , File Size: 9 Mb

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