This month we are providing one new animation and one updated animation:
New - Slide with a Lateral Component
Do you ever see patients with asymmetric wear that you know is caused by them avoiding an interference on the opposite side?
This month’s new animation demonstrates this effect – adding a slide with a lateral component to our current slide animations that show symmetric slides.
(Thank you to Dr. Sam Leackhanak from Cambodia for making this suggestion.)
Updated Animation - Bruxing Effect on Molars Forward-only
A revised Bruxing Effect on Molars Forward-only (short name: Brux FO Mol) animation that doesn't have the rear molar moving into the next molar
(Thank you Dr. Alain Aubé for pointing this out)