The BiteFX Blog for All Things Relating to Occlusion

Cultivating Trust with Deliberate, Digital and Comprehensive Treatment Planning

Posted by Doug Brown on Tue, Mar 07, 2017 @ 11:03 AM

How often do you hear the message that establishing trust with your patients is critical to your success - both in being permitted to deliver the best treatment and financially?

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Tags: Dental Technique, Treatment Planning

Presenting Invisalign Cases with BiteFX - Follow-up Questions and Answers

Posted by Doug Brown on Mon, Jun 06, 2016 @ 14:06 PM

In July 2015, Dr. Joe Gaudio presented "Using BiteFX to Present Invisalign for Occlusal Correction to Patients".

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Tags: Dental Technique

Premature Wear: The Hidden Causes - Follow-up Questions and Answers

Posted by Doug Brown on Mon, Jun 06, 2016 @ 11:06 AM

In May 2016, Dr. Alain Aubé, president of the Canadian Occlusion Institute, presented:

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Tags: Dental Technique

Phased Restorations - Follow-up Questions and Answers

Posted by Doug Brown on Thu, Apr 21, 2016 @ 11:04 AM

In March 2016, Dr. Rick Rogers, President-Dental Association Company Maryland State Dental Association, presented: 
“RESTORING THE WORN DENTITION IN PHASES-
Providing Optimal Dentistry For Patients With Limited Finances”

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Tags: Dental Technique

Worn Canines in Teens and Early Twenties - Equilibrate?

Posted by Doug Brown on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 @ 13:03 PM

We featured the following Question and Answers in our March 2016 newsletter.

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Tags: Dental Technique

Lasting Dental Restorations – A Dental Technician Reveals the Secret

Posted by Steve Killian on Thu, Jul 14, 2011 @ 10:07 AM

Highly experienced dental technician Steve Killian shares the simple formula he has observed to be the foundation for lasting dental restorations.

For those that don’t know me I first need to let you know that throughout my career as a dental technician occlusion has been one of my strong points. I have had to learn all the past and current philosophies whether it be Pankey-Dawson, LVI Myotronics, Bio-Esthetic, you name it. If my dentist

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Tags: Guest Blogs, Dental Technique

Surmounting the Paradox of Being a “No Dentistry” Dentist

Posted by Don Reid on Wed, Jul 06, 2011 @ 15:07 PM

A statement that I heard in my early days of studying occlusion and which helped clarify occlusion’s purpose and my mission was:

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Tags: Dental Technique

How To Not Prep a Broken Molar and Increase Profitability

Posted by Don Reid on Tue, May 31, 2011 @ 19:05 PM

If you’re like me and you love to prep teeth, in all honesty it’s somewhat exciting when you have a new patient on the schedule with a broken back molar. If the schedule is light, it’s almost compelling you restore that molar with a crown "on the spot". But if you understand how occlusion forces destroy mouths and  recognize this new patient is loaded with excessive signs, perhaps not symptoms, of occlusion disease, this is a golden opportunity to show your character by acting in the best interest of the patient and not yours.

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Tags: Dental Technique

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