Introduction to Occlusion Theory: 15th November 2018: Cambridge

Occlusion – Theory – Day 1

Course aims:
The aim of this course is to show how occlusion is important in most cases in a primary care setting

The speaker will:
1. Describe the basic principles of Occlusion.
2. Explain the stable & dynamic anatomy of the TMJ & associated musculature
3. Introduce the concept of tooth wear and the factors that affect it.

This course meets the GDC Development outcome C:- Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice


Learning outcomes:
The participants will be able to:
1. Describe the functional movement of the mandible.
2. Identify when parafunction is a factor in tooth loss
3. Plan when to utilise further investigation


CPD: 6 hour(s)

Speakers: Murray, Laurence


Date: 15 November 2018: Thursday

Start Time: 09:00 AM
End Time: 05:00 PM


Venue/Room: Addenbrooke’s The Deakin Centre/Room 4

Address: The Deakin Centre
Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Hills Road

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