Many of you attend the American Equilibration Society’s Annual Meeting. Here is the program for 2022. You can find more details at https://aes.clubexpress.com/content.aspx Wednesday, February 23, 2022 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors 8:00 AM- 8:30 AM Opening Ceremony, Introductions, Announcements & Remembrances…Read More
The Cornell Effect: A Family’s Journey towards Happiness, Fulfillment and Peace by John C. Cranham DDS.
This is the true story of Cornell Richardson, who was born three and a half months early, at one-pound, nine-ounces. The severity of his issues gave him little chance for survival, let alone for a normal life.
This is an up-from-the-ashes story of incredible courage, persistence, and inspiration. It is a story of how a young couple started a journey to help a sick little boy, and in the process, he dramatically changed the trajectory of their lives. While written as a chronological memoir over 25 years, it is filled with the principles they learned from Cornell that have led to a more happy, peaceful, and content life.Read More
I have spent the last 9 weeks investigating the impact of stress on the occlusion. It has been a in vivo study using a continuous feedback mechanism and his involved seeing how hard an occlusal load I can generate every time I read letters from the CDO, CQC or GDC. This research is part of an open-ended nationwide study involving 39,000 GDPs with no clear end date to the experiment in sight.Read More
October 15, 1951 – May 17, 2020 Memories of Henry Gremillion by Mark Hargreaves I first met Henry at AES Chicago in February 2003 though he had already presented to BSOS the previously. Jette Holbrook was organising a trip for a dozen BSOS members to The University of Florida Shand Medical and Dental Hospital. We…Read More
Late February, it can be a difficult time of year, particularly if it’s been a long, wet winter but there are positives. For the past twenty years I’ve taken a week off work and gone to the USA. No, not a skiing trip or Florida. Every February it’s The Windy City for me. Now in…Read More
Teeth grinding — what really happens when you sleep September 3 2019, 12/01am, Does your dentist want you to wear a mouthguard? Youʼre not alone. Bruxism is on the rise. Itʼs not necessarily a bad thing, the experts tell Helen Rumbelow One in ten of us reports that we grind our teeth at night There…Read More
Mark Hargreaves, instructor for the British Society for Occlusal Studies, explains the importance of working with the right articulator when it comes to occlusion and why the Denar 300 series fits the bill The British Society for Occlusal Studies (BSOS) is a group for dentists and technicians and other dental professionals who have a particular…Read More
Making the most of her role as UK Occlusion Product Specialist at Prestige Dental, Jennifer Ball considers how the articular is transforming practice and patient life. Prestige article ( PDF format)Read More
Report from Chair – BSOS AGM – Friday 7th September 2018 Once upon a time there was a young dental student who was taught about bite physiology and found it somewhat dull even as she was being educated in the happiest country in the world. As she settled into her job in England in July…Read More