Occlusal Corrections for Full Mouth Cases


Occlusal corrections on multiple crowns can be a daunting task.  Even with the most meticulous technique, there are times when you have to do more than “just a little” adjustment to your full mouth cases or you may just want to really detail the occlusal scheme of your masterpiece.  Do you make these adjustments in the mouth on what some call the “final articulator”?  I think everyone would agree that it can be difficult and sometimes impossible to make final adjustments of multiple crowns intra-orally, so how can one utilize an indirect approach to the tedious task of perfecting the occlusion?   Continue reading