Month: February 2017

Re-establishing a physiologic vertical dimension for an overclosed patient

The term neuromuscular occlusion has become associated with certain limited methodologies that are used to obtain a muscle-compatible occlusal relationship. In reality, there are several different approaches that can be used to determine a “neuromuscular” maxillo-mandibular relationship, even with a fully edentulous case.

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Dentist position available late 2017 in Victoria

This is a great opportunity for a dentist who wants a future option to buy the practice. This practice, situated in Victoria, South-East of Melbourne’s CBD, is looking for a dentist to help with their practice growth and long-term plans.

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Plant-made antimicrobial peptide targets dental plaque and gum tissues

Katherine Unger Baillie has found that protein drugs, which derive from biological sources, represent some of the most important and effective biopharmaceuticals on the market. Some, like insulin, have been used for decades, while many more based on cloned genes are coming to market and are valued for their precise and powerful functions.

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