125 minutes of Malocclusion in Slavicek's functional concept - including certificate.

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After the Basic Principles of Occlusion and Principles of diagnostic waxup technique, the third webinar in Slavicek's functional concept is about malocclusions. We are talking about Diagnosis, Treatment, Splint therapy and Reconstruction of "so-called" malocclusions.

The Webinar Series teaches the principles of function, occlusion and the cranio-mandibular system according to the research and concepts of Prof. Rudolf Slavicek, Vienna, Austria
This Webinar Series is addressed to all dental professionals who realize that dynamic occlusion plays a significant role for the long-term success of their treatment. Chipping of restorations, relapse of orthodontic treatment, muscle and joint pain are the results of wrong position of the teeth and the mandible and lead to dysfunction.

The Slavicek Philosophy
The principles of function, occlusion and the cranio-mandibular system set the foundation for every dental discipline in diagnosis and treatment planning.

What is different to any other “Occlusion program”?
Prof. Slavicek realized that successful and stable dentistry is dependent on the dynamic function, which means how teeth are moving in relationship to each other, rather than just looking to static tooth contacts in occlusion. Tooth movement is based on mandibular movement, which is based on the temporo-mandibular-joints and their surrounding structures.
In his tremendous research and publications, since 1984 up to today, Prof. Slavicek could show the determinants which lead to harmony in the masticatory system and guide the diagnostic and treatment planning process. Based on development and growth, it is evident how the guidance system and occlusal plane inclination are related to the clinical condylar pathway inclination.
Also, every joint has a “zero “position and every muscle has a certain vector. Dentistry must respect this fact and, must understand how to position the teeth in order to keep or to achieve harmony in the chewing system. Traditional dentistry is treating teeth as if they were independent from their driving structures. This often leads to dental interferences, restriction of the mandible, and overload of teeth, muscles and joints. Therefore dentists and orthodontists are faced with the failures of their own work.

Clinical and scientific concepts following the Vienna School of Interdisciplinary Dentistry of Prof. Rudolf Slavicek Analyses, interpretation, conclusive diagnoses and consecutive treatment planning in interdisciplinary dentistry Demystifying occlusion, function and cranio-andibular-disorders
Standardized clinical functional and instrumental functional diagnostic

Understand how to evaluate the cranio-mandibular system, and how to set up your cases
Come to a Diagnosis Interdisciplinary treatment planning
Occlusal concept for: full dentition, orthodontic treatment, partial dentition, full dentures, implant cases
Wax up concept

The Topics are:

  • understanding Occlusion and so called Malocclusion
  • Kompensation and Decompensation
  • Splint Therapy
  • Using the CPV in therapeutic treatment
  • Malfunction Reconstruction

Course plan

Functional Webinar 3 - The "so-called" malocclusion. Treatment in Slavicek concept.