- Volume 19 Issue 1
When treating the occlusion the dentist must ensure that patients do not develop an occlusal awareness or neurosis after therapy. This means that after treatment patients should not be conscious of the dentition at rest, in occlusion, or during function. Butactually this goal is not easy to reach in daily practice. The dental technician works with rigid casts and dies that do not move. The dentist must use fixed prostheses that have been made in a laboratory setting in a clinical environment that is significantly different. In this article relativey easy cast adjustment technique which can decrease the time necessary to clinically adjust the occlusion of newly fabricated fixed prostheses, and actual occlusal equilibration technique for natural and restored dentition will be discussed.