On August 19th at 1pm CT, Ron Hruska will be hosting a free 90-minute webinar presentation on the topic of "Mandibular Temporal Latero-Rotary Movement Influence on Palatal, Occlusal, Glossal and Podal Orientation".
This presentation will outline the musculature that is responsible for ideal paired temporal, palatine and palate bone position and function. A review of the intra-oral and extra-oral latero-trusive anatomy responsible for alignment of the pharynx, width of the oral cavity, developmental adaptations of the floor of the mouth, buccal to buccal occlusion, and stomato-plantar pressure will be offered. Relationship of common mal-adaptation and mal-occlusal patterns associated with homolateral mandibular hyperactivity will be discussed.
If you are a dentist, or movement specialist who is working together with a dentist as an interdisciplinary team, you will not want to miss this free webinar! Please feel free to share this information with other colleagues who might be interested in attending.
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