occlusal correction


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oc·clu·sal cor·rec·tion

1. the correction of malocclusion, by whatever means is employed;
2. elimination of disharmony of occlusal contacts.

oc·clu·sal cor·rec·tion

(ŏ-klūzăl kŏr-ekshŭn)
1. Correction of malocclusion by whatever means.
2. Elimination of disharmony of occlusal contacts.
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The crowns were tried in the patient's mouth, and minor occlusal corrections were made before the final glazing.
Complex: which involved location of true hinge axis for facebow transfer to mount upper cast on a semi adjustable articulator, lower cast in centric relation records and occlusal corrections are made on articulator.
After processing, occlusal corrections made on articulator, placed in mouth and further occlusal corrections done.