"Already in the lead text of his book the author demonstrates the quintessence of his knowledge: “We are required to maintain a functioning system, that means we keep the habitual dental occlusion of the patient – his habitual intercuspation.”."
Oliver Dreher, MOD Zahntechnik, Rottweil | Quintessenz Zahntech 2011;37(1):130
"Many specialist books are adorned by elaborately worked glossies, a smart cover and various other sundry things. Unlike this book, with nothing brightened up, retouched or refurbished. It is rather dealt with a very honest book. A documentation of meticulous observations, paired with experiences from daily practice – via centuries – comprehensible."
Deutscher Ärzte-Verlag | DZZ | Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift | 2009; 64 (10) |
Jens C. Türp, Basel:
"Long as the maximum intercuspation of both jaws is taken as a point of reference in the Who is not aware of the following (and without any further explanation completely useless) exercise from his years of study: Impressions (usually of a fellow student) of the mandible and maxilla are taken and plaster models created. " more...
www.teamwork-media.de | 12. Jahrgang, 5/2009 | Prof. Dr. Roman Schubert | München
"This book’s title lets every dentist prick his ears up, since in the course of his professional life every practitioner encounters patients who during a dental treatment – no matter however and wherever – have lost their bite, searching for it wandering from dental clinic to dental clinic and from practice to practice. The author taking up this explosive topic is well-known and well-respected within the “functional scene“. At international level, Gerd Christiansen ranks among the leading protagonists of computer-aided CMD diagnostics and therapy. Moreover, he has also been active in his own practice in Ingolstadt for 20 years with the focus on aesthetics and function."
www.cmd-centrum-duesseldorf.de | Dr. Jürgen Dapprich | Düsseldorf |
"Lost occlusion means painful occlusion“ The book of Gerd Christiansen describes his brilliant method thanks to which the existing habitual position of the patient after inserting crowns is no longer lost during a prosthetic reconstruction. Since most prosthetic appliances are manufactured in the habitual position, it is no longer available after inserting the crowns and it is impossible to reconstruct it. However, many patients do not tolerate the new position and are faced with problems, often even in the event of smallest changes. "
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