What is a Dental Occlusion?.
Dental occlusion is the manner in which the top and bottom teeth come into contact with one another, whether at rest or while chewing. That is, whether you’re resting or chewing, dental occlusion has to do with how your teeth touch and whether or not they are in a healthy alignment with one another.
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- What is dental occlusion?