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The Development of Nonanatomic Denture Occlusion - Part I.

Engelmeier, Robert L.
J Prosthodont; 28(1): e132-e137, 2019 Jan.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29239104
Part I of this two-part article concentrates on the early 20th century origin of the nonanatomic concept of complete denture occlusion. It focuses on Dr. Victor Sears, who in 1922 made a courageous departure from convention when he introduced the design for his "Chewing Members." Development of these teeth marked the birth of the School of Nonanatomic Denture Occlusion. Dr. Sears' 35-year journey of research and development is traced here through his mid-1950s association with Dr. Simon Myerson. Their Myerson-Sears design set the standard for flat-planed, nonanatomic denture teeth for the next half century.