Neuromuscular Lab Technician – Techniques for Technicians and Dentists
- Posted on: Apr 4 2017
Course Type: Laboratory Technician Courses
LVI’s hands-on Neuromuscular Techniques course is designed to bring new light and knowledge to the ever-growing demand in the area of full mouth reconstruction. The principles contained in this course are presented to provide doctors, technicians and team members with the skills, knowledge and techniques to successfully comprehend the neuromuscular components and meet the new demands of the rapid growth of Neuromuscular Dentistry.
Doctors implementing NM principles to treat their patients demand physiologic restorations and orthopedic appliances. These appliances can only be fabricated by properly trained dental technicians who understand these simple, scientific, and proven biophysiologic concepts. The neuromuscularly-trained doctors, technicians and team members are an essential part of a comprehensive LVI Dental Team.
View our Course Information:
|Tuition: $2,495||Prerequisites: None|
|Team Tuition: $612 – Team||CE Credits: 23|
|Length of Course: 3 days||Campus: LVI Main Campus|
|Materials Needed: If you wish bring your waxing tools, LVI will provide Hollenback carvers.|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- Manage myocentric occlusion
- Fabricate a myocentric bite
- Provide an orthotic, transfer a bite complete a pre-operative wax-up, temporary matrix and comprehensive preoperative neuromuscular package
- Apply the neuromuscular concepts in diagnostic wax-ups
- Recognize tooth morphology, shape, grooves and contours
- Prepare for case success through correct pre-operative work-up
- Implement the use of pictures, facial plane indexes, HIP mounting and other tools
- Recognize the importance of form and function, anterior and posterior
- Discuss natural occlusal anatomy
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See what others that have taken the course have to say:
Great opportunity to finally learn what my doctor has been trying to teach me so that we could be on the same page. Now I can go back to my office and produce without having to ask him so many questions. It all makes sense!
– Richard Willis