Occlusion Residency

Traditionally, full mouth restorative dentistry is completed with aggressive, invasive treatment utilizing full crowns.

In our unique residency program you will learn a complete system to transform even the most severely worn and compromised dentition to optimal, pain-free function and exquisite esthetics. This rejuvenation system utilizes state of the art minimally invasive techniques.

Upon completion of our residency program you will have the skills, knowledge, and confidence to transform your patients’ lives and to set yourself apart from your peers.

This course is designed to teach the dentist how the chewing system works and how to accurately and predictably rebuild it using the human biologic model as a guide. You will learn what is necessary to restore the worn dentition. In addition, you will learn how to correct malocclusions that cause TMD and associated medical problems with these same techniques.

6 Sessions Over 1 year

Occlusal Residency


  • Introduction to natural tooth form
  • The principles for success
  • Fabricating the C2O
  • The guiding teeth and their importance
  • The anterior relationship
  • Waxing rejuvenation dentistry cases
  • Much more…

Occlusion  Residency

This training is divided into 6 sessions spread over a one-year period. The weekend sessions will cover the following topics:

Session 1: Craniomandibular Stabilization and Introduction to Airway Centered BioRejuvenation Dentistry

  • 4 Keys to Airway Centered Occlusion
  • Airway Centered Anatomy, Function, and Physiology
  • Understanding the Stomatognathic System
  • Condylar Centering Orthotic (C2O) Therapy

Session 2: TMD Diagnosis and CBCT 3D Interpretation

  • TMJ: Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology
  • Determining the Hinge Axis Position of the Mandible
  • CBCT Interpretation of the TMJ and Airway and How it Relates to the Hinge Axis Data
  • Determining the Ideal Vertical Dimension of Occlusion
  • Definitive Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • Initial Resident Case Presentations

Session 3: Tooth Morphology/Function/Restorative Techniques

  • Introduction to Coronoplasty
  • Synthetic Enamel Grafting Techniques Part I
  • From Model to the Mouth: The BioRejuvenation Dentistry Delivery System
  • Diagnosing from Within: Incorporating Airway and CBCT Data into Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • Resident Case Presentations

Session 4: Orthodontic and Surgical Considerations for Airway Centered BioRejuvenation Dentistry

  • Orthodontics and Surgical Implications
  • Using Orthodontics for Optimization of the BioRejuvenation Case
  • Developing an Interdisciplinary Team
  • Synthetic Enamel Grafting Techniques Part II
  • Resident Case Presentations

Session 5: Advanced Esthetic Techniques

  • Creating the Optimally Esthetic and Functional Result
  • Composite Artistry Techniques
  • Finishing Techniques
  • Trouble Shooting Post-Op
  • Incorporating CBCT Data Into Smile Design
  • Resident Case Presentations

Session 6: Marketing and Practice Management for the BioRejuvenation Office

  • Interdisciplinary Care and Maintenance of the BioRejuvenation Case
  • Maintenance of the BioRejuvenation Case
  • Dealing with the Difficult BioRejuvenation Case
  • Systems and Policy for the BioRejuvenation Case
  • Patient Communication and Case Presentation
  • Setting Your Practice Apart – “You Now Know It – So Grow It!”
  • Residents Final Case Presentations

Empowering and Improving The Lives Of Dentists