Detection of Occlusal Dysfunction – Dental Hygienist’s Role

Demonstrates how a hygienist can detect wear facets, tooth mobility, and oral habits that might cause occlusal dysfunction. Orig. air date: JAN 31 73 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at: open.umich.edu

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6 Responses to “Detection of Occlusal Dysfunction – Dental Hygienist’s Role”

  1. Marcus Daniel Vieira Machado on January 31st, 2013 at 4:28 am

    This video is to old. These times they didn’t worry about biosecurity as nowdays…

  2. i thought this is a dental Hygienist and since she looking for dental hygeine she should have examination gloves on?! so where are the gloves!? i got to say that wereing gloves is so not hygienic!

  3. I wish this were a lesbian porn scene

  4. NO GLOVES

  5. that bitch is nasty

  6. omg no gloves… omg , this is hard to watch because she has no gloves!!! omggg