Abstract Canine guided occlusion is a mutually protected occlusion where the vertical and horizontal overlap of canine causes disengages posterior teeth in lateral movement of mandible. (J PROSTHET DENT 1990;64:479-82.) ANTERIOR DISCLUSION (CANINE DISCLUSION) AND GROUP FUNCTION. (2) Canine guidance and group-function guidance occlusions are considered normal; the latter occurs naturally due to occlusal wear. Bilateral canine guidance – 2.3 percent; ... easier to adjust lateral movements of the canine as opposed to multiple teeth in the quadrant to create and optimize a group function concept with occlusal contacts present in eccentric movements either unilaterally or bilaterally. Whereas canine protected articulation is defined by the glossary as a form of mutually protected articulation in which the vertical and horizontal overlap of the canine teeth disengages the posterior teeth in the excursive movements of the mandible. The establishment of canine guidance is aimed in Uploaded By namedflower. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s there was considerable controversy concerning the best eccentric occlusal scheme for a fixed prosthodontic oral rehabilitation. (2) Canine guidance and group-function guidance occlusions are considered normal; the latter occurs naturally due to occlusal wear. Key Study Factor. Canine guidance is a feature where your canines ensure that the back teeth don't contact when the jaw is slid to the side. Mutually protected occlusion with lateral canine guidance. This is important because the back teeth are good at taking longitudinal forces, but they are not built to take off-center forces. - Centric relation coincident with maximum intercuspation (intercuspal position). If you have canine guidance, then you have anterior guidance as well and therefore a very good protective case of dynamic occlusion! You want to have canine or group function (below) in order to have a good bite. Canine is an implant ( this is a maybe depending on the occlusal risk and the steepness of the guidance, also the implant dynamics). Group 2 studies evaluated the impact of restored occlusion on longevity, patient comfort, and pathologic consequences. There is an existing healthy limited group function. Group function Making contact with more than one tooth when you move your jaw in a sideways motion. The patient prefers is from a sensory perspective. Group Function Occlusion: Horizontal pressures during lateral movements are distributed to one half of the arch from central incisor through molar on the working side. Canine is compromised from endodontic, restorative or periodontal issues. Group function occlusion is based on multiple contacts between the maxillary and mandibular teeth in lateral movements on the working side. Both canine guidance and group-function guidance occlusions are considered normal. The impact of lateral occlusal scheme with canine-guided occlusion or group function occlusion on EMG activity, patient comfort, and prosthesis longevity were the key factors sought. The canine has a favorable crown/root 3. The root of canine is larger than the roots of the adja - Anterior guidance is essential to a harmonious functional relationship in the natural dentition and is crit- ical to a functional occlusion. It has been seen that the canines are the last teeth in the dentition to be lost 4. Where anterior guidance must be reestablished or where it changes, there currently appear to be more authorities who favor canine guidance over group function. This is a key point. (3) When an entire occlusion is to be restored, either occlusal scheme will serve adequately. Canine-Guided Occlusion Simplified Syed Zoheb Ali1, Jasmina Tabeen Bhat2 ... Group function is an alternative used in cases of ante- ... guidance 2. 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