Tues 21st September 2021 @7pm

Understanding your NHS Pension and Benefits
Join Michael Copeland and Wilf Moralee
Sponsored by Wesleyan


Wed 22nd September 2021 @7pm

The latest breakthrough in 3M technology - 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Plus adhesive and 3M™ RelyX™ Universal resin cement
Dr John Rafelt
Sponsored by 3M


Thurs 30th September 2021 @7pm

The Power, Art, Synergy and Simplicity of Digital Dentistry
Dr Rob Chaffe and Steve Campbell
Sponsored by Align


Tues 5th October 2021 @7pm

A team approach to periodontal management – together we achieve more!
Helen Minnery
Sponsored by Waterpik


Article: Volume 48 Number 2 Page 164 - February 2021

  Dent Update 2021; 48: 164-165  Read article

Technique Tips:  The Check Record

Feedback:  0 comments, 0 ratings


Abstract: The check record is a simple technique used at the delivery stage of complete dentures that verifies the occlusion.1 It is an effective technique that requires the use of a pre-occlusal record on the arc of closure to allow the clinician and technician to identify occlusal errors and correct them.2 This article highlights the steps required as part of this method and summarizes the relative advantages and disadvantages of this clinical technique.

Author notes: Nimit J Patel, BDS (Hons), MFDS, RCPS(Glas), PGCert(DentEd), DCT3 Restorative Dentistry, Birmingham Dental Hospital and A Damien Walmsley, PhD, MSc, BDS, FDS RCPS, Director of Internationalization, Professor and Head of Teaching Unit of Prosthetic Dentistry, Birmingham Dental Hospital. email: nimit.patel@nhs.net