Proper Bite Occlusion?

Answer Proper bite occlusion refers to the proper fitting together of the teeth in the upper and lower jaws when the jaws are closed. If the jaws do not naturally fit together properly, the muscles of the... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Proper Bite Occlusion

Dental Occlusion Types?

Occlusion refers to how your teeth come together both at rest and when you are chewing. Only about 1 percent of the population has perfect dental occlusion, reports Homestead Schools. Problems with... Read More »

What Are the Causes of Bad Occlusion?

Occlusion in dentistry refers to the relationship between the upper and lower teeth when the jaw is closed and their surfaces come in contact. Bad occlusion is the result of incorrect meeting of th... Read More »

Is sport good for artery occlusion?

You Leave red meat altogether, you start up slowly by walking, cut weight. This will help, just don't rush in soccer. Build your stamina first OK, don't rush in. This will help in preventing artery... Read More »

Uhh... I got bite (spider bite) on my private spot and i would like to know if it's poisonis?

Probably not. Depends where you live. If you're in the UK, then there are no poisonous spiders that just roam around (except for some very few, rare times). It is much more likely that it is red ju... Read More »