For many years, restorative dentists took protrusive bite records in order to find the angle of eminence of a patients skull. Now, as we collect data on an articulator system, whether they be digital or analog, we no longer have to take these protrusive bite records to find the patients angle of eminence. With this new trick, the modern restorative dentist can avoid the extra step of taking protrusive bite records and save time and effort, without sacrificing any accuracy of data.
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