¬†Articulators are used to accurately reproduce the patient’s jaw movements and occlusal relationships outside of the mouth, allowing dental professionals to evaluate and manipulate dental models in a controlled manner.

Dental professionals use articulators to perform various tasks, such as:

  • Evaluating occlusion and articulation of dental restorations.
  • Fabricating crowns, bridges, dentures, and orthodontic appliances.
  • Adjusting occlusion and making occlusal adjustments.
  • Conducting occlusal analysis and treatment planning.

Overall, articulators are indispensable tools in dentistry that enable dental professionals to achieve accurate and predictable treatment outcomes by replicating and analyzing the patient’s occlusal relationships and jaw movements in a controlled environment.

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