Dr. Cook’s passion for helping people who brux or clench their teeth goes back to his first patients in dental school. Much of his continuing education and the organizations he belongs to continue his studies and teachings of those who clench and grind their teeth.
The knowledge gained during his education and in his years in practice has given him the ability to identify many common characteristics useful when diagnosing occlusions. Particularly, planning strategies for addressing the situation, as well as, addressing common problems patients often encounter while trying to regain lasting and appropriate health, comfort and aesthetics.
Good Bites Gone Bad Presentation
Dr. Cook’s Good Bites Gone Bad (GBGB) presentations highlight the areas of diagnosing and treating problem occlusions that are breaking down under the damaging forces of bruxism and clenching disorders.
His presentations can be tailored to meet the needs and preferences of any group, and can span a day and a half as a full lecture, 1-2 hours for specific topic discussions, or offered as a two-day, hands-on training program focused on the arts and crafts of the Tanner appliance.