A method for identifying the vertical dimension of occlusion and centric relation in patients requiring dental rehabilitation is described. The technique relies on designing and fabricating a custom variant of the gothic arch tracer based on intraoral scans and its application following the principles of neuromuscular balance of the stomatognathic system.
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