Are there gaps in your skills that you need to fulfill to become a competant dental practitioner? The clinical aspects of occlusion and dysfunction will be discussed in more detail. It is necessary to discuss areas such as occlusal anatomy, occlusal guidance, occlusal contact relations, temporomandibular joints, neuromuscular physiology, mandibular positions and movements, as well as neurophysiology. One on One training gives you the opportunity to learn a complete skill set to perform any procedure with the utmost confidence and skill. Before your One-on-One training, we ask that you list your requested areas of focus.