OBI (The Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry)

Bioesthetic Dentistry is a method of rejuvenating the chewing system based on nature's optimal biologic model. Dr. Bob Lee, a dentist and biologist, discovered that about 5% of the population has no dental problems well into their advanced years.  When he studied what they had in common, he discovered principles that could be applied to anyone's mouth to restore function, comfort, and beauty.
The Principles of Bioesthetic Dentistry:
The lower jaw must be stable in the jaw socket. Without stability, teeth become worn and cracked, facial muscles tighten, jaws hurt and can cause headaches, neck and back pain.
The upper and lower front teeth must be properly aligned with each other to help guide the jaw into proper position.
The teeth must have proper form so that they fit together for chewing and function in harmony with a stable jaw joint that fits properly in its socket.