Why Focus on Biofunctional Disorders?

Dr. Jason C. Campbell recognized the need for advanced restorative dental care while running his general dentistry practice in Prescott, Arizona. Many patients came to him with dento-medical issues, often after being referred from other dentists. The need for complex diagnosis and treatment led to the founding of Advanced Prosthetics... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Advanced Prosthetics Institute, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and... Read more »

The Role of Occlusal Disease in Biofunctional Disorders

When a patient’s bite is not well-aligned, the ramifications can extend beyond an unattractive smile and a few years of orthodontic care. The poor distribution of bite force places improper stress on the teeth and jaw muscles, and this can play into conditions of dental pain, acidic oral environments and... Read more »

Demystifying Complex Dental Care

There are many individuals in your community who are not receiving the care they need from their dental health care providers. Too often, this boils down to a simple lack of comprehension of the complex biofunctional conditions that underlie routine cases of tooth decay and tooth wear. Dr. Jason C.... Read more »

Establishing a System-Based Care Approach

As a dental professional, do you find yourself in a rut of reacting to patients’ dental issues rather than pinpointing the source and preventing harmful conditions from occurring? At Advanced Prosthetics Institute, Dr. Jason C. Campbell and our faculty can help you establish a system-based care approach to reverse issues... Read more »

The Benefits of Biofunctional Education

Biofunction is a philosophy of dental practice that seeks to comprehend and treat the relationship between issues in the jaw and bite and damaging dental environments such as acid and inflammation. If you are considering incorporating biofunction into the scope of your practice, we invite you to review the many... Read more »

A Brief Outline of API’s Biofunction Course

The Advanced Prosthetics Institute (API) is pleased to welcome the dental community to attend our upcoming biofunction program. Biofunction focuses on amending the damaging medley of poor jaw biomechanics, bite issues, and oral inflammation and acids. When combined, these issues can result in severe dental issues such as TMJD, extensive... Read more »

Is Your Dental Care Backed By Advanced Dental Technology?

As a dental professional, you are no doubt familiar with the vast difference early detection can make in treating a dental cavity, cracked tooth, or periodontal disease. The same concept applies to the tools you use to numb your patients’ mouths, create incisions, remove unhealthy dental structures, and so forth.... Read more »

Teaching the Role of Gum Inflammation in Cardiovascular Disease

Numerous studies performed on the relationship between dental and systemic health have linked periodontal disease to health conditions such as cardiovascular. In fact, not only is periodontal disease linked to cardiovascular disease, it is an independent risk factor. To help patients improve both their dental and general health, Dr. Jason... Read more »

The Why and How of the Advanced Prosthetics Institute

As a prosthodontist serving in Prescott, Arizona, Dr. Jason C. Campbell directed his techniques toward preventive care, striving to treat the many complex issues presented by patients at the source. At the same time, he was receiving several referrals from neighboring dentists who were ill-equipped to treat these complicated conditions.... Read more »