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Digital technology is broadly used in almost every part of medicine. As tools of digital technology, augmented reality and virtual reality have been adopted in all disciplines of dentistry and dental education. In particular, virtual articulators have allowed for a full analysis of occlusion with dental models that can simulate all mandibular movements in static and dynamic positions. When combined with additional software, virtual articulators can also enhance education and practice, allow fordoi:10.52142/omujecm.38.si.dent.9 fatcat:uoy7lrm2rjevrhf2xfwx4ao3fe