Dr Kim Parlett received his DDS degree in 1979 from the University of Toronto, and a Masters degree in Dental Science from Donau University, Austria, in 2004. He has lectured to study clubs and scientific meetings in Canada and the United States on occlusion and TMD.  He was a research associate at Eastman Dental Centre and published on MRI and Jaw tracking for the Diagnosis of Temperomandibular Joint problems. He has maintained a successful dental practice in Bracebridge, Ontario for 35 years with emphasis on functional rehabilitation of patients with occlusal and TMD related disorders.  He is a founding member of an International dental academy ,  a past president of the International Dental Study Club, member of the American Equilibration Society and past president of the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. Currently he is part of the teaching faculty for the Vienna School of Interdisciplinary Dentistry and lectures in Europe and Asia.