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Occlusion review

Dental anatomy Occlusion review

What is Occlusion the contact relationship between the maxillary and mandibular teeth when the jaws are in a fully closed position, as well as the relationship between the teeth in the same arch
what are the factors related to occlusion The associated musculature, neuromuscular pattern, TMJ joint functioning
what does occlusal trauma mean stress or trauma to the periodontium
what is periodontium supporting hard and soft dental tissues between & including portions of the tooth & alveolar bone
Is there an ideal occlusion yes it is called normal occlusion and it is rear, however, it does happen. When the closure of 32 teeth result in an optimum of 138 contacts
Created by: mel10ice