Surface Wear and Occlusal Stability of Oral Orthotic Devices: An in vitro Comparison Study of Different Occlusal Combinations.Ali, Ghada.
Abstract: Background: Oral orthotic appliances have been used for decades for the treatment of different temporomandibular disorders (TMDs). These appliances function by creating balanced occlusion that reduces the effects of clenching and grinding. However, surface wear of these appliances may affect the occlusal balance created at the time of the initial treatment initiation and subsequently may... read more
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