Association of tightly locked occlusion with temporomandibular disorders.

Abstract

The association between teeth loss and temporomandibular disorders (TMD) is still inconclusive. A kind of secondary changes of the occlusion after teeth lose called the tightly locked occlusion (TLO), defined as the occluding contact that delivers angled occlusal force on the drifted neighbour and/or the tipped antagonists of the lost posterior teeth, was… (More)

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@article{Wang2007AssociationOT, title={Association of tightly locked occlusion with temporomandibular disorders.}, author={Meiqing Wang and H. H. Cao and F-R Liu and C Chen and G Li}, journal={Journal of oral rehabilitation}, year={2007}, volume={34 3}, pages={169-73} }