Occlusal - Brand Name

Known as: occlusal 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
Review
2015
The purpose of this review was to present a comprehensive review of the scientific evidence available in the literature regarding… (More)
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2000
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2000
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM A consensus is lacking on the association between occlusal variables and temporomandibular disorders (TMDs… (More)
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2000
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2000
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to observe, after removing occlusal trauma and conducting plaque control, possible… (More)
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1999
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1999
It has been difficult for investigators to simultaneously and reliably evaluate bite force in the intercuspal position with the… (More)
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1998
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1998
The aims of the present study were to investigate the ability of 3 experienced clinicians to detect occlusal carious lesions… (More)
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1997
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1997
Breakdown of bone around oral implants following occlusal overload or plaque accumulation was evaluated in monkeys. 5 screw-type… (More)
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1996
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1996
The breakdown of bone around oral implants following excessive occlusal load or plaque accumulation was evaluated in monkeys. 5… (More)
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1993
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1993
A multiple logistic regression analysis was used to compute the odds ratios for 11 common occlusal features for asymptomatic… (More)
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1983
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1983
I n his classic article D’Amico’ states: “When the canines are in normal interlocking position, the lateral and forward movement… (More)
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1981
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1981
Forces during the phase of occlusal contact during chewing and swallowing are surprisingly high (36.2% and 41%), about 40% of the… (More)
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