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Occlusal surface layer of left first lower molar tooth

Known as: Occlusal surface of left lower first molar tooth, Occlusal surface layer of tooth 19, Occlusal surface layer of left mandibular first molar tooth 
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2020
2020
**Objective**: The efficacy of splint therapy remains a controversial topic. Some studies show occlusal appliances can reduce TMD… 
2019
2019
Abstract Introduction: The use of oral appliances to enhance sports performance has been advocated by some authors, however… 
2018
2018
Abstract Limonta, E, Arienti, C, Rampichini, S, Venturelli, M, Cè, E, Veicsteinas, A, and Esposito, F. Effects of two different… 
Review
2001
Review
2001
Dent 1996;24:185-201. 10. Horton PS, Sippy FH, Kerber PE, Paule CL. Analysis of interpretation of fu ll -mouth and panoramic… 
2000
2000
Occlusal splints (Michigan splints, night/bite guards or bite-raising appliances) can be an effective, inexpensive and reversible… 
1973
1973
  • D. Wilson
  • Journal - Tennessee State Dental Association
  • 1973
  • Corpus ID: 8848325
Occlusal equilibration is the mechanical adjustment of your teeth, dentures, fillings, or other appliances to a position which… 
1958
1958
  • M. Simring
  • Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 1958
  • Corpus ID: 37072981