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  • 19. Selective Grinding Pocket Dentistry

    S ELECTIVE GRINDING IS A PROCEDURE by which the occlusal surfaces of the teeth are precisely altered to improve the overall contact pattern. Tooth structure is selectively removed until the reshaped teeth make contact in such a manner as to fulfill the treatment goals. Since this procedure is irreversible and involves the removal of tooth structure, it is of limited usefulness. Therefore proper

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  • INDIAN DENTAL ACADEMY: SELECTIVE GRINDING IN

    Teeth are altered by selective grinding to make simultaneous cusp tip to cusp tip contact on both sides of the arch when the jaws are in left or a right lateral position, balanced occlusion in a static eccentric position exists. When the mandible is in a straight protruded relation with the maxilla and the posterior teeth are altered to make cusp contacts at the same time to anterior teeth make incisal

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  • Teeth grinding (bruxism) NHS

    Teeth grinding is most often caused by stress or anxiety and many people are not aware they do it. It often happens during sleep. Medicines. Teeth grinding can sometimes be a side effect of taking certain types of medicine. In particular, teeth grinding is sometimes linked to a type of antidepressant known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI).

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  • Teeth grinding (bruxism) NHS

    Teeth grinding is most often caused by stress or anxiety and many people are not aware they do it. It often happens during sleep. Medicines. Teeth grinding can sometimes be a side effect of taking certain types of medicine. In particular, teeth grinding is sometimes linked to a type of antidepressant known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI).

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  • [Selective grinding of the teeth].

    1. Stomatologiia (Mosk). 1984 Mar-Apr;63(2):86-7. [Selective grinding of the teeth]. [Article in Russian] Dragobetskiĭ MK. PMID: 6587644 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE]

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  • Teeth Grinding (Bruxism): Causes and Treatments

    The problem of teeth grinding is not limited to adults. Approximately 15% to 33% of children grind their teeth. Children who grind their teeth tend to do so at two peak times -- when their baby...

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  • Occlusal Adjustment an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Occlusal adjustment, also referred to as occlusal equilibration, involves selective grinding of tooth surfaces with the goal of improving tooth contact patterns and the associated masticatory muscle response. The treatment can be an adjunctive therapy used to alleviate symptoms of temporomandibular dysfunction or, more commonly, to complement comprehensive prosthodontic reconstruction.

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  • [Abrasion and selective grinding of teeth].

    1. Zobozdrav Vestn. 1985 Summer;40(1-5):74-9. [Abrasion and selective grinding of teeth]. [Article in Croatian] Müller J. PMID: 3862307 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE]

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  • The selective grinding rule for removing premature

    The selective grinding rule for removing premature contacts on the working side of complete dentures is to grind A. only the fossae of teeth. B. the buccal cusps of maxillary and lingual cusps of mandibular teeth. C. only the mandibular teeth. D. lingual and buccal cusps of maxillary teeth. E. the maxillary and mandibular cuspids.

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  • Occlusion Laboratory Video Guides Video 9 Selective

    20.02.2013· Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

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  • Bruxism Wikipedia

    Bruxism is excessive teeth grinding or jaw clenching. It is an oral parafunctional activity; i.e., it is unrelated to normal function such as eating or talking. Bruxism is a common behavior; reports of prevalence range from 8% to 31% in the general population.

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  • Occlusal adjustment by selective grinding and nse of an

    When selective grinding is used to obtain occlusal equilibrium, skill in prognosticating desirable mor-phofunctional results (occlusal contact relationships and occlusal activity related to the lesion') is necessary because the goals and procedures are frequently dif-ficult: 1. Moving the mandible laterally {because of a lack of neuromtiscular relaxation) 2. Neuromuscular relaxation in the

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  • The selective grinding rule for removing premature

    The selective grinding rule for removing premature contacts on the working side of complete dentures is to grind the maxillary and mandibular cuspids. lingual and buccal cusps of maxillary teeth only the mandibular teeth. only the fossae of teeth. the buccal cusps of maxillary and lingual cusps of mandibular teeth. 0 explanations . Explanations are useful to guide through learning process and

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