Dental appliances with inadequate occlusal coverage: a case report.

Abstract:

:A case is presented which illustrates the occlusal problems that can develop when a dental appliance such as a temporomandibular splint with incomplete occlusal cover is worn for a reasonable length of time. As in this case, the selective over-eruption of posterior teeth not incorporated in the appliance can lead to the development of an anterior open bite and an increased overjet. A simple orthodontic method to correct the iatrogenic malocclusion through the re-intrusion of the over-erupted teeth is shown and the importance of providing long-term dental appliances with full occlusal contact is discussed.

journal_name

Br Dent J

journal_title

British dental journal

authors

Chate RA,Falconer DT

doi

10.1038/sj.bdj.2011.46

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-02-12 00:00:00

pages

109-10

issue

3

eissn

0007-0610

issn

1476-5373

pii

sj.bdj.2011.46

journal_volume

210

pub_type

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