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International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences

2020, Vol. 6 Issue 3, Part E

Vertical relation and implication of reduced vertical dimension of occlusion on body

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Swapnita Vaity, Dr. Omkar Shetty, Dr. Gaurang Mistry and Dr. Gayatri Suvarna
ABSTRACT:The various parameters of maxillomandibular relation are orientation relation, centric relation and vertical relation. Of these, the vertical relation of occlusion has been modified since a long time. Parafunctional habits can lead to generalized attrition, abrasion and loss of molar support and teeth and thereby altering the vertical dimension. Till today the debate about alteration of vertical dimension of occlusion remains. Following is a review on implication of reduced vertical dimension of occlusion on body.
Pages: 330-333  |  41 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Swapnita Vaity, Dr. Omkar Shetty, Dr. Gaurang Mistry and Dr. Gayatri Suvarna. Vertical relation and implication of reduced vertical dimension of occlusion on body. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2020; 6(3): 330-333.
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