A review of the literature on the causal relationship between occlusal factors (OF) and temporomandibular disorders (TMD) III: experimental studies with artificial occlusal interferences (OI)

Authors

  • Rodolfo Acosta-Ortiz Nova Southeastern University
  • Nelson Roura-Lugo Universidad de Puerto Rico

Keywords:

Occlusion, Temporomandibular disorders, Etiology, Occlusal factors, Temporomandibular joint, Experimental studies, Occlusal interferences, Experimental interferences, Artifical interferences

Abstract


Introduction: this is the third of these series of articles that have as purpose to present a literature review about the causal relationship between the occlusal factors (OF) and temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Methods: this article presents and analyzes experimental studies in which occlusal interferences (OI) were used according to parameters recommended by Mohl. Results and conclusions: the analysis reported in this article did not support any OF as causal in the development of TMD. Although there was an association of some of the OI with the development of signs and symptoms of TMD, this was, in the best of the cases, transitory. Additionally, methodological aspects such as the short follow-up time, lack of control groups in most of the studies, made the information found questionable.

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Author Biography

Rodolfo Acosta-Ortiz, Nova Southeastern University

 

Published

2009-09-21

How to Cite

Acosta-Ortiz, R., & Roura-Lugo, N. (2009). A review of the literature on the causal relationship between occlusal factors (OF) and temporomandibular disorders (TMD) III: experimental studies with artificial occlusal interferences (OI). Revista Facultad De Odontología Universidad De Antioquia, 20(1), 87–96. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/odont/article/view/2372

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