PRODUCING SPECIALLY DESIGNED DENTURES IN PATIENTS WITH CONDITIONS OF OCCLUSAL PARAFUNCTIONS

Authors

  • Budima Pejkovska Shahpaska
  • Biljana Kapusevska 2. Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, at the University St. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, Head of Department at Fixed Prosthetics at the PHO University Dental Clinic St. Pantelejmon, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia,

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24297/jab.v10i1.6002

Keywords:

Occlusal parafunctions, bruxism, partial edentulousness, specially designed dentures

Abstract

The occlusal parafunctions do not belong to the group of physiological functions such as speech, breathing, chewing and swallowing. The parafunction associated with clenching of the teeth is known as bruxism. In this state as therapeutic measurments success can be achieved using specially designed dentures.

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Published

2017-04-13

How to Cite

Shahpaska, B. P., & Kapusevska, B. (2017). PRODUCING SPECIALLY DESIGNED DENTURES IN PATIENTS WITH CONDITIONS OF OCCLUSAL PARAFUNCTIONS. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOLOGY, 10(1), 2044-2049. https://doi.org/10.24297/jab.v10i1.6002

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