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The Relationship of Missing Teeth with Alterations of Head of Condyle as Early Detection in TMD

The Relationship of Missing Teeth with Alterations of Head of Condyle as Early Detection in TMD

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Objectives: Temporomandinular Joint (TMJ) is a very complex joint which its radiographic identification process is needed as basic diagnosis for treatment of patient. Maloclussion of teeth can cause Temporomandinular Joint Dysfunction.
Method: By using survey descriptive with cross sectional method performed in 170 samples. This research was made by seeing the relationship between the number of missing teeth quantitatively and the alteration of shape and size of the head of condyle, the difference of head condyle and the asymmetry of the vertical height in mandible using panoramic radiographic.
Result: Based on statistic result from Pearson test, it is significance (P Conclusion: The assymetry width of condyle and vertical height of mandible were not influenced by the number of missing teeth.
Objectives: Temporomandinular Joint (TMJ) is a very complex joint which its radiographic identification process is needed as basic diagnosis for treatment of patient. Maloclussion of teeth can cause Temporomandinular Joint Dysfunction.
Method: By using survey descriptive with cross sectional method performed in 170 samples. This research was made by seeing the relationship between the number of missing teeth quantitatively and the alteration of shape and size of the head of condyle, the difference of head condyle and the asymmetry of the vertical height in mandible using panoramic radiographic.
Result: Based on statistic result from Pearson test, it is significance (P Conclusion: The assymetry width of condyle and vertical height of mandible were not influenced by the number of missing teeth.

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Published by: Billy Sam on Nov 16, 2011
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