If the teeth are not distributed properly and their occlusal surfaces do not get close to each other properly, then occlusion problems may occur which may lead to temporo-mandibular articulation disorders, headache, vertigo, nervousness.
How do we get the
Right dental occlusion?
Correct dental occlusion is achieved when all teeth contact correctly between each other in both static and dynamic positions.
In order to solve the problems, the dentist has several treatment options at hand, but will choose the right one for each patient after performing a functional diagnosis.
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