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2013 | Vol. 15, nr 1 | 19--26
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Axiographic and clinical assessment of temporomandibular joint function in patients with partial edentulism

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The aim of this study was to axiographically analyse the mobility of the condyles of the temporomandibular joints in patients with partial edentulism in lateral sections and try to specify whether the partial edentulism has an impact on the severity of temporomandibular disorders. 60 subjects with partial edentulism (different range groups) and 20 subjects in the control group (full dental arches) were examined. Every patient underwent a thorough clinical examination, including axiography conducted by means of Cadiax Compact II® system. The results show some correlation between the advancement of temporomandibular joint disorder, the range of partial edentulism and the abrasion of the residual teeth. In the study, a significant intensification of dysfunction symptoms and restricted condylar path was observed in patients with the largest partial edentulism and significant level of tooth wear of the residual teeth. A significantly higher percentage of asymptomatic subjects or those with minor dysfunction was also found among the patients with lowest-range partial edentulism in lateral sections.

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  • Department of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction and Orthodontics, Medical University of Silesia, Zabrze, Poland
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