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  1. Management of Temporomandibular Disorders and Occlusion - 7th Edition
  2. Etiological factors of temporomandibular joint disorders
  3. Jeffrey P Okeson
  4. Jeffrey P. Okeson

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Clear presentation of etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of TMJ disorders, simplifying a complex problem with Jeffrey P. Okeson From inside the book. With this book's conservative, cost-effective approach, you'll achieve your treatment goals while keeping the best interests of your patients in Jeffrey P. Okeson. Of Temporomandibular Disorders And Occlusion Free #ebook #full P. Okeson DMD Full Online, {Read|Download} ebook [E-BOOKS].

Clear descriptions and a new full-color design promote a complete understanding of normal, abnormal, and dysfunctional occlusal relationships and masticatory function and dysfunction. A recognized industry-standard, this book's conservative, cost-effective approach, helps you learn how to achieve treatment goals while keeping the best interests of your patients in mind. Globally recognize TMD expert author Jeff Okeson details the most current and effective solutions around. Evidence-Based Practice focus helps you to put the information and techniques in this book into practice to better the lives and relieve the suffering of your patients. Logical organization of content includes functional anatomy, etiology and identification of disturbances, treatment of disturbances, and occlusal therapy. Full-color design provides more vivid clinical photos and illustrations. Robust Art Program allows you to fully understand normal occlusion and masticatory function and learn to recognize and help manage abnormalities in these areas. Clinical Comment boxes give you critical thinking points and instructions on how to apply these to everyday clinical practice. Updated content includes NEW!

Management of Temporomandibular Disorders and Occlusion - 7th Edition

Evidence-Based Practice focus helps you to put the information and techniques in this book into practice to better the lives and relieve the suffering of your patients. Logical organization of content includes functional anatomy, etiology and identification of disturbances, treatment of disturbances, and occlusal therapy.

Full-color design provides more vivid clinical photos and illustrations.

Robust Art Program allows you to fully understand normal occlusion and masticatory function and learn to recognize and help manage abnormalities in these areas. Clinical Comment boxes give you critical thinking points and instructions on how to apply these to everyday clinical practice. Table of Contents 1.

Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Masticatory System 2. Functional Neuroanatomy and Physiology of the Masticatory System 3.

Alignment and Occlusion of the Dentition 4. Mechanics of Mandibular Movement 5. Criteria for Optimal Functional Occlusion 6. Etiology of Functional Disturbances in the Masticatory System 8.

Signs and Symptoms of Temporomandibular Disorders 9. The temporomandibular disorders are more common in females, the reason is not clearly known. The following article provides detailed information regarding temporomandibular joint disorders.

Etiological factors of temporomandibular joint disorders

The movement of the mandible needs coordination between them to maximize function and minimize the damage to surrounding structures. The articular disc between the condyle and the temporal bone serves to separate the structures into two separate joint cavities. In the inferior joint between the head of the mandibular condyle and the articular disc the movement is almost totally of a rotary or hinge type whereas in the superior joint between the temporal bone and the articular disc the movement is gliding or translatory.

Remnants of the cartilaginous upper jaw have been described in the human embryo and Meckel's cartilage is the well-known embryonic vestige of the lower jaw.

This dermal bone is one of the earliest bones to appear in the fetus.

It is evident from the numerous epidemiologic studies on the occurrence of temporomandibular disorders in the general population that there are a number of consistent findings. It is not clear why this is so since it is suspected that temporomandibular disorders affect both males and females in almost equal numbers in the general population. Severe problems are much more common among women in clinical populations, and the ratio between women and men who seeks treatment for TMJ disorder is In , James Costen[ 9 ] described a group of symptoms that were centered on the ear and temporomandibular joint.

In , Nogaard[ 10 ] used arthrographic techniques to demonstrate anterior displacement of the articular disk in clicking or popping temporomandibular joint. He attributed the features of pain, joint sounds and limited mandibular movement to multiple causes and provided experimental evidence for the concept of a psychophysiologic disorder. The symptoms are not always confined to the temporomandibular joint. The term craniomandibular disorders is used synonymously with the term temporomandibular disorders and is considered a major cause of nondental pain in the orofacial pain region.

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Bell[ 14 ] suggested the term temporomandibular disorders. The wide variety of terms used has contributed to the great amount of confusion that exists in this already complicated field.

Jeffrey P Okeson

Therefore, the American Dental Association has adopted the term temporomandibular disorders. Fascialarthromyalgia, mandibular dysfunction, myofascial pain, masticatory myalgia syndrome and primary myalgia affecting the masticatory musculature are also used synonymously. The successful management of temporomandibular disorders is dependent on identifying and controlling the contributing factors which include occlusal abnormalities, orthodontic treatment, bruxism and orthopedic instability, macrotrauma and microtrauma, factors like poor health and nutrition, joint laxity and exogenous estrogen.

The resulting analysis demonstrated that depression was significantly more common in the temporomandibular joint disorder group than in the control group.

Costen[ 9 ] concluded that overclosure was the cause of symptoms in temporomandibular disorders. Because of this reason he and other contemporary dentists adopted bite raising dental procedures as the treatment for temporomandibular disorder, which however failed to give expected relief to the patients. The role of occlusion in the development of temporomandibular joint disorders is controversial.

Today its role is widely considered as contributing by initiating, perpetuating or predisposing of temporomandibular joint disorders.

Jeffrey P. Okeson

In the perpetuating factors the following may be included: Behavioral factors grinding, clenching and abnormal head posture Social factors could effect perception and influence of learned response to pain Emotional factors depression and anxiety Cognitive factors negative thoughts and attitudes which can make resolution of the illness more difficult.

Predisposing factors are pathophysiologic, psychological or structural processes that alter the masticatory system sufficiently to increase the risk of development of temporomandibular disorders.

Pullinger, Seligman and Gornbein[ 19 ] applied multiple factor analysis, which indicated the low correlation of occlusion to temporomandibular disorders.

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