IMPROVEMENT OF THE DIAGNOSTICS EFFICIENCY OF OCCLUSAL DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONICAL PERIODONTITIS IN CASE OF DIFFERENT TYPE OF PARTIAL SECONDARY ADENTIA USING METHOD OF COMPUTER OCCLUSIOGRAPHY
The article presents the results of the study of occlu-sal disorders in patients with chronical periodontitis in case of different type of partial secondary adentia using method of computer occlusiography. Occlusiographic analysis showed that as progression of chronical perio-dontitis takes place, the teeth are missing and lack of occlusional contacts increasing occlusion on the frontal teeth group occurres. When the excess of adaptive-compensatory possibilities takes place it leads to trau-matic injury of periodontal tissues that can result in re-sorption of alveolar bone, the emergence or increasing mobility of teeth and their loss. The results of study showed that elimination of occlusion imbalance in pa-tients with mild and moderate chronical periodontitis and partial secondary adentia takes place already 6 months after complex treatment.
Keywords: computer occlusiography, malocclusion, chronical periodontitis, partial secondary adentia.
For citation: Kulikov G.V. Improvement the diagnos-tics efficiency of occlusal disorders in patients with chronical periodontitis in case of different type of partial secondary adentia using method of computer occlusiog-raphy. Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2019; 2 (87); 30—33.DOI: 10.35556/idr-2019-2(87)30-33.
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