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Lingualized Occlusion에 관한 연구

A Study on the lingualized Occlusion

구강생물학연구 1988년 12권 1호 p.181 ~ 190
정재헌, 김정희, 최명식,
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정재헌 ( Chung Chae-Heon ) - 조선대학교 치과대학 치과보철학교실
김정희 ( Kim Jeong-Hee ) - 조선대학교 치과대학 보철학교실
최명식 ( Choi Myung-Sik ) - 조선대학교 치과대학 보철학교실

Abstract


It is impossible to create a purely static and stable artificial occlusion, because the supporting structures are constantly changing. Artificial occlusion must make accommodation for this.
There are numerous concepts, techniques, and philosophies concerning complete denture occlusion. Some dentists believe there should be cusps on the teeth and that they must be in complete harmony with the dynamics of mandibular function. Other dentists think that the teeth should not have cusps because they create forces that are difficult to control.
Lingualized occlusion is an attempt to maintain the esthetic and food-penetr4tioil advantages of the anatomic form while maintaining the mechanical freedom of the nonanatomic form. The most important of this occlusion is their ability to better adapt to different occlusal relationships that result from the gradual, but inevitable, reduction in the height of the supporting ridge. The lingualized concept utilizes anatomic teeth for the maxillary denture and modified nonanatomic or semianatomic teeth for the mandibular denture.

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