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Prosthetic rehabilitation for a patient with CO-MI discrepancy
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Prosthetic rehabilitation for a patient with CO-MI discrepancy
Choo, Seung-Sik; Heo, Yoon-Hyuk; Cho, Lee-Ra; Park, Chan-Jin;
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Centric occlusion-maximum intercuspation (CO-MI) discrepancy is one of main causes of evoking premature contact and resultant mandibular shift. These non-physiological conditions can induce temporomandibular disease, periodontitis, and non-carious cervical lesion. Therefore, if CO-MI discrepancy exists in patients who need extensive prosthetic rehabilitation, it must be corrected and then physiological occlusion must be restored. This report describes the treatment procedure of removing CO-MI discrepancy and prosthetic rehabilitation in a patient with 3.5 mm discrepancy, multiple caries and periodontitis. Proper mandibular position and modified opening & closing movement were confirmed by ARCUSdigma II and transcranial radiograph.
centric relation;maximum intercuspal position;centric slide;prosthetic rehabilitation;
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