October 1928
Journal of Dental Research;Oct1928, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p603
Academic Journal
The article discusses the impact that non-occlusion can have on periodontal disease. A description of how non-occlusion can impact that way in which people bite and on the damage that can be done on a person's teeth and muscles is provided. Steps that can be taken in the treatment of non-occlusions are discussed.


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