Romanian Journal of Medical and Dental Education Volum 9 Issue 1, 2020 BIOMECHANICAL RESEARCHES REGARDING THE OPTIMISATION OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT ENDOPROSTHESIS IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLICATIONS OF PROSTHETICAL APPROACH REHABILITATION AND SDSS (DISFUNCTIONAL SYNDROME OF STOMATOGNATHIC SYSTEM) TREATMENT – LITERATURE REVIEW-

BIOMECHANICAL RESEARCHES REGARDING THE OPTIMISATION OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT ENDOPROSTHESIS IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLICATIONS OF PROSTHETICAL APPROACH REHABILITATION AND SDSS (DISFUNCTIONAL SYNDROME OF STOMATOGNATHIC SYSTEM) TREATMENT – LITERATURE REVIEW-

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Ioana  Rudnic, Yulka Deccoli, Ovidiu  Stamatin, Laura Elisabeta  Checherita

ABSTRACT

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) reconstruction may be required, in complex cases, in which coexist TMJ complex disorders, with mandibular or zygomatic arch defects. The reconstructive TMJ  options include autogenous tissue, alloplastic material, or combinations of these. The prosthetic components were designed to restore  major defects   in the zygomatic arch and the mandibular ramus and body. Development of new alloplastic implants, that provide, long-term rigid fixation by the process of osseointegration has led to a renewed interest in the application of mandibular plates for the TMJ rehabilitation of patients with these complex  type of  dysfunction .

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