An EMG study on TMJ disorders

B Valentino, B Aldi, F Melito, T Valentino


span style="font-size: 12px; line-height: 14px" class="Apple-style-span"The Authors have described a clinical case involving a patient with a classical TMJ syndrome and a full range of typical symptoms, both dental and non-dental. The patient underwent a set of EMG tests before his occlusal plane was restored using a special material, immediately following reconstruction and, lastly, three months following the application of a prosthesis. The findings of these EMG tests have shown that the complex symptoms reported by the patient could be traced back to his occlusal plane. Once it was reconstructed, all the typical dental and non-dental symptoms of TMJ disorders subsided./span

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