anterior hyperfunction syndrome

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anterior hyperfunction syndrome

characteristic features that occur when an edentulous maxilla is opposed by natural mandibular teeth. These include loss of bone from the anterior portion of the maxillary alveolar ridge, overgrowth of the tuberosities, papillary hyperplasia of the mucosa of the hard palate, and extrusion of the mandibular teeth.
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Combination syndrome in relation to inadequate dentures
Assessment of the prevalence index on signs of combination syndrome in patient treated at Bauru School of Dentistry University of Sao Paulo.
2003.Various Clinical situations and their influence on linear occlusion in treating Combination Syndrome: A discussion of treatment option.
Modalities of treatment for the combination syndrome. J Prosthod 4: 76-81.
Prevalence of the combination syndrome among denture patient.
This article re- views one such problem known as Combination Syndrome. The treatment method described involves using a fixed mandibular prosthesis over implants that have been placed immediately after extraction.
Kelly first described Combination Syndrome in 1972 as destructive changes in hard and soft tissues of patients with complete maxil- lary denture opposing an unstable bilateral free-end mandibular partial denture.1, 2 In different words, Combination Syndrome is a description of a dental condition that is the result of long term use of a few, usually6 remaining lower anterior teeth, #22-27 and a complete upper denture with no other natural remaining teeth and a lower free end Kennedy class I removable partial denture.
Combination Syndrome is an aggressive occlusal problem that slowly develops over time.
This case study deals with treatment of Combination Syndrome. Understanding the cause can assist the practitioner in preventing further residual ridge deterioration.
The assessment of the risk of developing the combination syndrome depends on past dental history, the condition of the remaining mandibular anterior teeth, and posterior lack of occlusal support.
On intra oral examination the salient features of combination syndrome were observed.
Among the cases are combination syndrome, a fractured central incisor, full mouth rehabilitation with implant supported prostheses, and oral manifestations of methamphetamine abuse.