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n premature tooth contact during oral cavity closure.
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Loss of teeth due to trauma was also 14%, while loss due to periodontal disease was 10%, followed by extractions for orthodontic reasons (3%) and extractions due to hyperocclusion (2%).
Patients were much more likely to have teeth extracted for failed endodontics, preprosthetic reasons, trauma, periodontal issues, orthodontics, and hyperocclusion if they were not enrolled in the HCR program.
Sporadic episodes of hemolysis occurring in different patients are frequently caused by a malfunctioning dialysis machine, hyperocclusion, or contamination with formaldehyde or another disinfectant toxin.