occlusal imbalance

oc·clu·sal im·bal·ance

an inharmonious relationship between the teeth of the maxilla and mandible during closing or functional movements of the jaw.

oc·clu·sal im·bal·ance

(ŏ-klū'zăl im-bal'ăns)
An inharmonious relationship between the teeth of the maxilla and mandible during closing or functional movements of the jaw.

oc·clu·sal im·bal·ance

(ŏ-klū'zăl im-bal'ăns)
Inharmonious relationship between the teeth of the maxilla and mandible during closing or functional movements of the jaw.
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a) Pain on eating in presence of occlusal imbalance is because of anterior or posterior prematurity, incisal locking, or lack of balanced articulation.