CIRUGIA CARDIOVASCULAR    
Español | English
ISSN: 0210-0576 
e-ISSN: 1698-7624 
 
Subscribers area
Home Editorial Board Journal Contents Subscriptions Contact Us Authors Instructions
     
   
<<< back |
Original Article

Stable condylar position: does it exist?, and is it important?

2006, Volumen 36, Número 2
María Luisa Ramírez de Arellano, José Manuel Torres, Teresa Rodríguez
Doctora en Medicina y Cirugía. Licenciada en Estomatología. Posgrado de Ortodoncia en la Fundación Jiménez Díaz de Madrid. Ortodoncista de práctica exclusiva. Madrid. Ex Educational Faculty of Roth Williams Center for Functional Occlusion en San Francisco. EE.UU.
 

This paper explores these common and problematic questions for dentistry and orthodontics: – Does ideal condylar position exist? – What is a stable condylar position? – What are the signs and symptoms of an unstable condylar position? – What is the importance of a stable condylar position during orthodontic treatment? – What is the relationship between orthodontics, occlusion, and the temporomandibular joint?  (Rev Esp Ortod. 2006;36(2):081-104)

 
 
Key words:
Stable condylar position (SCP). Unstable condylar position. Centric relation (CR). Temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Temporomandibular disorders. Orthodontic treatment. Orthognatic surgery.
 
[Buy article]
 
 
     
Mallorca, 310 - 08037 Barcelona - Spain
Phone: +34 93 207 59 20
Fax: +34 93 457 66 42
  © Permanyer Publications | Made & Powered by IMMA PUIG | Privacy Policy | Legal notice