Occlusion. The Role and Importance of Interferences

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 This page aims to explain the role of Interferences in occlusion.
 It discusses their effect on the TMJs, and on the teeth that are interfering.
 It offers guidelines on how to avoid creating interferences, and what to do when an existing interference is diagnosed.

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