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Concepts of occlusion: Australian evidence.

Longitudinal studies of aboriginal children over a 20-year period have drawn attention to the wide variation in morphological features of the dentition and the way in which occlusal relationships develop. This paper summarizes some important determinants of optimal occlusal development, namely, tooth size relationships within and between dentitions, the patterns of alveolar growth, and tooth migrations during the transition from primary to permanent teeth and the nature of growth changes in the dental arches. Dental occlusion constantly changes throughout life in response to changing functional requirements. Observations limited to cross-sectional material provide an incomplete, and sometimes misleading, concept of dental occlusion and masticatory function.[1]


  1. Concepts of occlusion: Australian evidence. Brown, T., Townsend, G.C., Richards, L.C., Burgess, V.B. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. (1990) [Pubmed]
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