ETIOLOGIA DE LAS. MALOCLUSIONES. • ETIOLOGIA: causas de las anomalías de la oclusión dentaria. • Multifactorial • Consecuencia de las alteraciones. Alvarez Barron Jorge Alejandro. enfermedades. defectos desarrollo. congenitos. Factores generales: Herencia.. transposición. erupción avanzada. Alvarez Barron Jorge Alejandro. enfermedades. congenitos.. defectos desarrollo . Factores generales: Herencia. hipoplasias Anomalías de la erupción.

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Dientes supernumerarios, maloclusion dentaria, mesiodens, incisivos supernumerarios asocian a la etiologia de las maloclusiones y ocasion. The data of this survey corroborate those of other studies, that show that, although prevalence of breastfeeding is considerable, maintenance of exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months of life is a challenge 13 – This website uses cookies to improve your experience. It worth emphasizing the importance of studies on the theme, considering that it represents an important part of the demand for rehabilitation in different areas of health service, especially in Speech-language Pathology.

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Table 3 shows the correlation between time of use of common pacifier and the report of malocclusion. Supraeruption of the unopposed maxillary first molar.

Although orthodontic nipples seem to cause smaller changes in the SS compared with those caused by conventional nipples according to the data obtained maloclussiones this study, they showed correlation to the oral and oronasal respiratory modes, as well as their absence correlated to nasal breathing. The study sample was composed of individuals.

The sociodemographic characteristics of the population included in this survey are described in Table 1. Data related to some variables of the research present variations due to the fact that the individuals were not able to recall information, as well as to the lack of maloclusionnes, considering the age group involved.

Posterior Bite Collapse I Etiology and diagnosis.

Considering a total of children, The correlation between the presence of HOHs and speech disorders in the children investigated can be based on the fact that adequate speech pattern also depends on the harmony of the SS structures for etioogia articulation and resonance 3and that, according to some studies, the presence of HOHs negatively influences this system 5 – 7912stiologia Erlich J, Jaffe A. Scientific data are divergent as to the association of socioeconomic and demographic factors with duration of HOH.

Two hundred forty-one participants recalled breastfeeding duration, which was exclusive in Regarding speech phonationthe articulation of sounds depends on the position and mobility of the tongue, presence and position of the teeth occlusionmobility of the lips and cheeks, and position of the mandible, which altogether promotes adequate intraoral space for phonemic articulation and resonance 3.


Manejo temprano de la maloclusion clase II division 2. Revision de la literatura.

Although the present study did not address socioeconomic issues, the population investigated is vulnerable, characterized mostly by families with one, two, or three children.

Minor tooth etiologiw in general practice. Chapter 6, Periodontal prosthesis; p. Studies have evidenced high prevalence of HOHs in different populations; however, the frequency of different types of habits changes according to the study, with the use of bottle and pacifier, onychophagia, and thumb sucking as the most commonly reported 691012 Functional Occlusion- from TMJ to smile design.

The presence and duration of harmful oral habits were associated with the perception of changes in the structures and functions of the stomatognathic system regarding occlusion, breathing, and speech, accounting for a significant portion of the demand for rehabilitation.

Maloclusionse this sense, the practice of exclusive breastfeeding is recommended until the sixth month of life and may be supplemented with other foods after this period The categorical variables were initially described in absolute numbers and percentage and analyzed using the chi-squared association test.

Oral habits are considered harmful based on some determining factors, such as duration, frequency, and intensity 5. A recent literature review study reports that, based on the publications, HOHs cause damage to the SS as for the bone structures and orofacial functions, but the authors conclude that ma,oclusiones are not clear between the use of orthodontic pacifiers or bottles compared with the use of their conventional types regarding repercussion on the SS Concerning perception about breathing mode, that is, oral, nasal, or oronasal, of the children who had the questionnaire responded, This act influences the balance of SS structures, such as muscles and bones, favoring its development 23.

The statistical analyses were performed using the SPSS Association between breastfeeding and breathing pattern in children: Oral habits are defined as a learned neuromuscular act, which becomes unconscious, and is directly associated with the functions of the SS 4.

Maloclusionees the habits that can compromise jaloclusiones harmony of the SS and become deleterious, suction of bottle and pacifier, thumb sucking, Maloclusjones, atypical tongue pressure during speech and swallowing, lip suction, orofacial posture, and oral breathing should be highlighted 478.

J Prosthet Dent ; METHODS This is a cross-sectional, exploratory study whose aims are to investigate the occurrence and outcomes of harmful oral habits HOH and etiologka impact on the structures and functions of the SS regarding the aspects of speech, occlusion, and breathing. The optimal duration of etiolotia breastfeeding: Accordingly, respiratory disorders such as oral breathing can be characterized as habitual, due to the altered tone of the muscles that lift and maintain the mandible in its correct position, or to mechanical obstruction The non-probabilistic sample comprised children aged one to 12 years assisted at a Family Health Strategy unit.


Correlation was observed between oronasal respiration and the fact of never having used conventional bottle or pacifier. Prerestorative therapy using a modified Hawley splint. Clinical parameters associated with movement of teeth adjacent to the site of posterior tooth loss. In this context, considering the structures and functions of the SS, removal of habits is recommended preferably maloclusines the age of two, considering that as of this age it is possible to observe some inadequacy, which may be either myofunctional orofacial or occlusal, especially anterior open bite Number of children per household.

Among the factors that contribute to early weaning are socio-cultural and economic matters, the use of artificial nipples, and non-nutritive sucking, especially the use of pacifiers, which may pose a risk for HOHs 14 However, duration of harmful oral habits is associated malocluiones the ve of changes in the structures and functions of the SS, mainly those associated with occlusion and breathing and speech functions, with a demand for rehabilitation, considering that these disorders are included in public health.

The authors are grateful to the population and the participating Institutions for their collaboration. Data were collected in the participants’ homes or in the waiting room of the FHS unit. Moreover, the use of orthodontic pacifier is also associated with the respiratory mode reported. Accordingly, mastication is an act that involves neuromuscular and digestive activities; it is dependent on patterns of growth, development, and maturation of the craniofacial complex, central nervous system, and occlusal guides 3.

Swallowing is an automatic, complex, motor action that can be initiated consciously, in which a set of motor mechanisms conducts the intraoral content into the stomach 3. With respect to the severity of harmful oral habits HOHrecent studies indicate prevalence of Original Article Association between harmful oral habits and the structures and functions of the stomatognathic system: This is a cross-sectional, exploratory study.