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occlusal equilibration

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The restoration or maintenance of a state of equilibrium. Occlusal equilibration is achieved by selective grinding to modify the occlusal surfaces of the teeth and achieve occlusal harmony during normal masticatory function.

Subjects: Psychology — Dentistry.


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