La Gnatología basada en evidencia científica: Una revisión narrativa de la literatura.

  • Bolívar Andrés Delgado Gaete Docente Universidad Católica de Cuenca
Palabras clave: GNATOLOGÍA, DESORDENES TEMPOROMANDIBULARES, DINAMICA MANDIBULAR

Resumen

La gnatología es una ciencia odontológica que ha propuesto diversos conceptos y principios utilizados desde 1926, el objetivo de la presente revisión narrativa de la literatura es revisar algunos postuladados gantológicos usados ​​y aceptados empíricamente por clínicos actualmente, buscando evidencia científica publicada que los respaldos.

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