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posterior teeth have prox contacts =
middle 1/3
post tooth has mesial contact slightly
more occlusal than distal contact
IL JM JM MM MM MM MM M
MAX
II II IM MM MM MM MM M
MAND
More anterior the tooth
more incisal/occlusal are prox contacts
mesial contact are is more
towards incisal/occlusal
contact areas btw post teeth aid
prevent rotation
mesial drift
increases with age
contact surface area
worn dental arches show
area area contact

bruxism
character of occlusal contacts makes
chewing easier
bc abundant spillways on occlusal table
fxns of HOC
forms contact area
protects gingiva
location of HOC
cervical 1/3

facial of all teeth

lingual of all anteriors >on cingulum
location of HOC for

middle 1/3
middle 1/3

lingual surface of all
MAX/MAND posterior
when view occlusally a straight line drawn that bisect all contact areas on

mand teeth are aligned
pm 2 / m1 / m2
contact are all ? of middle 1/3 of mand posteriors
buccal
contacts are buccal to
middle 1/3 of mand post
CEJ contours related to
attachment of gingiva at neck of tooth
greatest contour of cervical lines / ging attachments
mesial surfaces of anterior teeth
greatest curvature
mesial surface of max central
greater prox CEJ curvature on
mesial
prox CEJ curvature are greater on
incisors
tends to get smaller as move towards molars
prox cervical line CEJ curvature
CEJ cervical line curves towards
apex on
facial
lingual
CEJ cervical line curves
away
from apex on
mesial
distal
greatest prox cervical line curvature on
mesial
all post when viewed occlusally have contacts >
buccal of middle 1/3
ij
max central
perm mand lateral mesial contact area =
incisal 1/3
central lateral canine
IJ JM JM
II II IM
CONTACT AREAS FOR ANTERIORS
view anteriors occlusally contact areas
middle 1/3
centered F-L
anterior contact areas
distal contact slightly cervical to mesial contact although m & d contacts are in incisal 1/3
mand lat