Hábitos orales perniciosos: revisión de literatura. Parte II

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Andrea Ocampo Parra
María Clara Lema Álvarez
Natalia Johnson García


Existen hábitos orales perniciosos y posturas adoptadas durante actividades que se realizan diariamente, que son potencialmente nocivas y pueden influir en el desarrollo de una maloclusión. Esta revisión de literatura tiene como propósito considerar los hábitos que no son evaluados comúnmente por los odontólogos, y para ello se realizó una búsqueda de la literatura actual acerca de dichas actividades, la cual permita detectarlos, corregirlos y evitar que generen daños en el sistema estomatognático.  

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Ocampo ParraA., Lema ÁlvarezM. C., & Johnson GarcíaN. (2014). Hábitos orales perniciosos: revisión de literatura. Parte II. Revista Nacional De Odontología. https://doi.org/10.16925/od.v0i0.435
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