Go to Research Article Abstract Introduction Materials and Methods Statistical Analysis Results Discussion Clinical Implications Conclusion References Opinion Occlusal Problems Fadi Nader* Department of Dental, Nader Dental Hospital, Nigeria Submission: February 17, 2017;Published: March 05, 2018 *Corresponding author: Aisha Khoja, Department of Orthodontics, Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, Email:email@example.com How to cite this article: Fadi Nader. Occlusal Problems. Adv Dent & Oral Health. 2018; 8(1): 555727. DOI:10.19080/ADOH.2018.07.555727 Go to Opinion Opinion Opinion Dental occlusion is technical term for the way the teeth meet when your jaws bite together; more technically it is the relationship between the maxillary and the mandibular. A bad bite can cause a number of health and dental problems (Figure 1 & 2). Clinical examination, panoramic and cephalometric X-ray for TMJ problems reveal a diagnosis of a) Busing in the ears, grinding clicking b) Pain in the jaw point, and difficulty opening and closing the mouth c) Pain in the neck d) Eye or sinus pain e) Desequilibre f) Headaches sometimes or migraines g) Shoulder or even back pain Malocclusion is the result of a) Heritage b) Bad dental treatment c) Habits d) Wisdom position e) Traumatism accident f) Tongue macro The following treatment is recommended to find the centric occlusion a) Panoramic and Cephalometric X-ray b) Temporary medications c) Soft foods diet d) Removable appliances called Splint may be used temporary to alter the development of the jaws e) Jigue Some of treatments for different Occlusal Problems a) Tooth adjustments b) Replacement of missing teeth c) Orthodontic treatment d) Jaw surgery is also used to correct malocclusion e) Crowns and bridges.