traumatogenic occlusion

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traumatogenic occlusion trau·ma·to·gen·ic occlusion (trô'mə-tə-jěn'ĭk, trou'-)
A malocclusion capable of producing injury to the teeth or associated structures. Also called traumatic occlusion.

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