Journal of Oral Diseases / 2015 / Article / Tab 3

Review Article

Malocclusion Characteristics as Risk Factors for Temporomandibular Disorders: Lessons Learned from a Meta-Analysis

Table 3

Summary of reported odds ratios.

MohlinFantoni Selaimen Marklund Landi Marinho

FemaleAll femaleAll female4.6 (2.3, 9.2)All female3.117 (1.317, 7.378)

Age1.0 (0.97, 1.02)

Overbite ≥ 4 mm0.428 (0.127, 1.439)1.1 (0.51, 2.28)1.1 (0.5, 2.3)0.98 (0.43, 2.24)0.457 (0.205, 1.021)

Overjet ≥ 5 mm1.436 (0.416, 4.955)1.3 (0.56, 3.08)1.0 (0.4, 2.7)1.20 (0.28, 5.03)1.143 (0.382, 3.423)

Open-bite0.367 (0.071, 1.887)0.9 (0.31, 2.43)1.0 (0.4, 2.8)0.88 (0.14, 5.49)

Bilateral X-bite3.75 (0.729, 19.302)1.1 (0.4, 3.1)

Unilateral X-bite1.57 (0.551, 4.516)2.2 (0.18, 25.08)0.93 (0.38, 2.26)

Crowding3.129 (1.467, 6.674)

Mediotrusive interferences2.122 (0.816, 5.522)2.3 (1.17, 4.58)0.7 (0.4, 1.4)2.50 (1.19, 5.25)

Laterotrusive interferences1.9 (0.96, 4.12)2.61 (1.14, 5.96)

Absence of bilateral canine guidance on lateral excursion1.674 (0.840, 3.334)2.7 (1.42, 5.04)3.9 (1.6, 9.7)

RCP-MI discrepancy ≥ 2 mm1.2 (0.65, 2.22)2.64 (1.09, 6.41)1.991 (0.780, 5.084)

Incisor midline discrepancy1.1 (0.62, 2.12)0.64 (0.28, 1.46)

Cl I3.129 (1.673, 6.674)

Cl II0.760 (0.375, 1.539)8.0 (2.2, 29.3)

Cl III1.172 (0.281, 4.897)1.0 (0.1, 6.8)

Clenching1.7 (0.9, 3.2)

Grinding2.2 (1.1, 4.3)

Bruxism1.9 (1.04, 3.5)

Calculated from data provided; reported 94% confidence intervals; not specifying unilateral or bilateral; odds ratio was adjusted for analysis symmetry of confidence interval; defined overbite as ≥5 mm; defined overjet as ≥4 mm.

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