A Systematic Review

Kebiasaan postur tubuh yang buruk yang mengganggu kesehatan sendi temporomandibula Bad posture habits that interfere with health of temporomandibular joint

Tine Martina Winarti , Rasmi Rikmasari

Tine Martina Winarti
PPDGS Prostodonsia Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi Universitas Padjadjaran Bandung, Indonesia. Email: titandanish@gmail.com

Rasmi Rikmasari
Bagian Prostodonsia Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi Universitas Padjadjaran Bandung, Indonesia
Online First: October 30, 2011 | Cite this Article
Winarti, T., Rikmasari, R. 2011. Kebiasaan postur tubuh yang buruk yang mengganggu kesehatan sendi temporomandibula Bad posture habits that interfere with health of temporomandibular joint. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science 10(3): 196-201.


Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)is a component of the stomatognati system that supports oral dental health which
their components are closely interconnected. Posture is a habit that often do not realize that could cause an
imbalance in the joints and muscles, which in turn causes pain. Inadequate body posture can occur on sleep
position, lying down, sitting, walking, and other daily activities. Most people are not aware of the dangers of these
habits. Dentists are expected to shed some light on the habits of this particular posture errors, which if not promptly
removed, it will cause interference with stomatognati systems, such as joint and muscle pain, headache and neck.
Complaints due to bad habits can be reduced significantly by eliminating the habit. So it is with the wrong posture
habits. With improved posture and a series of exercises as well as the care, the health of TMJ can return to normal
with minimal costs. This paper will put forward any posture that can lead to disruption of TMJ.

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