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Temporomandibular Disorders: Improving Outcomes Using A Multidisciplinary Approach [Erratum]

Authors Garrigós-Pedrón M, Elizagaray-García I, Domínguez-Gordillo AA, Del-Castillo-Pardo-de-Vera JL, Gil-Martínez A

Received 11 September 2019

Accepted for publication 11 September 2019

Published 19 September 2019 Volume 2019:12 Pages 803—804

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S230642


Garrigós-Pedrón M, Elizagaray-García I, Domínguez-Gordillo AA, Del-Castillo-Pardo-de-Vera JL, Gil-Martínez A.
J Multidiscip Healthc. 2019;12:733–747.

The authors of this paper have advised that during the final correction stage of the production process of this manuscript, abbreviations for DDwR and DDwoR were changed in the wrong places against their advice. On page 738, the paragraph:

Contraindications
Splints should not be used in patients with morning intermittent locking or in small symptomatic DDwoR that can promote its progression or blockade. If their use is essential, it must be included in the consent document; however, it should be remembered that asymptomatic DDwoR cases (no pain, no blockage) do not require treatment. Splints are also not indicated in patients with short-term DDwR for whom recapturing is possible (an anterior replacement splint will be indicated).75

Should instead read:

Contraindications
Splints should not be used in patients with morning intermittent locking or in small symptomatic DDwR that can promote its progression or blockade. If their use is essential, it must be included in the consent document; however, it should be remembered that asymptomatic DDwR cases (no pain, no blockage) do not require treatment. Splints are also not indicated in patients with short-term DDwoR for whom recapturing is possible (an anterior replacement splint will be indicated).75
 
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