Zenaida Surlari, , Nicoleta Ioanid, Diana Niţescu, Cristina Cotea, Mihaela Monica Scutariu, Dragos Virvescu, Ovidiu Aungurencei , Oana Țănculescu-Doloca, Gabriela Ifteni
ABSTRACT. The aim of this study is to emphasise the prevalence of the affectation by the dysfunctional syndrome of a heteromorphic group of population represented by all the patients of the Fixed Dental Prosthesis Clinic, GR. T. POPA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY Iași, for a period of 5 years.Material and method A number of 6507 clinical consultation sheets, which represent the total number of patients of the clinic for a period of 5 years, was analysed.Results The results of the study confirm the existence of a susceptibility dyshomeostasis as a clinical entity and the importance of specific paraclinical investigations. Conclusions For an extremely heteromorphic group of population, with a majority of 67,13% of cases with ages over 35 years, the most frequent disorders were the occlusal disorders and the mandibular-cranial malrelations.