Roxana Triștiu, Oana Almășan, Smaranda Buduru
Aim of the study: This study aimed at reporting a unique case of bilateral condylar resorption and hypomobility in a hyperdivergent severe class II malocclusion female. Material and methods: A 37-year-old female patient presented in our department with an active, highly aggressive condylar resorption. During the active phase of SARS-CoV-2 disease, no symptoms of temporomandibular disorder were visible. High-intensity signs and symptoms of temporomandibular disorder were observed following the COVID-19 illness. Results: Initial treatment with an oral splint lacked to provide symptom relief, whereas extraction of the opposing upper third molar significantly reduced temporomandibular pain. Conclusions: The improvement of the patient’s quality of life necessitates a multidisciplinary approach in which dental and general specialists collaborate to restore comfort and functionality for the patient’s daily temporomandibular joint movements.