Month: November 2014

Functional Diagnostics In Dentistry

What is application of functional diagnostics in the field of dentistry to the Elimination of malfunction a functional Diagnostics? First and foremost, the human chewing system consists of the teeth, the muscles and the temporomandibular joint. But only if all three components work smoothly and harmoniously with each other, a healthy and physiological function of the Masticatory system can be. Accordingly, smallest, not noticeable errors, such as a too high grown teeth or crooked teeth, can lead to serious and significant health disorders, which however often incorrectly or not is noticed by those affected. But also emotional stress or psychological problems accounted for significant help, that malfunctions in the human Masticatory system caused. But how can these disorders are identified and treated? Through the so-called functional diagnostics it is possible to observe the entire chewing system of the person concerned in our day and age and analyse, so that, for example, the causes of a chronic or acute disorder can be identified. In this dysfunction may exhibit but very different causes, which in many cases only several factors play an important role.

Modern Dentistry, however, is dominated by the name of Craniomandibular dysfunction, which is also known under the abbreviation of CMD. However, to ensure an appropriate treatment of a so-called CMD, a functional diagnostics, perform in advance. Later, also the cooperation between manual medical doctors, osteopaths and physiotherapists is an important prerequisite for the success of the treatment. The functional Diagnostics consists of what specific parts? Essentially, the functional Diagnostics includes the clinical study of muscles, pine, ligaments, joints and teeth. But also the so-called Condylographie, the electronic recording of trajectories of maxilla plays an important role in the diagnosis.

Another Part is the transfer related to the skull or the temporomandibular joint manufactured models of plaster in an articulator, an articulator. Furthermore, the functional diagnosis in the dental medicine includes checking the contact connections between the lower and upper jaw teeth. This diagnostic procedure can be found also under the name of occlusal analysis. Finally, the evaluation of the remote X-ray belongs to the determination of the position of the teeth and mandibular diagnosis treatments. Should now with the help of functional diagnostics a cause be found, one is made in dentistry and based on the measurements of functional diagnostics individually bite bills for those affected, so that improves the position of the upper jaw to the mandible and ensures the harmonisation of movements when shopping. Usually be successfully treated also Temporomandibular joint cracking and jaw joint pain as well as back and neck pain. Malfunctions can also ear sounds and frequent headaches can be detected.