Добро пожаловать в клуб

Показать / Спрятать  Домой  Новости Статьи Файлы Форум Web ссылки F.A.Q. Логобург    Показать / Спрятать

       
Поиск   
Главное меню
ДомойНовостиСтатьиПостановка звуковФайлыДефектологияКнижный мирФорумСловарьРассылкаКаталог ссылокРейтинг пользователейЧаВо(FAQ)КонкурсWeb магазинШкольникамКарта сайта

Поздравляем!
Поздравляем нового Логобуржца freedom со вступлением в клуб!

Реклама

КНИЖНЫЙ МИР

Functional occlusion in Orthodontics   Amit Srivastava,Puneet Batra and Kriti Sharma

Functional occlusion in Orthodontics

152 страниц. 2014 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
The relationship between static and dynamic occlusion is one of the aspect of study of functional occlusion.Orthodontic treatment has the capacity to change static and functional occlusion. It is assumed that ideal static occlusion is compatible with ideal functional occlusion but it is not necessary.It has traditionally been assumed in orthodontics that correction of the parts of the dentofacial complex to an anatomical norm along with a class I relationship of the buccal segments and alignment of teeth would yield a “good functional occlusion” that is in harmony with temperomandibular joints and associated musculature. The question is: “ Can we, or should we accept this assumption as true?” As valuable as our anatomical guidelines and parameters may be in diagnosis and treatment planning, we should assess the function of the occlusion we treat orthodontically, both prior to and after treatment
 
- Генерация страницы: 0.04 секунд -