View in full
Get this video for 24 € /mo.Buy now
Video commentary excerpt
After a history of the various concepts of the Centered Relationship and using computer graphics and 3D animation, we highlight the original hinge axes (axes corresponding to the centered functional relationship when they are physiological) and hinge axes of physiological mandibular condylar displacement.
From this premise we specify the physiological condylar rotation space in which we seek and propose the Centered Functional Relationship (RCF) combining form, position and function. The RCF is defined from a morpho-positional and functional diagnosis.
It is in this area of rotation and according to "things that happen" that displacement of the mandibular dynamics "start and end" physiologically, "adaptive" or pathological.
Adaptive mandibular dynamics is due to craniofacial deformities and / or occlusal disharmony and / or conditions of the general posture. Treatments are orthopedic and / or orthodontic, prosthetic and / or dentistry or surgery
Pathological mandibular dynamics is due to herniated dislocations (due to injuries) and / or muscle spasms (due to stress and / or hyperfunction). commonly available treatments are temporary occlusal splints of decompression, relaxation, the PRI (retroincisal flat plane ...)
We propose implementation based on the mandible by mandibular splint repositioning in the RCF, and stabilization by orthopedics and / or orthodontics, prosthodontics and / or dentistry and / or surgery.