3D Neuromuscular Dentistry Explained - NEW VERSION

3D Neuromuscular Dentistry Explained - NEW VERSION

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A new and updated version of The Neuromuscular Dentistry Explained DVD with 38 stunning animations will be available at the end of 2013!

The detailed and accurate 3D modeling will help doctors and staff, explain to patients how TENS, orthosis therapy, scan recording and various other components are used in neuromuscular treatment. This is also a great training tool for new staff. TENS adjustments, working with bite registrations, removable and non-removable orthotics and other neuromuscular procedures are vividly illustrated in an easy to understand format.

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Excellent tool for patient and new staff member education.

  • Logical and effi cient explanations of the importance of bite correction.
  • Myotronics equipment – how procedures are used in neuromuscular treatment.
  • Orthosis therapy – how this specifi c appliance helps to align the bite.
  • Clear and easy-to-follow examples of adjustments and fabrication of removable and non-removable orthotics.
  • Dynamics of occlusion – normal state and pathological state.

Contents Includes:

  • Airway and TMJ
  • Putting Patient on TENS
  • The Process of TENS
  • Duo-Trode Application
  • Diagnosis Using the K-7 System
  • Myobite Registration
  • K-7 Bite Registration
  • Removable Orthotic Fabrication
  • Non-removable Orthotic Fabrication
  • Adjustment of Removable Orthotic with TENS
  • Adjustment of Non-removable Orthotic with TENS
  • Adjustment of Removable Orthotic with K-7
  • Adjustment of Non-removable Orthotic with K-7
  • TMD Orthosis Therapy
  • Opening and closing (with muscles)
  • Opening and closing (without muscles)
  • Lower jaw movement to the left and to the right – short canines
  • Lower jaw movement to the left and to the right – canine grinding
  • Forward and backward movement (without muscles)
  • Forward and backward movement (with muscles)
  • Forward and backward lower jaw movement with short incisors
  • Forward and backward lower jaw movement. Premature сontacts
  • Group function
  • Movement of the lower jaw to the left and to the right (without muscles)
  • Movement of the lower jaw to the left and to the right (with muscles)
  • Central line shift of the lower teeth. Orthotic
  • Guzey theory
  • Gallo's theory
  • Diagnosis 1. Bilaminar zone compression
  • Diagnosis 2. Bilaminar zone compression
  • Premature contact 1 (incorrectly placed restoration)
  • Good contact
  • Premature contact 2 (hyperactivity of masseter muscle)
  • Premature contact 3 (class I)
  • Premature contact 4 (coronoplasty)
  • Whiplash-from the front
  • Whiplash-from the back
  • Sleep apnea