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STRESS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE TEMPEROMANDIBULAR JOINT COMPLEX

STRESS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE TEMPEROMANDIBULAR JOINT COMPLEX Stress forms an undeniable negative consequence of or life due to our current lifestyle. And it portrays itself in our day to day activities physically or psychologically. Stressed people are always complaining of headaches, neckaches, sleeplessness, lethargy, etc. They end up with constant clenching, bruxing or even snoring! How do we

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NEUROMUSCULAR DENTISTRY

NEUROMUSCULAR DENTISTRY :PHYSIOLOGY OF OCCLUSION –TEMPEROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDERS (TMD) AND OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) The definition of occlusion has been evolving down the years. Occlusion can be centric, physiologic or myocentric. In epigenetic terms, occlusion can be defined as that end point of the body with respect to the plantar surfaces of the feet, and within these two bounda

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Neuromuscular Medicine/dentistry

Neuromuscular Medicine/dentistry : the Advantage Of A forward Placed Mandible How long have you been suffering from headaches? For how many years have you been popping those anti migraine pills? Does your snoring disturb those sleeping with you or even those in the next room? The field of medicine has always involved reasoning. For every problem that you suffer from - the headaches (ha)/neckaches

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Neuromuscular Dentistry

Neuromuscular Dentistry – The Holistic Approach to Treat Facial Pain How long have you been suffering from headaches? For how many years have you been popping those anti migraine pills? Does your snoring disturb those sleeping with you or even those in the next room? The field of medicine has always involved reasoning. For every problem that you suffer from - the headaches (HA)/ neckaches (

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Bruxism

Bruxism has been a perennial problem for dentists to treat. Innumerable bruxism guards save the teeth but not the surrounding structures like the muscles or the TMJ. By providing a guard, we dentists do not actually solve the cause of the problem. Hence, most bruxers end up with TMD or other myofascial disorders. Diagnosis is of prime importance in any treatment protocol. And diagno

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Neuromuscular Dentistry And How It Decodes The Physiology of Occlusion

Neuromuscular Dentistry And How It Decodes The Physiology of Occlusion To achieve the Perfect Balanced Occlusion should be the ultimate aim after any dental/medical procedure. It could be centric or eccentric, as long as the supporting structures (muscles and joints) are not compromised. So, it’s time we stressed upon the Myocentric Occlusion (MCO). MCO is the occlusal relationship between

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