Dentistry

Dentistry 250 177Temporomandibular dysfunction in dentistry (two days)
Most common and the most influencing symptom of the cranial mandibular dysfunction is musculoskeletal pain. It is a broad international consensus about that pain in temporomandibular dysfunction is due to a multifactorial disorder of the chewing system. During the therapy the physiotherapy together with the dentistry are the most important and central role. Requirement on a successful interdisciplinary work are not only the own clinical experience but also the knowledge about diagnostic and therapeutic models of the partner.
 
This course summarizes validated diagnostic- and treatment procedures in dentistry and presents out of the view of the dentistry the evidenced based models for development as well as the modern treatment concepts of temporomandibular dysfunctions.
 
Contents:

  • Growth and development of the temporomandibular system in children and adolescents
  • The characteristics of the temporomandibular joints and the temporomandibular joint muscles
  • Functions of the temporomandibular system
  • Disambiguation and nomenclature around the temporomandibular dysfunction
  • Etiology of temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • The meaning of parafunctions and dysgnathia for the development of temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • Dentistry and temporomandibular basis diagnostic
  • The extended dentist analyses of function
  • Dentist therapy with occlusive splints
  • Extended therapy in temporomandibular joint dysfunction in the dental practice
  • Psychological aspect: placebo an nocebo in the therapy and in temporomandibular joint dysfunction and posture

Teaching staff:

Dr Daniel HellmannDr Daniel Hellmann
Dentist
(www.daniel-hellmann.de)

 

 

 

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