Identifying pre-contacts is increasingly hard.
Correct balancing of the occlusion is still a great challenge for every dentists. A correct distribution of occlusal loads is essential for successful treatment and for the health of the patient. In the presence of an occlusal interference, the proprioceptive system triggers the “avoidance reflex”, which causes a different habitual intercuspidation and results in new biomechanics of the system. dentists >
Bad habits and parafunctions.
Behaviours repeated over time, such as parafunctions and bad habits, alter the muscular balance and are characterized by the constant or repeated application of anomalous forces that can result in dental movements. Failure to correct these behaviours leads to a relapse in the orthodontic therapy. orthodontists >
Head, neck, shoulders, mout.
The mouth is physiologically connected to the head and the neck. If we touch our temples and clench our teeth, we can feel the action of the muscles extending from the jaw to the head. There are also nerve connections that coordinate the action of the mouth muscles with those of the neck, which need to stabilize the head as we move our jaw. head, neck, shoulders, mouth >