WEAR FACET: attrition, erosion, and abrasion. Dental abfraction
Bruxism. Definition. Classification. Etiology. Clinical and complementary diagnosis. Sleep physiology. Effects of bruxism on the system. Treatment
Differential diagnosis of headaches: migraine, tension headache, and cluster headache.
Definition, etiology, and prevalence.
Importance of dysfunction in daily practice.
Anatomy and physiology of the TMJ
Biomechanics of the TMJ.
Pain: primary and heterotopic: central, projected, and referred
Classification of dysfunction:
Muscle disorders. Local myalgia. Myofascial pain
Condylar-disc complex alterations. Dislocation with reduction. Reduction dislocation with intermittent blocking. Dislocation without reduction with limitation of opening. Dislocation without reduction without limitation of opening
Incompatibility of the articular surfaces: alterations of the articular surfaces, adhesions, hypermobility, and spontaneous dislocation
Inflammatory disorders: capsulitis and retrodiscitis
Osteoarthritis and osteoarthrosis
Differential diagnosis between muscle and joint pathology
Medical history directed to TMJ dysfunction. Questions that can never be missing. Practice among students
ATM scanning protocol. Manual and functional exploration of the musculature of the stomatognathic system. Manual and functional exploration of the cranio-cervical system.
Clinical practice of TMJ examination
Supplementary tests. Rx and interpretation of magnetic resonance. Practical examples
Treatment: pharmacological, physiotherapy and plaques
Surgical treatment: current status.
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Hours: Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday from 10am to 5:30 p.m.
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