Revista paulista de odontologia (Rev Paul Odontol )
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- Revista paulista de odontologia 01/2011; 33:36-40.
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ABSTRACT: The clinical case in this study reported in this study is that of a man who was 25 years old in 1996. His main complaint was the chronic pains in the neck, in Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), and to open and to close the mouth and to chew. He didn't like his facial aspect, always of mouth open with the salient superior teeth. Surgical treatment to remove the adenoids and correct the septum deviation were performed by an othorhinolaryngologist. He was algo undergoing with the phonology. The main objective was the stability of the treatment and control of his mouthbreathing. The muscles: mentual, the masseters, the buccinador, the sternocleidomastodeo were with hiper-activity. In the functional orthopedics of the maxillaries, it is associated pre-fabricated an orthopedical appliance , with traction extra-oral high, type IHG, with helmet, the C-Modeler of Cervera, of origin of the Centro Europeo of Ortodoncia-Madri-España, with progressive constructive bite, so that the jaw was guided in a previous position; moving the hourly sense of orientation mandibular, for counterclockwise. This, also acted in the bone of the salient jaw recast one and the re-position of the incisive teeth that were anteriorly. In 1999, the objectives were reached, the re-establishment of the nasal breathing. The muscular rehabilitation, with the phonology, the re-establishment of the muscular force with the orthopedical appliance C-Modeler. After 10 years of the conclusion of this treatment, in 2009, the stomatognathic and muscular systems continue stable: the breathing is nasal, the patient doesn't present any history of pain facial or in TMJ. Being proven the need of the balance of the nasal breathing, of the neuro-muscular system and of the occlusion for the stability of the Orthodontic and orthopedic ‘s treatment in the adult.Revista paulista de odontologia 10/2010; 32 (4)(ISSN 0100-705X.-Volume 32 (4)):34-40.
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ABSTRACT: Angle class III is one of the most challenging malocclusion and its treatment must aim to improve occlusion and muscular function in themasticator system, producing a satisfactory and stable result. This clinical report presents a patient with in mixed dentition associated with a Class III malocclussion. By combining functional and fixed appliances, the nasal breathing was reestablised and the open bite was closed. After five years, the molars and canines were in Angle Class I and a good occlusion was reinstated and muscular activity was improved. Therefore, this case report supports the idea of including myofunctional treatments when a Class III is treated at an early age.(AU)Revista paulista de odontologia 10/2009; 31 (4)(BBO-31(4):48-52, out. -dez. 2009.):48-52.
- Revista paulista de odontologia 02/1968; 6(1):9.
Article: [Professional fees].Revista paulista de odontologia 02/1968; 6(1):5-8.
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