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Treatment Procedure

Patients who come to us have a variety of problems. Some of these problems we are able to remedy with dental treatment even when other medical treatments are not. However, dental treatments can trigger other kinds of problems so it is very important to verify if the cause is related to the teeth, and if so, what the actual cause is. This is why we spend 2 hours on the initial consultations and check-ups. During treatment, we sometimes need to use beds for the patients and also the layout of dental chairs is different from other surgeries.

Layout of Dental Chairs
Most dentists sit behind their patients, but from behind it is difficult to check if there is any distortion of a patients face and their posture. In the photo you can see that there is adequate space in front of the dental chair to observe a patient’s whole body.

Why do we have beds?
Observing a patient’s whole body is important for occlusion treatment. Since the mouth, lower jaw and lower back are connected with the spine, if the lower jaw is not in the right position, it could distort the spine and the pelvis. Also, as the upper and lower jaws are effectively hanging from the skeleton, the position of the lower jaw changes with posture. This is why we check occlusion when a patient is in the standing, sitting and lying positions.

As stated, patients come to us for many different reasons: stiff shoulders, lower back pain, temperomandibular arthrosis, rheumatism, sequelae of cerebral infarction, being bed ridden, dementia, knee pain, hernia, dizziness, infertility, general malaise, autonomic ataxia, etc. Even if the symptoms are the same from patient to patient, the causes can be very different. To find the actual cause we use a specialized piece of equipment called an o-ring. By using it we can specify if the cause is actually related to occlusion or dental fillings.
When occlusion is the cause of problems, successful treatment depends on how much adjustment is required. Only several microns of adjustment may improve the symptoms. Additionally, in occlusion treatment it is not only an issue of how the upper and lower jaws sit, it is also a matter of where the teeth touch the inside of the cheeks and the tongue.

Sometimes we use “splints” to adjust occlusion but this is very rare (about 1 in 200 cases). They are used for supplementing teeth that are not high enough, but the maximum length of usage should be no longer than 3 months.

If the cause of the problems is from dental fillings, the issue is what kind of metal to use after removing the problematic ones. We choose the most appropriate material from 20 kinds of metal and 10 kinds of ceramic. We also have more than 10 kinds of cement for sensitive patients.

The above explanation of the treatment process is, of course, very brief. How quickly improvements show varies from patient to patient, although in patients with poor blood circulation, improvements are relatively slow. Also, in today’s modern society, unnatural environmental factors have lessened the ability of homeostasis (a natural function of the human body to adjust to natural circumstances).


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