ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGING THE INDICATORS OF THE FUNCTIONAL OCCLUSION ASSESSMENT METHOD T-SCAN IN PATIENTS WITH OCCLUSION DISORDERS WHICH HAVE BEEN ARISEN OR WERE ACTIVATED AS A RESULT OF INCORRECT DENTAL SURGERY

I. A. Shynchukovskyi, V. P. Nespryadko, O. G. Tereshchuk, N. S. Khrol, A. V. Oleinyk

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Recent studies showed that regaining the occlusal contacts is one of the most difficult tasks during the prosthetics remanufacturing process. It often happens, that during prosthetics remanufacturing process misunderstanding between a patient and a doctor may occur. It is related to the removal of expensive structures and manufacturing of new ones that are just as pricey. Thus, the touchstone for achieving optimal functional and esthetic results is not only the repositioning of the mandible that eliminates pain sensation in TMJ, but also regaining of the occlusal contacts is needed for prosthetics remanufacturing. Thereby, by knowing the treatment outcome, the doctor is able to minimize the risk of error in prosthetics re-manufacturing process and improve the doctor-patient relationship.

Key words: maxillo-dental apparatus, temporomandibular joint, occlusive correction, masticatory muscles, pharmaceutical constructions


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