CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE MAXILLODENTAL SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THE ANALYSIS OF BIOELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF MUSCLES IN PATIENTS WITH ASSOCIATED OCCLUSAL ABNORMALITIES WHICH REQUIRE COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT
Abstract: Malocclusions that have not been eliminated in time can cause complications such as periodontal diseases, TMJ and muscle dysfunctions.An objective indicator of functional disorders is the change of bioelectrical activity of masticatory muscles. The aim of our study was to estimate thefunctional state of maxillodental system in order to develop the individualized treatment and achievement of high functional and aestheticoptimum in patients with associated occlusal abnormalities who need complex treatment. All examined patients had deviations of the averageamplitude of bioelectrical activity of muscles, asymmetry in muscle function, bursts of spontaneous bioelectrical activity at rest, chewing cyclefragmentations, changes in rest and activity ratio during chewing. One of the most important criteria for the transition to the next stage of treatment isnormalization of bioelectrical activity of the muscles. Such approach allows to achieve stable and long-lasting functional results of the treatment.
Keywords: functional / treatment / chewing / maxillodental / ABNORMALITIES / occlusal / bioelectrical activity of the muscles
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