Complex diagnosis

Complex diagnosis

Complex diagnostics is carried out according to the examination scheme prepared by a specially trained doctor.
After processing all the information, the results are discussed with the patient and a detailed plan for the optimal treatment is to be prepared.

Complex diagnostics include:

  1. Initial examination of the patient:
    • patient complaints;
    • collecting dental history;
    • filling the objective of the survey data;
    • filling the dental formula;
    • filling periodontal card;
    • physical examination of the oral cavity;
    • definition of occlusion index;
    • removing impressions from the upper and lower jaws.
  2. Filling cards of clinical and functional diagnostics, which include questioning, palpation of muscles and temporomandibular joints, tooth contact analysis and the lower jaw movements.
  3. Computer condylography / axiography is an additional examination method that enables us to determine the pathology related to joints and muscle.
  4. CBCT
  5. Orthopantomography - that is a panoramic picture of the teeth and temporomandibular joints.
  6. Teleradiography - a picture that allows to determine the ratio of skeletal jaws, the lower third of the height of the face, the angle of inclination of the occlusal plane etc.
  7. Bio JVA apparatus - an investigation that allows to identify changes (disturbances), which occur in the temporomandibular joint.
  8. Myography (Bio EMG) - muscle contractions check using a special device - myograph; It allows to explore the work of muscles.
  9. Analysis of the models (casts) of the upper and lower jaw in the articulator - the device that displays the movement of the lower jaw.
  10. Intraoral and extraoral photographs of the patient.
  11. Work with the "Gamma Dental" program, which enables to plan a comprehensive treatment by using the axiography and teleradiography data.
  12. Survey MPI, where articular displacement heads in 3 planes is examined.

 

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