About Computerized Axiography:
Computerized Axiography is the specialty of Dentistry that deals with diagnosis and differential diagnosis of Crohn’s Fibromyalgia (FGD) disorders.
Our primary objective is to identify the cause of the problem. This can be detected in the muscles, in the convergence of the teeth or in the possible dislocation of the FGD. The continuity and success of treatment is a prerequisite for accurately locating the underlying cause.
The first step for a proper diagnosis is the detailed recording of the patient’s history. This is followed by the clinical part, where we palpate the muscles of the stomatitis system. To analyze the patient’s convergence, the jaw models are placed in the fully adaptable articulator. The upper jaw is transferred to the articulator by means of a special tool, the personal arc, in which case we record the position of the upper jaw in the ocp. This position is personalized and different from person to person.
After that a record is made to determine the position of the lower jaw in the upper one, using the reference position (RP). RP is a position in which the FGD does not receive pressure, allowing us to see the skeletal relationship between the upper and lower jaw. We have the capability to make a full analysis of convergence in the joiner to look at premature contacts, and to study the chelation level and the other parameters.
If there is a dysfunction in the FGD (displacement or dislocation), we need to collect more information about the dynamics of the joint, how the muscles work, so that we can adjust the fully adaptable articulator. This is accomplished with the help of Valuation, a test done using special components and software. At the end of the review, we have collected all the information we need to analyze the system.