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Temporomandibular Disorders and Sleep Apnea in Orthodontics

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Temporomandibular Disorders and Sleep Apnea in Orthodontics

Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.35 GB | Duration: 3 section | 6 lectures | (2h 46m)
What you'll learn
Joint disorders; Inflammatory conditions; Ankylosis; Fracture
Masticatory muscle disorders; Intracranial and vascular pain disorders; Neurogenic pain; Migraine headaches; Tension-type headaches; Extracranial pain disorders; Mental health disorders
Costen syndrome
Signs and symptoms of Sleep Apnea; Physical examination of the patient; Effect of anatomy on respiration;
Interested in becoming an orthodontic specialist
This course will take you from zero to hero of the following orthodontic topics: Patients with Temporomandibular Disorders; Sleep Apnea.
Here are the main headlines that this course covers:
Patients with Temporomandibular Disorders
1. Incidence
2. Patient Examination
2.1 Chief complaint
2.2 Medical history
2.3 Dental history
2.4 Clinical examination
General inspection of the head and neck
Masticatory and cervical muscle evaluation
Neurovascular evaluation
Intraoral evaluation
3. Classification of TMD
4. Joint disorders
4.1 Congenital or developmental disorders
4.2 Disk derangement disorders
4.3 Temporomandibular joint dislocation
5. Inflammatory conditions
5.1 Synovitis
5.2 Osteoarthritis
6. Ankylosis
7. Fracture
8. Masticatory muscle disorders
8.1 Myofascial pain
8.2 Fibromyalgia,
8.3 Myositis
8.4 Myospasm
8.5 Myofibrotic contracture
8.6 Neoplasm
8.7 Local myalgia - unclassified
9. Diagnosis
9.1 Intracranial and vascular pain disorders
9.2 Neurogenic pain
9.3 Migraine headaches
9.4 Tension-type headaches
9.5 Extracranial pain disorders
9.6 Mental health disorders
10. Connection between malocclusion and TMD
11. Costen syndrome
12. Connection between orthodontic treatment and TMD
13. Treatment
13.1 Patient education
13.2 Cognitive behavioral intervention
13.3 Pharmacotherapy
13.4 Physical medicine
13.5 Orthopedic appliance therapy
13.6 Occlusal therapy
13.7 Surgery
Sleep Apnea
1. Introduction
2. Signs and symptoms
3. Physical examination of the patient
3.1 Adult apneic event
3.2 Pediatric apneic event
4. Effect of anatomy on respiration
5. OSA in children
5.1 Diagnosis
5.2 Orthodontic management
Treatment involving the maxilla
Treatment involving the mandible
6. OSA in adults
6.1 Diagnosis
6.2 Cephalometrics
6.3 Examination of the tongue, soft palate, and tonsils
6.4 Management
Non - surgical treatment - mandibular advancement
Orthognathic surgery management
7. Questionnaire and treatment planning for the OSA patient.
Who this course is for:
General dentists and post-graduate students
Dental students

Temporomandibular Disorders and Sleep Apnea in Orthodontics

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