How teethan can help you in prosthetic rehabilitation

The goal of prosthetic rehabilitation, whether total or partial, is to give back to the patient a morphology and functionality that adapt to his specific situation.
It is extremely important that the insertion of a prosthesis does not create uncomfortable situations for the patient, such as the appearance of joint clicks, difficulty in chewing or discomfort in closing.

However, even a correctly designed and comfortable prosthesis for the patient may experience a failure, in cases where muscle work has not been taken into consideration including how this can be influenced by the new occlusal situation.
In fact, an excessive load situation can be harmful for all types of prostheses: for example, it can cause loss of peri-implant bone in the case of prostheses fixed on implants, also subject to wear and to potential fracture of the aesthetic coating.
The latter cases are also found in bridges, where in addition a fracture of welds or metal connectors, and in crowns, may occur, until the detachment of the elements in the mobile prostheses.

Teethan can avoid all this: an assessment of neuromuscular balance and its monitoring over time can identify and correct situations of excessive muscle work, expressed in the IMP (impact) index and also connected to the vertical dimension of the patient.
In this way, the clinician can have a complete and above all objective picture of the occlusal situation and act accordingly: with Teethan long-term success of prosthetic rehabilitation can be guaranteed!

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