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It’s difficult to get out of this infernal spiral if one does not consider the problem from every angle. This concept of angle is to be considered seriously. As most fields, dental science has a certain number of reference marks. It would be logical to think that dentists have a great knowledge of the necessary marks to practice their job. Paradoxically, after having consulting a lot of them, I have the conviction that it is not the case. But I will deepen the question of my relations with the dentists further and will try to show pragmatism in this section. Because beyond chattering I think that the question which must haunt any persons concerned with these calamities is: how to get rid of them?

The important thing to know is that you can get rid of these evil. But that can be long and difficult and therefore you cannot unfortunately count only on your dentist to succeed. Nine times out of ten, he will capitulate as soon as difficulties emerge. You can wonder which role you can play in all that… Well, without your technical collaboration, the dentist is likely to have great chance to fail except if its reputation is not to show as regard of results.

I want to say that you had echoes of cases of people relieved from their torments and that these echoes reached you by the known people and not by the statistics of success spread out by your doctor. Why is it important to know all that? The reason is that it is a field not controlled and each doctor whom you will see will want to approach the thing under a new angle and if this angle is not the good one, you will make the expenses of it. Your economies will decrease dramatically, you will lose much time, months, years by accumulating doctors and your health condition has great chances to worsen without you being able to have the least recourse.

Your mandible should not be too backward. Unless having premolars very large, a treatment of orthodontics will perhaps be necessary to advance your mandible. If you have the chin of Bugs Bunny, you will have to ask yourself some questions!

Your teeth should not be too small. The smaller the teeth are and the more important the possibilities of hearing loss are.

The incisors of the mandible should not be too ahead and thus make your jaw move back.

The top incisors should not be shifted compared to that of the bottom. That could mean that the condyles (fork in the jaw bone) are badly centered and consequently nervous compressions could occur.

The height of the first premolar (situated frontward in the mouth) must be higher than that of the last molar on the same line of teeth. At the same time, occlusion must be done on all the teeth. In fact here the important is that range of teeth should respect a certain curve.

The contacts must be done simultaneously as well on the left as on the right. But this simultaneity should be taken into account only when the jaw opens to the maximum of its size and the most rectilinearly as possible.

You must familiarize yourself with relaxation exercises aiming at guaranteeing the linearity of this opening. No one does need to pass its kinesitherapist diploma before consulting a dentist! The more elementary stretching will increase your chances of success at each appointment to the dentist cabinet for your occlusion adjustment.

These limbering up exercises will have to be done a few minutes even a few seconds before any occlusion adjustment is carried out. But I can understand that the fact of taking the waiting room of your dentist for a room of PE can wake up suspicions on the integrity of your mental state on the part of the other patients. For the most reserved, think of the leverage effect which the mandible must make so that the condyle moves away from the mandibular pit. A simple pencil between the teeth as when you try to finding concentration will cause to get this relaxation. Have myorelaxants prescribed to you if it is necessary.



In a healthy situation, the teeth are in a resting position and come into contact only when chewing or at the reflex occlusion moment which the duration is very short of the order the two tenths of a second. When teeth are in uninterrupted contact the jaw functions abnormally and tensions occur.

The compressive force increases exponentially with the height reduction on a teeth range. Conversely this force tends to diminish when teeth increase in height on a particular range : this range must be the one side which jaw is blocking or cracking when full opening the mouth !

How to appreciate that teeth have sufficient height? The answer will appear disconcerting, but just observing healthy people teeth could give an approximation. People having good health and preferably  good mood will in general have a good dental configuration in term of jaw balance,their may have a good posture too.

All this information does not concern any scientific measurement but only my personal experience.