The lower jaw ... How to recognize and cure its dislocation?
When the mouth opens, the lower jaw takesa situation in which her intraarticular disc and head pass to the back of the joint skate. This mechanism is regulated by the height of the articular tubercle, ligaments and muscles around these joints. But there are cases in which the biomechanics of the lower jaw is disrupted as a result of dislocations, that is, the head slips to the front side of the ramp.
Dislocations are both unilateral and bilateral. They arise when the mouth opens wide to yawn, burst out laughing, grab a large chunk of food, and sometimes as a result of a strong cough, vomiting, or blow to the jaw. Sometimes dislocations are formed during the treatment of teeth at the dentist, as well as during the use of the expander during the probing of the stomach.
In the treatment of dislocation, the procedure is appliedHippocrates. The doctor sits the patient in such a way that the area of the dislocation is on the same axis as his elbow joint. Then he puts his thumbs on his large large teeth, and holds the entire lower jaw with the rest of his fingers and produces a movement opposite to the one that caused the dislocation. That is, lowers the jaw slightly down, then pulls it back and slightly lifts, setting in place the joint cavity. At the same time, his thumbs slightly press on the cheeks, stretching the chewing muscles.
Often the lower jaw is inflexiblepressing on the front part slightly down, and then back, which helps to move the moved joint back into place. In addition to Hippocrates, there are several modern, well-developed ways to treat dislocation.</ p>>