Occlusion medicine is a concept developed by Prof. Sadao Sato and Prof. Slavicek after realizing and concluding that human masticatory organ has a bigger role in our body than ever thought possible.
Function minded orthodontic treatment in combination with restorative dentistry may positively change the position of our mandible and establish a dental and jaw relationship in which the jaw position are in fact supported by teeth protecting vital TMJ structures and a physiologic grinding activity may systematically balance the effects of the sympathetic nerve activation. Also, by taking advantage of the adaptative and compensatory capacity of the craniomandibular bones, it is possible to treat craniomandibular disharmony cases without the need of jaw surgery.
CMIC aims at sharing the knowledges and orthodontic and occlusal techniques to all health care professionals so that a closer integration and collaboration between dental occlusion and medicine may contribute to improve human health!
It is exciting to invite you all to the " Non surgical orthodontics using Gum Metal Edgewise Archwire orthodontic technique" course in Dallas Texas from April 3rd to 4th, 2020!
This course will be lectured by Dr. Roberto Velasquez, MS, PhD., one of the pioneers developing the protocols for gum metal archwire technique applying Prof. Sadao Sato occlusal philosophy. Join us to be part of this revolutionary way to practice orthodontics and craniomandibular orthopedics!
"Life does not care about form. Life only cares about function". Prof. R. Slavicek. Dental malocclusions through the lens of function can be viewed. Any living organism Masticatory organ fallows to be humanis the most important organ within the human body. Mastica as it educating you with MEAW and GEAW functional orthodontic technique based on Prof. Sadao Sato philosophy.
In order to achieve ideal masticatory organ function and stable orthodontic results, we emphasize the need of a multidisciplinary approach. We work closely with integrative Doctors of physical therapy, optometry, myofunctional therapist and beyond to restore the entire body.
To provide orthodontist and dentist supporting scientific knowledge and skills to treat patients with skeletal dysharmony (class II, III, open bite, facial asymmetry) and TMJ dysfunction through a non surgical, no splint, no bicuspid extraction approach.
If you have questions about the opportunities available to you in our programs, feel free to send us a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
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