On this page you will have access to the documentation of some of the CASES treated or in treatment at the A.G.O. structure. These CASES were arranged according to the SYMPTOMS accused by patients and malformations or syndromes of Gnatological interest. For some of the CASES described there is a detailed study reserved for the members of the site (for its visualization please log-in).
If you want to learn more about Gnatology, read our article on What is Gnatology. If you want to deepen the therapeutic protocol that A.G.O. has followed for all patients treated (and in treatment), read the page on the Gnatological Protocol.
Symptoms associated with temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD)
Clicks or other noises of the jaw joint occurring during chewing or yathing
Spinal pains up to involving the plantar support
Night and/or day grinding
Occipital headache such as painful spasms of the shoulder muscles
Pain in the area in front of the auricle which can be accentuated during chewing
Localized pain in the face, under the eyes or facial muscles in general
Closed Ear, tinnites (whistles or rustles), Hyperacusia (annoyance at certain sounds or volumes)
Pain, blocks, motor limitations of the mandibular joints (TMJ)
Habitual unilateral chewing (only on one side)
Muscular tension such as chronic painful spasm of the craniofacial district
Dizziness due to dental occlusion
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSAS)
Painful Incoordination in the movement of swallowing
Malformative (genetic) or facial growth problems (modulable with interventions on the functional determinants of growth) in the child or adult
Lateral asymmetry of the jaw which also leads to aesthetic problems
Jaw advancement, also called "third class"
Jaw advancement with mandibular retraction also referred to as "second class" or "bird profile"