Failure to manage function-related problems can lead to failures in the conduct of orthodontic treatment and to poor stability. However, even if the dysfunctions have been diagnosed by the practitioner, he/she will still be dependent on the quality of the rehabilitation. Traditionally, rehabilitation requires intensive participation on the part of patients… (More)
The Authors examine the effect of the tongue's postural and dynamic modifications on facial grow. Some clinical cases are presented.
The morphological organisation of the face reflects the individual's social context and heredity and also reveal certain personality traits. Emotional facial expression is a very special form of communication. This functional and behavioural dynamic leads to the formation of a certain anatomical structure as a result of repetitive functions. The… (More)