2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1807-59322009000100011
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The Relationship Between the Stomatognathic System and Body Posture

Abstract: In recent years, many researchers have investigated the various factors that can influence body posture: mood states, anxiety, head and neck positions, oral functions (respiration, swallowing), oculomotor and visual systems, and the inner ear. Recent studies indicate a role for trigeminal afferents on body posture, but this has not yet been demonstrated conclusively. The present study aims to review the papers that have shown a relationship between the stomatog… Show more

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“…Existem evidências anatômicas que comprovam a interação entre movimentos mandibulares com articulações e músculos cervicais 4,21 , o que justifica o estudo da ADM cervical na DTM. Embora não se conheçam trabalhos que estudaram conjuntamente a eletromiografia dos músculos cervicais e a medida da amplitude do movimento cervical em indivíduos com DTM, uma relação entre estes instrumentos foi parcialmente estabelecida por Aguilera et al 22 .…”
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“…Existem evidências anatômicas que comprovam a interação entre movimentos mandibulares com articulações e músculos cervicais 4,21 , o que justifica o estudo da ADM cervical na DTM. Embora não se conheçam trabalhos que estudaram conjuntamente a eletromiografia dos músculos cervicais e a medida da amplitude do movimento cervical em indivíduos com DTM, uma relação entre estes instrumentos foi parcialmente estabelecida por Aguilera et al 22 .…”
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“…Most common cervical spinal change in TMD patients is the shortening of cervical region extensor muscles, as well as of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, causing anterior head displacement and decreasing the field of vision. Trying to compensate the field of vision, individuals compensate by increasing neck curvature 15 . A study 5 has stated the importance of postural evaluation of TMD patients.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The existence of the correlation between the stomatognathic system, referred as to the mouth, jaws, and closely associated structures, and body posture is still controversial and debated with evidence in favor 1 or against. [2][3][4] However, the exact knowledge of any potential effect of the stomatognathic system on body posture would have major clinical implications in the management of patients with malocclusion.…”
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confidence: 99%