LAURA ELISABETA CHECHERITA, IULIAN COSTIN LUPU, OVIDIU STAMATIN, BOGDAN PETRU BULANCEA,DANIELA MANUC INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN FUNCTIONAL AND AESTHETIC PROSTHETIC TREATMENT OF DYSFUNCTIONAL SYNDROME OF THE STOMATOGNATHIC SYSTEM In the cranio-mandibular malrelation, the TMJ can be affected primarly or may occur as a consequence of imbalance, especially at a functional level, with an important biochemical component, of the other components of the stomatognathic system. The patient with its own pathology and therefore individualisation and specificity of the treatment is the first motto of the physician in establishing the treatment plan for TMDs with craniomandibular malrelation and in the same time the importance regarding the interrelations between clinical and biochemichal parameters in polytherapy treatment of temporomandibular disorders. The research aim was to study the TMDs therapeutic possibilities and the biochemical impact of drug treatment at pacients diagnosed with TMDs and cranio-mandibular malrelationand and we applied various methods of treatmenton study group, comprised 88 (18.92%) patients in single/or multiple therapy, addressed to patients diagnosed with TMDs and craniomandibular malrelation. We consider a relevant good answer from effectiveness treatment point of view results.
Keywords: public health dentistry, temporomandibular disorders (TMDs), analgesic drug therapy, stomatognathic system., functional and aesthetic prosthetic treatment.