An effective cultural path to better understand the masticatory organ
In 1998 with the foundation of the Functional Anatomy Research Center (FARC) at the University of Milan, a rich research path on the function of the stomatognathic apparatus was born.
Twenty years of rigorous application of the scientific method led to the development of oral function measurement procedures, validated by numerous Universities and applicable with satisfaction in daily clinical practice.Results of scientific research
A group of Professionals is dedicated to the spreading of these methods respecting the original principles.
Two days to understand in detail the measurement of oral function with the processing of the Percentage Overlapping Coefficient (POC) and to learn how to translate functional information into reliable treatment plans for a quality daily clinic.
For Professionals who want to fully understand the potential of the instrumental recording of muscular activity or for who wish to improve the use of their electromyographer (with standardized analysis or not).
One day dedicated to clinical applications of oral function measurement in articulated cases. «Tips and Tricks» and clinical procedures to easily manage even complex prosthetic and orthodontic rehabilitations. A collegial comparison between the participants that can lead to the discussion of their clinical cases.
For Professionals who know the protocols of the school and intend to apply them even in the most complex and non-routine cases.
A day to understand in detail the measurement of oral function with Percentage Overlapping Coefficient (POC) and learn how to translate the functional information into reliable orthodontic treatment plans.
Professionals who want to know the applications of normalized electromyographic examination in diagnosis, communication, treatment and monitoring of orthodontic patients.
Videoconferences or live home seminars. Two hours with a speaker to better understand the cultural path.
For Professionals interested in the proposed topics that wish to better evaluate the potentials of the method to register consciously.