Program in pictures
Exercises for: Sitting posture
Balanced sitting needs slightly more weight on the ischial tuberosities than on the soles.
The vertebral column is held in a vertical position by a sacral support for the pelvis.
The vertebral column is on the prolongation of the vertical stool axis.
Natural angle of aperture of thighs.
Exercises for: Finger-instrument movements
The carefully developed balanced posture (left) provides a base for controlling the working fingers.
Aim of these exercises is to avoid tense manual guidance on all mouth structures.
Exercises for: Systematic reflected and direct views
Practicing the systematic use of the dental mirror on a sophisticated device spares those twisted movements you are used to while reaching inaccessible spots in the mouth.
The purpose of this exercise is to achieve a horizontal bipupillar line within the physiologic working focus and an optimal optical convergence.
Instrument movements on teeth surfaces
Exercises for: Finger-tooth contact
Mouth structures are assigned to finger instrument movements in order to attain smooth and natural treatment movements on all tooth surfaces. The application of five movement levels enables a non - damaging posture for treatment on all mouth structures.
A body without tension and an optimal view are basic for a skilful sensori-motor performance.
Exercises for dentist-ptient-assistant cooperation
Exercises for: Operating range of the dental assistant
The operating range of the dental assistance is deduced by a "selection procedure .
The dentist needs the space from 12:00 to 10:00, the assistant from 1:00.
Exercises for: Assistance in four quadrants with the easiest movements for instrument pick up and exchange.
The dental assistant"s working area is situated in a space within reach of necessary instruments that can be reached by a 45 rotation from mouth to instrument support.