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The CFU is also a conceptualization project. In fact, the fundamental data the genetics and the acquiredand the analyses and clinical findings concerning the essentiality of the mandible led us to the Three-dimensional Mandibular Concept and then to the Morpho-Functional Mandibular Rehabilitation.

But since we have to consider the whole cranio-facial entity to accomplish rehabilitation, this new concept of global Rehabilitation was given a new name: This recovery process is physiological, skeleto-muscular, gnathological and functional.

The Morpho-Functional Cranio-Facial Rehabilitation 2 (MFCFR) The « NORMAL »

Functional Centric Relation 1 st conditionre Opening and Closing movement 2 nd conditionPhysiological Occlusion 3 rd condition and Functional Chewing. These conditions constitute the normal functioning of the masticatory apparatus FAM. According to this and when one or more entity is disordered, the mastication is not normal.

The temporary or permanent treatments Dentofacial orthopedics, occlusal balancing via a mandibular guide, prosthetics, posturology,… should aim for the preservation or the reproduction of the five entities and the four conditions. Condyles shifting, Deviated and limited Opening and Closing, compensating occlusion, dysfunctional mastication. Centering, settling and guidance disorders: The following describe the details of the four conditions of the FAM Figures 2.


This is not an anatomical position, it is a skeleto-muscular position related to the five entities and to the straightest opening-closing movement second condition and reciprocally. Our diagnosis and treatment should preserve or reproduce the five entities and the four conditions of the manducation.

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Functioning of the four conditions: Isolated basal dysmorphoses Morphological occlusal dysharmonies Oro-facial functions disorders Articular centering and settling, mandibular guidance disorder: Straight Opening and Closing, compensating occlusion, dysfunctional mastication Absence of: Cranio-facial dysmorphoses Functional occlusal dysharmonies Pathological general posture Centering, settling cokrbe guidance disorders: Condyles shifting, Deviated and limited Opening and Closing, courbee occlusion, dysfunctional mastication Absence of: The Mac Collum hinge axes that pass through the medial poles of the condyles original axes in green, movement axes in blue: The pure rotation is followed by a rotation-translation movement from the OIM, to the relaxed occlusion to the maximal opening position.

The six keys of Andrews, slight curve of Spee Positive torque of the lateral sectors curve of Wilson … connected directly to the functional mastication fourth condition and reciprocally. At the cycle opening, there is the intervention of the jaw elevators, and not the jaw depressors solicited in the canine protected occlusion, and there is the dental contacts from the lateral incisor till the second molar At the cycle closing, on the palatal cusp surfaces, related directly to the criteria of the physiological occlusion figure 2.


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The Morpho-Functional Cranio-Facial Rehabilitation 2 (MFCFR) The « NORMAL »

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Fundamentals involved in prescribing restorative dental remedies. Nouveau tirage Edition Gaultier-villars Anatomic and clinical evaluation of the relation-ship between the temporo-mandibular joint and occlusion.

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