Effectiveness of dental treatment on motor function

Dental Health: Current Research.ISSN: 2470-0886

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Effectiveness of dental treatment on motor function

Mayu Suzuki

Shin Kobe Dental Clinic, Japan

: Dent Health Curr Res


I have researched the relationship between dental treatment and whole the whole-body condition. I would like to report the cases which dental treatment was effective for improvement of motor function. Case 1; A 65 year-old-woman had suffered the symptoms like rheumatism i.e. difficult to write due to swelling her fingers, difficult to grasp, knee pain, etc. She couldn’t cut vegetables with a kitchen knife and open a cap of a plastic bottle neither as she couldn’t have enough power on her fingers. After my treatment, she could cut same vegetables easily and open a cap of a plastic bottle. Case 2; A 40-year-old woman. She was an instructor of yoga. She was hard to take several poses due to stiffness. After my dental treatment, she made some poses easier. There is a close relationship between dental condition and body motor function. To perform adequate treatments for patients suffering from motor function disorders, it is necessary to co-operate dentistry with medicine.


Mayu Suzuki has completed her Graduation from Nihon University faculty of dentistry in 2000. She has worked for Shin Kobe Dental clinic since 2014.

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