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01 Jun

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Rectifier: the only dental-bite that balances the posture of face and body! Hard approach vs soft approach?

1 June 2018 | By |

There are many types of splints and dental bites in circulation that are used and erroneously passed off for being able to fix many different problems: nocturnal teeth gnashing, improve breathing, bites against backache, anti-stress bites, bites that improve sport performances, mouthguards, bites that improve posture etc. etc. In fact, the only dental-bite able to fix all the problems listed above is Rectifier Starecta because it has been manufactured with such features that are able to activate the mandibular leverage that pushes the skull into an ideal position and stretches the spine. In addition to that it is able to act on facial symmetry thanks to the creation of a symmetrical occlusal signal. The rectifier can be used with a Hard approach (worn all the time) or with a Soft approach (worn for few hours a day) when needed. We will try to properly understand what it is all about and which are the differences between HARD APPROACH and SOFT APPROACH. Read More

06 Apr

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The Starecta method has been introduced at the 29th Annual American Dentistry Congress

6 April 2018 | By |

The Starecta method exists in reality since many years, we did receive recognitions from many dentists, scientists and chiropractors all over the world. However, we never had the chance to introduce this method in front of a community of scientists. Read More

26 Mar

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Here is the Scientific Evidence that Body Posture Depends on Teeth and How to Solve it

26 March 2015 | By |

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This report shows that posture is a directly connected to the correlation between skull and jaw and that if your teeth are not sufficiently extruded in a symmetric way, you will most probably run into postural problems such as scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis, asymmetries and musculoskeletal twists.

In the article “Body posture depends on teeth” we have already explained the scientific theory that explains the origin of postural bio-mechanism. We have therefore seen that the skull-mandibular correlation is at the origin of such bio-mechanism and that it determines the human body posture.

We have also understood that the positioning of the skull on the jaw depends on teeth, on their symmetrical extrusion, on their position. Finally we realized that if the occlusal plane is staggered or not symmetrical a wrong skull-mandibular correlation can affect the entire body posture. Read More

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