6th Edition of International Conference on Dentistry
and Oral Health

August 11-13, 2022

August 11-13, 2022 | Online Event
ICDO 2019

Efficacy of double needle cannula arthrocentesis technique for temporomandibular joint pain and chronic closed lock disorder

Kryssa Justine D Agpoon, Speaker at Dental Scientific Meetings
Korea University Medical Center, Korea, Republic of
Title: Efficacy of double needle cannula arthrocentesis technique for temporomandibular joint pain and chronic closed lock disorder

Abstract:

Arthrocentesis is a method of irrigation and lavage within the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) with a therapeutic substance. It is usually performed by dual puncture with two needles to the joint space. Several studies have shown that arthrocentesis of the upper compartment of the TMJ may be a highly effective method to restore normal maximal mouth opening and functioning. It is a minimally invasive chair side procedure for the patients with TMJ internal derangement, closed lock and severe pain. This case report evaluated the efficacy in the management of patients with TMJ chronic closed lock as an imperative procedure to relieve patients of their symptoms

Biography:

Dr. Kryssa Justine Agpoon studied Doctor of Dental Medicine at University of the East-Manila in 2012. She then proceeded to Hospital Dentistry (Oral Surgery) Externship Program at Philippine General Hospital. She received her Master Degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Korea University, Seoul, South Korea. She obtained her Residency and Fellowship at the same institution. She further trained at University of Southern California- Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry for TMD, Myofascial pain and Oral Motor Disorder Continuing Education Mini- Residency Program. She has published more than 5 research articles in SCI(E) journals and did lectures locally and abroad about her research.

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