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Dental problems in wind instrument playing

M. H. Porter

Dental problems in wind instrument playing

by M. H. Porter

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Published by British Dental Association in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Twelve articles first published as a series in the British dental journal. Vols 123 and 124. October 17 1967 to April 2 1968.

Other titlesBritish dental journal.
StatementM.H. Porter.
ContributionsBritish Dental Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination55p. :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19403966M
ISBN 100950312762

History of dentistry – Dental instrument book list. or call us on to request the items. Author Title Publisher, Date Shelfmark Bennion, E Antique Dental Instruments Sotheby's Publication London, D BEN Scientific Instrument Symposium, Amsterdam, October Rodopi Amsterdam, W 26 CLE. Embouchure (English: / ˈ ɒ m b u ˌ ʃ ʊər / ()) or lipping is the use of the lips, facial muscles, tongue, and teeth in playing a wind includes shaping the lips to the mouthpiece of a woodwind instrument or the mouthpiece of a brass word is of French origin and is related to the root bouche, 'mouth'.Proper embouchure allows instrumentalists to play their.

Dental Instruments For Sale |We are the Manufactures,suppliers and the seller of dental instruments,Dental Tools, surgical instruments,Dentist Tools, medical instruments,Find all your dental instruments at premium instruments. On any wind instrument spit is a fact of life. You will notice that larger wind instruments have a spit valve, and regularly empty it (sometimes on your shoes!) There really isn't a good way to keep your body from making more spit, and you want to shape your embouchure for good sound rather than worrying about spit related concerns.

acoustical elements of the wind instrument–player sys-tem: (i) a source of air at positive pressure, (ii) a vibrating element, usually an air jet, a reed or the player's lips, (iii) the downstream duct, i.e. the bore of the instrument and (iv) the upstream duct, comprising the player's airway.   Advice on Wisdom Teeth Removal and Playing Instruments. Updated on Septem Playing an instrument requires a variety of muscles not used for eating and such. Give her mouth a significant amount of time for healing before trying an audition! Then the surgery will be more difficult. As a dental professional I tell my patients.


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Single-reed instruments--Restorative dentistry. Porter by: 5. Any musician playing a horn or reed instrument realizes that the mouth is a very important part in the formation of proper sound. To musicians, the pursing of the lips in the case of a brass horn (ie trumpet, trombone, French horn,etc) or position of teeth and lips in the case of a reed instrument (ie clarinet,oboe, saxaphones,etc) is call.

As a result, it has been impossible to advise patients with any certainty about the potential effects of playing a wind instrument on the occlusion.

According to Proffit’s equilibrium theory, the position of the teeth depends on forces exerted from the tongue and lips, forces from the dental occlusion, forces from the periodontal membrane.

The Claim: Playing a Wind Instrument Causes Respiratory Infection. By Anahad O’Connor. ; there have been numerous case reports of lung problems linked to instruments.

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5/5(5). All the wind-instrument players who started orthodontic treatment had to reestablish their embouchures and essentially learn to play their instruments again. Brass players generally seemed to suffer more adverse effects from wearing braces than woodwind players did, but many students reported difficulty in playing high and low notes.

Strayer, 12 a professional bassoonist and orthodontist, was the first author to propose, based on observation, that playing a wind instrument can affect the position of the teeth and therefore cause or correct a malocclusion.

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