Online postural assessment (SPI): does your bad posture depend on teeth?

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In this report, there is the key to solving all postural problems. With an online postural assessment, your bad posture will be evaluated: if this depends on the teeth you will be provided with a tool able to solve all your postural problems.

Before doing the online postural assessment, which you will find at the end of the article, let’s try to understand what is the relationship between the teeth and the body’s posture.

It is official: bad posture depends on the teeth, but only the Starecta team has understood the exact relationship between these bone segments, which seem to be separated from each other but which actually belong to the same postural system.

These three bone segments that make up the postural biomechanical system are:

  • skull
  • jaw
  • backbone

These three segments are joined together by an intricate system of muscles called the stomatognathic apparatus. This apparatus is called the cranio-mandibular-spinal system or, more commonly, the cranio-cervico-mandibular apparatus

The most important muscles of this system are:

  • tongue
  • the muscles involved in swallowing
  • masseters and temporal muscles
  • the hyoid and digastric muscles
  • trapezoid and sternocleidomastoid scalenes
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Paradoxically, these muscles, together with the bones that make up the cervico-mandibular skull system, are the structural base on which the human being is erected and not the feet as it was mistakenly believed. They are also the most powerful muscles of our whole body because they are the muscles of mastication that are used to crush and swallow food.

If hitherto we have thought that our posture was only the answer to a genetic code now instead it has been understood that in addition to the genetic code there is also another important factor on which we can act to modify the posture of the body.

This factor depends on the cranial mandibular skull relationship and it is located right between the skull and the mandible. Thus, we can affirm that the posture of the human body depends on the teeth (link to the article).

Until today we thought that our head was held only by the first cervical vertebra, in reality, it is not so.

It is correct to say instead that our skull rests on three points, one rear and two front:

  • first cervical vertebra
  • right dental semi-arch
  • left dental semi-arch

These three points are the solid base on which the skull can rest. The skull, if properly supported on these three points, will be able to support the spine that develops below the occipital area.

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If there is a failure in the premolar and molar area the skull sinks to compress the spine that is forced to stay in a small space. In this way, biomechanical dysfunctions are generated:

  • Drooping head
  • Sagging shoulders
  • Hyper cervical lordosis
  • Hyper dorsal kyphosis
  • Hyper lumbar lordosis
  • Facial asymmetry
  • Asymmetry of the eyes, one eye higher than the other
  • Ear asymmetry
  • Asymmetry of the cheekbones, one more prominent than the other
  • Asymmetry of the mouth compared to the face
  • Deviation of the nasal septum due to being pulled by a stronger cheekbone muscle
  • Shoulder asymmetry, one shoulder higher than the other
  • High clavicles with a V shape
  • Asymmetry of the pectoral muscles
  • Arm asymmetry
  • Abdominal asymmetry
  • Asymmetry in muscle strength
  • Pelvic asymmetry
  • Asymmetry of the legs
  • Duck feet
  • Chest area compression
  • Compression of digestive and abdominal organs
  • Abdominal muscle hypertrophy
  • Pectoral muscles atrophy

If you fall into any of these biomechanical dysfunctions then you should request an online postural assessment.

At the cranial level the symptoms of incorrect posture are found in:

  • unaligned teeth,
  • jutting mandible either inwards or outwards,
  • clicks/noises to open and close the mouth,
  • dizziness,
  • trigeminal pains,
  • pain/pressure to the eyeballs
  • various hearing disorders such as a sense of itching and tinnitus.

There is a tendency to not link fatigue, cardiac arrhythmia, asthenia, depression as symptoms of postural defects and yet they are clear indications of a postural imbalance.

At the vertebral level, you can note:

  • torticollis
  • sciatica
  • lower back pain
  • dorsodynia
  • paraesthesia of the limbs
  • difficulty walking

At the joint level, the most common symptoms are:

  • joint pains
  • foot pains
  • corns and calluses
  • vare knees or valgae
  • hallux valgus
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If in addition to having postural biomechanical dysfunctions you also have these symptoms then the SPI online postural assessment becomes fundamental for your health.

Therefore, the cause of these postural problems derives from the teeth. This is why those who try the  Starecta Rectifier have countless aesthetic and symptomatic benefits. The Rectifier is the only tool able to act correctly on the posture of the human body through the teeth because it works through the activation of the mandibular lever that is able to balance the skull on the jaw and to bring it back into the correct posture.

By balancing the skull on the jaw, there will be innumerable postural benefits throughout the body.

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If you recognise yourself in this situation you can get your Starecta postural identification: an accurate postural assessment that you can receive directly online.

How do I know if my postural problems and my symptoms depend on my teeth?

If you want to ascertain whether you need the Rectifier you can request a Starecta Postural Identification.

This is an accurate online postural assessment performed through a series of photos that analyse:

  • the symmetry of the face
  • asymmetries of the body on the anterior frontal and posterior plane
  • postural dysmorphism on the sagittal plane (lordosis, kyphosis, etc.)

SPI is the only online postural assessment capable of accurately evaluating the body’s postural biomechanical condition. It is a tool that can make you aware of your asymmetries.


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