Swallowing rehabilitation / dietary guidance
Eating and swallowing dysfunction is a syndrome that accompanies various diseases. The causes are divided into organic disorders and functional disorders, and the dentist cannot judge by himself.
Based on the results of swallowing function evaluation, swallowing endoscopy, and swallowing contrast examination, we will consult with the doctor in charge and propose swallowing rehabilitation and dietary guidance in cooperation with other occupations.
We also provide training for strengthening oral and pharyngeal functions by dental hygienists and speech therapists in visiting dentistry.
We also provide nutritional support by a registered dietitian.
Visit dental practice
At Saitama Oral Rehabilitation Dental Clinic, we mainly deal with swallowing, but we also provide home-visit dentistry for those who have difficulty in visiting a nearby dental clinic. The area that can be visited is within 16 km from the clinic, but if continuous treatment is required, we will cooperate with the Omiya Dental Clinic of the same corporation.
Main visiting dental areas
Saitama City Toda City Koshigaya City Kasukabe City Kawagoe City Hasuda City Ageo City
Kawaguchi City Tokorozawa City Koshigaya City Soka City etc.
* Medical insurance covers the partial contribution of patients for home-visit dental care.
At home and residential facilities, long-term care insurance is also applied at the same time.
In swallowing, not only the functions of organs directly related to swallowing such as the tongue, oral cavity, pharynx, and larynx, but also breathing and posture are greatly involved. Affects. Oral care and denture adjustment / positioning are the basics of general care.
Swallowing training is performed in the sitting position as much as possible. By taking the sitting position, the respiratory function required for swallowing is improved and the movement of muscles related to mastication and swallowing is also improved. In addition, oral care suppresses the growth of germs in the oral cavity, increases saliva secretion by stimulating the oral cavity, and promotes the movement of the tongue and pharynx.
Oral care: activation of consciousness, prevention of pneumonia, maintenance of taste
Range of motion training of the tongue ・ ・ ・ Strengthening bolus retention, formation, and feeding
Salivary gland massage ・ ・ ・ Promotion of saliva secretion
Throat ice massage ・ ・ ・ Improvement of induction / delay of swallowing reflex
Falsetto vocalization: Exercise of muscles around the larynx and activation of laryngeal elevation
Glottic closure training: Promotes glottic closure due to recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy
Blowing: Promotes nasopharyngeal closure
Shakia method: Strengthens the suprahyoid muscles
Cough training ・ ・ ・ Strengthening of spitting
Actually ingest food and train, prepare a pulse oximeter and aspirator with the permission of the attending physician
Thorough risk management.
Ice licking ... A small amount of water induces swallowing
Swallowing multiple times ・ ・ ・ Removes pharyngeal residue
Alternate swallowing: Remove pharyngeal residue with a good street such as jelly
Neck anteflexion: Protects the airways and prevents aspiration
Sideways swallowing: Improvement of pharyngeal passage on the extended side
Breath-holding swallowing ・ ・ ・ Strengthening glottis closure Elimination from airway by exhalation after swallowing
Nodding swallowing ・ ・ ・ If you cannot send your tongue, use the force of gravity
References Nanzando that supports eating from the mouth
Dysphagia Evaluation and Treatment
Medical and Dental Publishing Co., Ltd.
Based on the swallowing function test, we will teach you how to eat, how to eat, and how to eat with less risk of aspiration.
We will propose food forms by referring to the classification of academic societies and the classification of various long-term care foods issued by the Society of Eating and Swallowing Rehabilitation.
I made an index for raising the eating habits.
We monitor and respond to various items such as muse, fever, sputum volume, food intake, time, and so on.