Martin vom Brocke
The Norma Classification for Mandible Size – The Morphological Maxilla as Basis for a Tooth Orthopedic Diagnosis
E-Book, 155 pages with ca. 320 illustrations
The main part of the book is the philosophical dissertation (PhD) of Martin vom Brocke (Dr. med. dent. MSc) in the subject of orthodontics or actually now more precisely dental orthopedics, evaluated summa cum laude. His work is intended as an appeal to scientists in medicine, physics, art, mathematics and other disciplines to pay attention to the phenomenon of gravitation in the future also as an orientation reference, after the author was able to use it advantageously to refute a 70-year-old questionable standard value in orthodontics with a randomized blinded study. He shows how the gravitational constant – represented by a four-dimensional harmonic growth function (zeta-4-function) – can be used to draw and diagnostically use a coupled logarithmic spiral (called a struction spiral by the author) to identify the morphological maxilla, objectify relative mandibular size, explain significantly increased tooth width variability in the mandible, and legitimize premolar occlusion as a therapeutic goal in orthodontics. So far, the author has not been able to publish his innovative and unconventional method in any classical journal of orthodontics – journals of orthodontics do not yet exist. With his book, he is appealing to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) to fund further research into his structural theories of gravity and dental orthopedics.
Martin vom Brocke
Scientific Basis of the Structural Gravitation Theory – For physicists, physicians, artists, religious people, mathematicians, economists, sociologists and all others.
E-Book, 13 pages with 10 illustrations
for free download
The author develops and substantiates the theory that gravity, one of the elementary forces in the universe, manifests itself in the human organism in so-called structural patterns (“structural theory of gravity”). In the reasoning on this connection the zeta-4-function plays a key role.
Martin vom Brocke
STRUCTION – The Harmonious Theory of Relativity
Hardcover, 126 pages with about 80 illustrations,
ISBN 978-3-945127-04-9, 10 x 7.3 x 0.5 inches; 14.4 ounces (408 g)
Is Orthodontics on the Verge of Radical Change?
To date, teeth displacement is classified according to a purely descriptive formula that dates back to 1899. Many regrets have been expressed on the lack of theoretical underpinnings for this ‘angle classification’, although a better system is yet to be found. It is precisely this gap that is now filled by the present research report from Swiss dentist, orthodontist and specialist in cephalometry, Dr. Martin vom Brocke. Here, he depicts new analytical possibilities for representing the term ‘harmonious’ through the use of convergence speeds. Taking the positional relationship of the first small molar teeth (premolars), he proposes a new dental classification that stands in a significant structural relation to the position of the ears, the chin, the nose, the eyes, tooth sizes, the occlusion, the second dentition, and the zeta4 function.
Vom Brocke’s central finding is an evolution-dependent structural adjustment phenomenon that follows the mathematically harmonious zeta functions. This phenomenon, described by the author as ‘struction’, opens up new possibilities also beyond the field of orthodontics. The research findings, obtained by vom Brocke on the basis of 350 recognised scientific publications, are supported by observations from other areas of biology and appear to be transferable to a wide range of natural growth processes.
„This impressive cephalometric investigation, which reveals fascinating numerical relationships, deserves further investigation.“
Prof. Dr. Duri Rungger (Genetics), University of Geneva.
„I would like to congratulate you on the publication of this work.“
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Arnold, Chair of Biological and Material-Scientific Foundations of Dentistry, University of Witten/ Herdecke.
„The concept and the analysis of the issues has been very successful, for which I offer my compliments.“
Prof. PhD. Theodore Eliades, University of Zurich, Director of the Clinic for Orthodontics.
Martin vom Brocke
Tooth Orthopaedia – A new Reference in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics.
Hardcover, big size 9.8 x 12.1 inch, 136 pages
Dental malformations can greatly interfere with the quality of life of the affected person. Today, orthodontists and oral surgeons can solve major orthodontic problems with different therapeutic means, however, often at the price of years of treatment, sometimes only with operations and very often at the risk that the success of therapy may not be permanent. Dr. Martin vom Brocke, a Swiss dentist and orthodontist, in his book shows new ways of treating dental malformations conservatively but, at the same time, more effectively and less expensively. In a clear, concise manner the author deals with the theoretical foundations of orthodontics, issues from the daily practice of a dentist and considerations from the patient’s point of view. The comprehensive assessment, including the latest professional literature and almost twenty years of experience in orthodontics and now ten years of experience with the therapeutic orthodontics approach he has developed form the basis of this work.