Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ, is a difficult condition to diagnose. If you suffer from headaches, neck and jaw pain, or ringing in the ears, among many other symptoms, you might benefit from TMJ treatment.
Sleep apnea a potentialy deadly condition that causes your breathing to stop at night. There are two main types of sleep apnea — obstructive and central — and many available treatment options that can suit your lifestyle.
Snoring isn’t something that should be joked about. Although it is sometimes treated as a nuisance or annoyance, this disruptive condition can be a sign of sleep apnea, and it can be very dangerous if left untreated.
Headaches, including migraines, are one of the most common chronic pain conditions and are often a symptom of a bad bite or jaw misalignment. Many people suffering from headaches will benefit from TMJ treatment.
New You Dentures are a great alternative to traditional dentures. They utilize the most modern materials available to ensure that you get the best look and feel possible, and they reduce the risk of developing a wrinkled or sunken-in appearance.
Crooked teeth can contribute to TMJ and other bite problems that cause serious tooth wear. They may also be responsible for your sleep apnea or snoring. Orthodontic treatment alone or in combination with reconstructive dentistry can help alleviate these problems.
Every smile makeover is custom-designed, and includes a unique approach that fits the current health and appearance of your smile, your cosmetic goals, and your limitations in terms of time and budget.
Your jaw is a complex system! If it’s not functioning properly, it can lead to TMJ, headaches, and other painful symptoms. If you suspect that your jaw system is not working together properly, a neuromuscular dentist can help.
Functional appliances are an orthodontic solution that can be valuable in the treatment of TMJ and sleep apnea. Functional appliances don’t just move your teeth, they reshape your jaws, which can help correct malocclusion and expand your airway.
Myofunctional therapy is when you use your own body muscles to assist in treating TMJ, sleep apnea, and straightening your teeth. This practice can have an amazing impact on your oral and overall health.