Full-Mouth Rehabilitation for Health and Appearance
Oral health can have a major impact on a person’s life beyond what regular cleanings and the occasional filling can address. Many patients who’ve been confronted with injury, illness, bite problems, and general wear and tear can have serious problems that they don’t even realize began with their smile. Bruxism (tooth grinding), TMJ, crooked or misshapen teeth, and even missing teeth may combine and lead to headaches and migraines, toothaches, problems with bad breath, and an unattractive appearance. But you don’t have to put up with this.
Neuromuscular dentistry consists of specific treatments that deal with your jaw joints and the way your teeth mesh together. Many people with these types of problems clench their teeth while sleeping, which can lead to damaged teeth or dental work. It does no good to get a beautiful new smile that will be ruined by a bad bite. We would all prefer your teeth last a lifetime! If you have pain in your temples or jaw muscles, or maybe suffer from earaches, headaches, or difficulties with your jaw locking up or making popping sounds, you may benefit from neuromuscular dentistry techniques.
We will discuss your concerns, symptoms, and treatment goals. After taking digital X-rays, photos, and imprints of your smile, we will present treatment options to address your issues to attain a healthy, pain-free, beautiful smile. We can also discuss phased treatment and financial options that will bring your dream smile within reach.