Neuromuscular dentistry solves many problems
The appropriate treatment to optimise jaw occlusion can vary considerably from one patient to another. Sometimes, a simple jaw adjustment sufficent. In other cases, orthodontic treatment and dental rehabilitation with the replacement of of missing teeth are necessary. A lot of people suffer from jaw-related problems and they often do not even know it. This could be your case. If you recognise yourself in one or more of the situations stated here:
- Migraines or frequent headaches
- Abnormal dental erosion
- Teeth grinding (bruxism)
- Cracking of the jaw
- Difficulty completely opening your mouth, chewing or swallowing
- Fracture or loss of teeth
- Pain or muscular tension or ear infections
- Ear congestion, tinnitus
- Neck and back problems
- Sleep apnea
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