TMJ / Orthopedic Dentistry

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How Your Jaw Joints Affect Your Teeth

"You're as young as your spine," the yogis tell us. A supple spine allows us to perform the daily tasks of living with grace and ease - not to mention avoid the pain that comes with an inflexible spine. Balanced jaw joints could be considered as vital to dental health as a spine is to overall health.

Anti-Aging Dentistry Defined

If you’re over the age of forty and have considered cosmetic dental work, you’ll want to know some of the principles behind Anti-Aging Dentistry, also known as Midlife Dentistry. This is a protocol I developed after thirty plus years of experience and training on the best ways to ensure that cosmetic dental work lasts, does not interfere with natural chewing function, or create a structural imbalance leading to pain.

In The Beginning Was The Orthopedic Dental Exam

An exam by any other name...Is not an exam. A typical dental exam checks your teeth for cavities and your gums for disease and stops there. It doesn't include examining your jaw joints and their impact on your dental health and your overall health. This more comprehensive dental exam is important in "orthopedic dentistry," which ensures [...]

By | 2017-11-23T05:14:51-06:00 February 10th, 2011|Categories: General Dental, TMJ / Orthopedic Dentistry|Tags: , , |0 Comments