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April 15, 2019

Physical Therapy For The TMJ

Restricted mouth opening is frequently associated with acute arthritis of the TMJ because of the painful synovitis and intra-articular effusion. Traumatic arthritis and other inflammatory joint […]
April 14, 2019

Management of Dental Occlusion (your bite)

The relationship between the dental occlusion (bite) and the function of the masticatory system (The organs and structures primarily functioning in mastication (eating), including jaws and […]
November 6, 2014

What is Restorative Dentistry?

WE DEFINE RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY as the functional, esthetic and biologic evaluation and treatment of the teeth, tissues and the temporomandibular joints (tmj’s). Years of study, management […]
June 18, 2014

Occlusal Disease – Do You Have It?

Occlusal disease is an abnormal condition of the way teeth fit together (the bite) that causes damage to the teeth and or the supporting structures surrounding the teeth. An occlusal disease condition can be a major cause of headaches (including migraines), sore, loose, fractured, broken, and worn teeth. Clenching and tooth grinding either during the day or when sleeping is a major symptom of Occlusal Disease. Tight and sore muscles of the head and neck are also symptoms of occlusal disease. Read more...