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INTRODUCTION ON TMJ

I would like to share this video about TMJ with you.
It is the best explanation I have ever seen.
Done by a friend of mine, Dr. Curtis Westersund in Calgary.

TMJ DISORDER THERAPY

TMJ DISORDER THERAPY

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS:

  • Headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Pain in the Face or Jaw
  • Muscle Pain in Head and Neck
  • Difficulty Biting or Chewing
  • Jaw Popping of Clicking
  • Limited Jaw Opening
  • Changes in the Way Your Bite Feels
  • Grinding or Clenching of Teeth
  • Sleep Disorders

DIAGNOSIS (DENTAL CSI):

Diagnosis begins with a comprehensive history such as symptoms, how often, duration and/or original cause. There may have been trauma during growth and development, slips and falls, auto accidents or blows to the head or neck. Are there missing teeth, worn down teeth, a bite discrepancy, grinding and clenching, stress or bad posture?

TREATMENT:

Dental Neuromuscular Orthotic is a special mouthpiece used to position your jaws and teeth to take pressure off the TM Joint and allow chronically spastic muscles to relax and heal. Treatment also includes muscle and posture therapy, stress reduction and sleep evaluation.

DIAGNOSIS (DENTAL CSI):

Diagnosis begins with a comprehensive history such as symptoms, how often, duration and/or original cause. There may have been trauma during growth and development, slips and falls, auto accidents or blows to the head or neck. Are there missing teeth, worn down teeth, a bite discrepancy, grinding and clenching, stress or bad posture?

TREATMENT:

Dental Neuromuscular Orthotic is a special mouthpiece used to position your jaws and teeth to take pressure off the TM Joint and allow chronically spastic muscles to relax and heal. Treatment also includes muscle and posture therapy, stress reduction and sleep evaluation.

Many times, diagnosis of TMJ Disorders is not considered and is overlooked. NIH estimates that 5-10% of the population have TMJ Disorders that would benefit from treatment.



Medicare and most insurance carriers may have some coverage for TMJ & Sleep Apnea Therapy. In-office financing and payment options are available.