Neuromuscular Dentistry

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k7 emg only 150x150 Neuromuscular DentistrySometimes our teeth and bite can have affects beyond our mouths. TMJ, which stands for temporomandibular joint syndrome, affects almost 11 million Americans, and can cause a whole variety of neuromuscular problems that can affect your overall health. Issues ranging from jaw pain to migraines can often be traced to issues that stem from neuromuscular issues in the mouth, and CCIND is here to help you overcome and treat those issues. CCIND offers top-of-the-line technology for treating both the effects of the TMJ and TMJ itself. You will be amazed at how many ailments you may experience on a daily basis can be treated with neuromuscular therapy for TMJ.

k7 cover shot cms emg web 300x158 Neuromuscular DentistryLuckily, most treatments for TMJ are non-surgical and non-invasive, and involve realigning the jaw in a natural way, thorough help of bite splints and mouth guards, which slowly slide your jaw back into proper placement in the same way that braces slide your teeth into placement, without the need of metal or any permanent fixtures in your mouth.

We offer the services necessary to evaluate, diagnose, and treat TMJ all here at CCIND in our neuromuscular department. Friendly staff and knowledgeable, highly-trained medical professionals are here for consultations, x-rays, diagnostic models of your mouth, teeth, and bite, and all of our corrective procedures. The following is a list of conditions that are caused by TMJ and can be treated with our non-surgical, non-invasive, long-lasting treatment options.

  • Headaches
  • readout Neuromuscular DentistryMigraines
  • Ringing in the ear
  • Diminished hearing
  • Ear congestion or crackling
  • Vertigo
  • Dizziness
  • Visual disturbances
  • Insomnia
  • Sleep apnea
  • Neck, back, shoulder, and arm pain
  • Incorrect head and neck posture
  • Problems with balance
  • p1011238 300x224 Neuromuscular DentistryTingling in the hands or fingers
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Facial pain, dull or sharp
  • Jaw pain
  • Pain behind the eyes
  • Limited jaw movement
  • Clicking or popping of the jaw
  • Clenching or grinding of the teeth
  • Bite changes
  • Worn or cracked teeth
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Fibromyalgia

The staff here at CCIND will be happy to discuss TMJ and neuromuscular dentistry with you. Please call for a consultation today.

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