To establish if you are truly suffering with TMJ disorder, a particular area of dentistry can pinpoint and remedy the problem –
Traditional dentistry assumes your current bite is right for you. Neuromuscular dentistry goes far beyond basic dentistry to reveal disparities with the ideal relaxed…LEARN MORE
Neuromuscular Dentist Dr. Ban Barbat is uniquely qualified to treat TMJ disorders. When the jaw joints are misaligned or strained due to bite misalignment, it affects the muscle…LEARN MORE
Neuromuscular dentistry is based on the understanding that all cranio-facial structures must work harmoniously during chewing, speaking, and in resting positions. Disharmony in one area typically extends to another, and then another. The structures involved include the
temporo-mandibular joints(TMJ), muscles, bones, nerves and teeth. Without a unified flow among all structures, the eventual results can be severe.
The problems can be far-reaching and result in potentially costly repairs such as: