Neuromuscular Dentistry: everything you need to know!

Jaw Clicking? – Repeating Headaches or Migraines? – Dizziness? – Ear Aches or Congestion? – Non-specific Facial Pain? – Numbness of Finger Tips and Arms? – Clenching and Grinding of Teeth? – Toothaches? – Breaking of Teeth and Crowns? – Pain Behind the Eyes? – Postural Problems?

Have you suffered any of these symptoms or similar for years with no explanation?

Perhaps you regularly go to a physio or chiropractor and find there is no improvement?

Neuromuscular Dentistry could be the answer!

Neuromuscular dentistry is an advanced dental treatment philosophy intended to correct a misalignment of the jaw at the temporomandibular joint. Temporo Mandibular Disorder (TMD) is often the unknown cause of a whole range of cascading issues involving jaw, face, neck and back pains, discomforts and irregularities.

Correcting TMD by realignment of the jaw, jaw muscles and teeth to a harmonious position can be achieved via dental procedure, and can be affective in amending the associated symptoms of TMD. An adjusted alignment of jaw position can even improve sportsmen’s performance, and dental health has been directly linked to heart disease.

Many patients don’t realise that other health issues can be related to your dental health, and have spent many years (and dollars) on different specialists; investigating the source of their issues without any success.

Advanced Dental Artistry Perth – Neuromuscular Dentistry Experts

The realignment of the jaw requires a neuromuscular dentist to use advanced techniques such as Sonography, Electromyography, Electrognathography, Kinesiography and Transcutaneous Electro-Stimulation – medical terms for procedures and techniques designed to measure the exact positioning and movements of the jaw, and help determine what adjustments need to be made to create the ideal, harmonious resting position.

Dr Adrian Kat from Advanced Dental Artistry Perth is one of the few dentists in Western Australia with the training, experience and equipment required to effectively perform neuromuscular dentistry procedures. Dr Kat and the ADA team have used this experience to help countless patients become symptom-free after years of ongoing issues, and feel the obligation to inform everyone about opportunities for this exclusive dental service…

Free Consultation Offer!

If you’re reading this thinking you may be one of the many clients in recent times who have found relief from ongoing symptoms in neuromuscular dentistry – please don’t hesitate to contact us at Advanced Dental Artistry Perth.

We offer a complimentary first visit to discuss and analyse dental treatment options, share specific information and answer any questions you may have regarding our neuromuscular dentistry capabilities.

Call us today on 1800 SMILING, or contact us online – we welcome all enquiries!

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