TMJ Treatment

Do I Need TMJ Surgery? Consider Your Non-surgical Options

There are many non-surgical TMJ options available for patients.  In many cases from overbites to TMJ pain and facial asymmetry, there are usually many noon-surgical ways to help patients.  The CBS Horrors of TMJ Surgery, made no reference to options patients should consider in place of surgery.  These also seemed to be pretty aggressive surgeries. […]

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Is Jaw Surgery My Only Alternative to Correct My TMJ Pain or Misaligned Bites?

Many patients are not aware that there are alternate treatments to jaw surgery and years of orthodontic treatment.  There are several ways to conservatively correct overbites, underbites, and TMJ pain with much less risk than surgery. When treating TMJ and bite misalignment, Dr. Konig points out, “It is important to note that braces really just

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Bruxism & Temporomandibular Joint Disorder Treatment in Houston, TX

  What is Bruxism? Bruxism – a habit of grinding your teeth – is common among American adults. You may be grinding your teeth unknowingly, or while asleep at night. If you have been advised surgery is needed, consider other options.  Most of the time non-surgical jaw alignment is a viable option. As an experienced neuromuscular dentist

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Can My Facial Asymmetry, TMJ Headaches, and Smile be Corrected Non-surgically?

Many patients are unaware cosmetic dentistry alone will not  correct TMJ issues,  poor profiles, aging appearance, or a short lower 1/3 of the face, or even changes in the chins appearance.  Simply placing porcelain veneers can enhance the smile but not correct some of these problems. Functional Cosmetic Dentistry takes into consideration all these factors

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Treating TMJ and a Severe Overbite Non-surgically

TMJ, overbites, and open bites can be treated non-surgically. This can enhance the quality of ones life by: Eliminating TMJ pain Improving Speech Improving chewing Dramatic improvement in facial esthetics It is easy to see on these scans the differences that can be achieved. This patient presented with the following TMJ symptoms and was told

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