August 6th is National Fresh Breath Day. Ironic, somewhat, that this day occurs in August, which is also National Coffee Month – and coffee, as we all know, can leave the breath less than desirable. In fact, many things that we put into our mouths can make the breath smell bad.
Some of the worst... Read More
Mouth breathing dries the oral cavity. This can, in turn, result in chronic bad breath and persistent dry mouth. It can also increase risks for gum disease, cavities, and general oral discomfort. Mouth breathers tend to have swollen and red gum tissue, likely a result of excessive drying and a loss... Read More
Articles about sleep apnea and TMJ pain can be found throughout literature with hundreds of scientific studies. There is a connection. Interestingly, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), released clear and concise information regarding sleep apnea, stating that sleep apnea has become a national... Read More
There are many signs of TMJ and Bad Bite issues that are very often overlooked. Patients do not have to have tmj pain in the jaw joints to have significant problems that range from:
1) Neck or cervical pain or alignment
2) Poor Body Posture
3) Teeth Misalignment
4) Snoring or Airway issues
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Can TMJ be treated without surgery? Indeed. And in this short video, Patty, one of our patients, discusses the popping in her jaw that brought her into our office, and the nonsurgical TMJ treatment that produced lasting relief.
To learn how we can help you address your TMJ without surgery, please... Read More
The TMJ and Neck Connection
Those truly involved in treating TMJ pain and facial pain are very aware that neckaches and headaches are common complaint and problem with these patients. There are many issues that can cause TMJ dysfunctions.
Many of these are occlusally (bite) related. Whether a... Read More
Can Myofunctional therapy be an effective treatment for TMJ? In this short video, one of our patients discusses her experience with headache relief following Myofunctional therapy along with other benefits her treatment has facilitated.
If you struggle with chronic head pain or any of the other... Read More
Cosmetic Dentistry is an artform that can be used in many ways to create more youthful and natural smiles. Using porcelain veneers artistically is one aspect of creating smiles that look and feel good. Simply placing a monochromatic colored veneer will not create a beautiful smile.
Short Teeth... Read More
Dental Implants come in all sizes and shapes and there are more than 100 implant companies in the country. All this creates a conundrum for consumers especially since many dentist advertise that they are dental implant specialists. Not only is this not true but it is against the law. The... Read More
June is National Headache & Migraine Awareness Month, an effort of the National Headache Foundation to raise awareness of different types of headaches and to support further research into effective cures. If you struggle with frequent headaches, Houston neuromuscular dentist Dr. Ronald Konig... Read More
Disclaimer: The information throughout this cosmetic dentistry website is not intended to be taken as medical advice. The information provided by Ronald W. Konig, DDS, FAGD, LVIF, FIAPA is intended to provide general information regarding cosmetic, sedation, and neuromuscular dentistry including dental bonding, porcelain veneers, tooth whitening and TMJ treatment for residents of Houston, The Woodlands, Katy, Galveston, Sugar Land, Baytown and nearby areas in Houston. If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us today for a personal consultation.