Dr Konig’s Cosmetic Dentistry Blog

Veneers vs. Crowns: Which Option Is Best for You?

When it comes to enhancing the appearance and functionality of your smile, dental professionals often recommend two popular procedures: veneers and crowns. While both options aim to improve your teeth’s aesthetic and structural integrity, they differ in a few key ways.  Understanding the benefits of veneers vs. crowns is crucial in making an informed decision that aligns […]

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Oral Health Tips for National Smile Month

National Smile Month, typically observed from mid-May to mid-June each year, highlights the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene. Proper dental care plays a crucial role in your overall health. Issues like gum disease can affect other parts of your body, highlighting dental care’s importance. By engaging in good dental practices, you fight oral health issues and

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How Does Your Airway and Breathing Affect Your Bite and Smile?

There is a reason that teeth are crooked or that ones airway is small.  There is more to health than straight teeth.  A properly functioning nasal breathing, swallowing, and tongue function truly affects the dental occlusion or bite. Having dysfunction in these areas can cause a host of problems from TMJ pain to crooked teeth to posture

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Alternatives to Jaw Surgery: Non-surgical Solutions to Jaw Alignment

Jaw surgery is not the only available solution for correcting overbites, underbites, open bites, misaligned jaws or TMJ pain.  Dr. Konig explains,” There are non-surgical ways to correct these misaligned bites from a functional and cosmetic standpoint. TMJ and sleep apnea issues can also be addressed in this manner. ”  A physiologic approach addresses these

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MoreThan Just Cosmetic Dentistry: TMJ Pain, Flared Teeth, Facial Asymmetry: Corrected Non-surgically

If you are considering cosmetic dentistry for worn teeth, crooked teeth, or have an underbite or overbite, or have TMJ pain, headaches, or clicking and popping… why would you do veneers to the same bite position that caused these problems in the first place? Often patients are advised  that their only choice of treatment is

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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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