Understanding Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular pain must be treated by a trained dental professional for optimal results. You will want to see a dentist that has years of experience in this area to leave behind debilitating migraine and jaw pain.
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Did you know that up to 75% of headaches are caused by muscle tension?

Other symptoms of neuromuscular discomfort can include:

  • dizziness
  • snoring
  • ringing in the ears
  • tingling of the fingertips
  • clenching and/or grinding of teeth
  • teeth sensitivity to hot and/or cold.

The goal of the neuromuscular dentist is to relax the muscles which control the position of your jaw, to free you of pain by establishing and maintaining your optimum bite.

TMJ and neuromuscular pain must be treated by a trained dental professional for optimal results. You will want to see a dentist that has years of experience in this area to leave behind debilitating migraine and jaw pain.

Dentists use the latest technologies to diagnose and treat many types of head and neck pain through optimal bite alignment. If you suffer from discomfort that has eluded treatment, consider a complimentary consultation with your dentist. Imagine a future unhindered by pain.

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