YOU SUFFER FROM:
This is what’s called a craniomandibular dysfunction.
NEUROMUSCULAR DENTISTRY CAN HELP YOU
The goal is to find your ideal jaw (mandible) position so that your masticatory and postural muscles
(neck and back) are at rest and your problems disappear. To do this, neuromuscular dentistry makes
use of electromyography, sonography, and computer software (K7).
Once the position of your mandible is balanced, it is possible to attach prosthetic elements so that you maintain this position and are relieved of your former complaints of pain and tooth deterioration.
What is TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)?
Neuromuscular dentistry is based on the deep relaxation of facial muscles with the use of TENS. The term TENS is used frequently, but in the context of neuromuscular dentistry, we focus on electrical muscle stimulation at a very low frequency. This safe, battery-operated machine stimulates the muscles with mild electrical pulses delivered by nerve pathways. This stimulation causes an involuntary contraction of the muscles controlling the trigeminal (V) and facial (VII) cranial nerves.