A Bioesthetic Dentist for your Entire Mouth

If you haven’t been to a bioesthetic dentist you may want to consider making an appointment to see one.

A bioesthetic dentist examines your teeth and gums but takes things one step further. That one step further is a complete checkup of your entire chewing system.

You see, if anything it out of alignment it will affect the way your teeth come together, your other teeth and your dental restorations.

Why Your Chewing System Matters

Dr. Mike Morris explains that the chewing system rules. In other words the way you chew, the under, over or cross bite you deal with or the problems you have been having with your temporomandibular joint can have dramatic effects on the way you chew and talk.

According to Chittenden Dental if you have a bad bite or suffer from temporomandibular joint disorder your teeth and gums and the rest of your chewing system will pay the price.

For instance, if your teeth aren’t coming together as they should and you have cosmetic dental crowns those restorations may not be able to handle it.

Bioesthetic Dentistry and Grinding

Grinding causes major issues for natural teeth; you can only imagine what grinding will do to your beautiful porcelain veneers.

While some are never aware of a problem with the chewing system there are signs that your jaw or TMJ is sitting where it should be.

Those signs include:

  • Jaw Popping and Clicking
  • Pain in the Jaw and Neck
  • Headaches
  • Clicking When Chewing Problems Talking
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Jaw Clenching
  • Problems Brushing Teeth

While some people may not have any of the above problems it is important to see your Burlington esthetic dentist on a regular basis and it’s not just to prevent cavities and gum disease.

Regular dental checkups with a Burlington bioesthetic dentist keep things in alignment. Moreover, with regular dental checkups you can be assured that your jaw and your TMJ are in good shape and stay that way.

Bioesthetic Dentist for Checkups

Dental restorations will not last forever. In fact, they may not even last five years if your TMJ isn’t functioning properly. Furthermore your expensive cosmetic dental crowns won’t fare well either.

The best way to prevent dental restoration damage is to schedule an appointment with a Burlington bioesthetic dentist. A bioesthetic dentist gets to the root of the issue fixing the problem once and for all.

If you would like more information regarding this type of dentistry call or send a direct message. Chittenden Dental is waiting, schedule an appointment with Chittenden Dental today.





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