TMJ

Changing the Jaws Vertical Dimension

The lower jaw is a horseshoe-shaped bone balanced in space by two joints, which communicate in the skull’s related sockets. During aging, or in some cases following particular disturbing circumstances, the vertical association between the jaws diminishes, and an “over closed bite” is the outcome. There is a decrease in the “roof” of the mouth.

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7 Myths and Facts About Root Canals

You may have heard a few stories about root canals, and these may leave many with unnecessary anxiety. Just the mere mention of this term causes some to shiver. Why did this particular procedure get classed as so scary to the layperson? Should you be scared of a root canal? To help you find out

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