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Having facial or jaw pain spreading to the neck or shoulders? Suffering from ear pain like ringing in the ears (tinnitus) or hearing loss? Hear sounds when the joints move such as clicking, grating, and popping. Or your mouth is swelling on a single side?Jaw locking in a wide open position (Indicating that it is dislocated), or it may not open fully at all? Difficulty in swallowing?
Having a headache and dizziness that is leading to vomit or nausea?
It is called “TMJ Syndrome” (Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome) and it has many causes such as:
Trauma is divided into Microtrauma and Macrotrauma.
– Microtrauma is internal. Grinding the teeth (Bruxism) and clenching (jaw tightening). Hammering on the temporomandibular joint change the alignment of the teeth. If muscles get involved it causes inflammation of the membranes surrounding the joint. Rubbing and pressing on your teeth are habits that may be diagnosed in people who have pain in the temporomandibular joint or have facial pain that includes the muscles involved in chewing.
– Macrotrauma is an impact accident. Can break the jawbone. cause dislocation of the TMJ. Damage the cartilage disc of the joint. Pain in the TMJ can be brought on by dental work whereby the joint is stretched open for extended periods of time. Massage and heat application can be helpful after the dental procedure.
Osteoarthritis: The jaw joint is prone to arthritic changes. These changes are sometimes caused by a breakdown of the joint or the usual wear and tear of normal aging. The degenerative joint disease causes a slowly progressive loss of cartilage and formation of new bone at the surface of the joint. Cartilage destruction is a result of several mechanical and biological factors rather than a single entity. Its prevalence increases with repetitive microtrauma or macrotrauma. As well as with normal aging immunologic and inflammatory diseases contribute to the progression of the disease.
Rheumatoid arthritis causes inflammation in joints and could affect the TMJ. As it progresses. The disease can cause a destruction of cartilage, erode bone, and eventually cause joint deformity. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. It causes disease in a variety of organs with features of persistent joint inflammation. It occasionally affects the TMJ, especially in young children.
Other causes of TMJsyndrome include infection of the joint, cancer, and bone deformity that occurs at birth.
TMJ has many treatment options. For chronic TMJ syndrome includes a dentist, ENT surgeon, pain specialist, physiotherapist, and a primary care physician. Modalities used to relieve pain and restore the function of the TMJ may include the use of splints, physical therapy, psychological counseling, acupuncture, hypnotherapy, and arthrocentesis.While treating bruxism, the doctor may fit you with a splint or bite plate which is a plastic guard that fits over your upper or lower teeth, much like a mouth guard in sports. It can help reduce clenching and teeth grinding, especially if worn while sleeping. This will ease muscle tension. The splint should not increase your pain and if it does, do not use it! Surgery is never the first choice treatment for TMJ syndrome. Arthrocentesis entails the use of a needle to clean and irrigate the joint. During the procedure, the surgeon may inject a local anesthetic or asteroid into the joint. Arthroscopy surgery is done when there is suspicion of an internal problem with the TMJ. It does require anesthesia and has a high success rate in resolving pain.Anyone with chronic TMJ syndrome is referred for physical therapy that helps restore joint mobility increasing muscle strength, and relieve pain.
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Tooth decay, or dental caries, are yellow or dark spots found on your tooth that can cause you pain and difficulty while eating, comes from food with carbohydrates like soda, cake, candy, cereal and all sugary that stays on your teeth turns bacteria in your mouth into acids. The bacteria, food debris, acid, and saliva combine to form plaque which holds on to the teeth. The acids in plaque dissolve the enamel, creating holes and signs of the cavities!
When you see signs of a cavity, directly contact your dentist to fix it because if a cavity is not treated it will destroy a good part of the tooth and if a lot of the tooth is gone, only a dental crown can restore it!
If the decay’s bacteria reach the pulp chamber, it will become irritated and infected because this is where the blood vessels and the nerve is located and this case will lead to an abscess, which can be very painful and only a root canal can fix it, probably followed by a crown for a final restoration! And if you do not care about treating your teeth… It will cause you a much bigger problem where the cavity damages too much of your tooth, and unfortunately, it will need to be extracted.
Well, Root canal treatment at Smile infinity clinics is a virtually pain-free way to eliminate the often agonizing pain of an infected or highly inflamed tooth and may help to prevent worsening pain or infection. It is a highly skilled area of dentistry and generally using the laser to complete an EndoLase procedure which provides very conservative treatment of the anatomy of the inside of the tooth, that is why Laser Endo and Microscopic Endo are options at our clinics for conservative treatment and best results.
A dental microscope is at its core an optical instrument, which allows the dentist to see enhanced details in order to work as precisely as possible. Therefore, there should be no compromise concerning the optical components. Only superior optical quality with excellent clarity offers high resolution, large depth of field, and maximum light transmission. This is indispensable for a successful root canal treatment as the root canals are in most cases not rectilinear and have cavities and tiny ramifications, which are difficult to detect without high magnification and depth of field. Accurate color representation is also required for easy differentiation of anatomical details.
Today, videos and images play an ever-increasing role in the dental practice for many reasons.
Firstly, during a procedure, live on-screen video can help the assistant to support the dental surgeon.
Secondly, a video is a useful training tool either during or post-treatment, additionally, it can be shared with the wider dental community online or at seminars.
Thirdly, video can support patient relationships and trust, as the dentist can show the patient what he sees which take them through the steps of a procedure and thus include them in consultation and treatment.
Finally, video and images can be included in a patient’s file for more thorough documentation and to facilitate easy review. Ease of transfer to a practice documentation system and the ability to save different file formats are therefore further key considerations.
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Works by transmitting an intense beam of light energy with an “end-cutting” form. It is used for surgical and dental procedures, with no anesthesia, no pain and it is safe for adults and children. This is the first laser breaking the speed barrier with the fastest cutting while offering extremely superior clinical results and painless procedures.
Patient having anesthesia
Avoiding drilling in many cases with no anesthesia, reducing anxiety in patients uncomfortable with the use of dental drills, decreasing bleeding and swelling, preserving more the health of each tooth during cavity removal, it is safe to be used on pregnant women as well! Surgical procedures are more precise, reducing symptoms and healing time. So these are definitely some big advantages!
Did you ever wish you had absolutely perfect teeth? Super straight and super white resulting in a simply dazzling smile? Well, NOW it’s Possible!
Porcelain lenses are a quick, effective solution when it comes to perfecting your smile!
Anyone with stained, crooked, oddly shaped, or unevenly spaced teeth could benefit from a smile makeover procedure. Getting veneers placed usually requires two visits, with No Anesthesia, Drilling, or Pain.
During and after SmileInfinity technique
What makes them unique is that they’re super-thin, about as thick as one of your contact lenses.
These Porcelain lenses save the healthy tooth structure.
Porcelain lenses have many benefits
Durability – Last more than 15 years
Custom-made – Shape, and shade of the lens
Natural-looking – Look like your natural teeth.
Stain resistant – will preserve their original color
Porcelain lenses are very thin pieces that fit over the front of your teeth. They can cover permanent stains and minor misalignment, small chips, and cracks. This is a minimally invasive procedure that requires ONLY Two Visits. Your lens will be made to closely match the natural shade of your teeth.
Perhaps you have tried to get rid of the problem yourself by using
These may cover up the problem for a while after using them but they will not get rid of the problem completely. Also, sometimes the problem may be chronic halitosis. Which means that the problem goes away only to reappear again after a while.
A Halimeter is an instrument for measurement of the level of volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) in the mouth. Is a small machine that is used to take a reading of your breath. which is an approximate measurement of the “bad smell” gases Halimeter will be able to get to the root of the problem of bad breath.