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Improve your Health, Function, Beauty

Myoaligner® is a non-invasive, innovative system cleared by FDA for treatment of Migraine Headaches, TMJD (Temporo Mandibular Joint Disorders), Tension Headaches, Tooth Grinding, Clenching and protection of teeth against grinding.


 The innovative CAD/CAM technology makes Myoaligner Devices virtually invisible in the mouth, supports the jaw in optimal relaxed position, so patients can enjoy the benefits around the clock day and night.  

Talk to your dentist today to see if you are a candidate!

Did you know that The way teeth mesh together could lead to:

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Poor Jaw Alignment

Poor tooth alignment could potentially results in poor jaw alignment, less attractive facial profile, retracted chin, accelerate aging of the face, poor facial symmetry, nasal deviation, forward head posture and even  neck and back pain

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Difficulty Breathing

A narrow smile or a small upper jaw could potentially retract the lower jaw towards the throat, minimize tongue space,make swallowing difficult, partially close upper airway, trigger mouth breathing, interrupt quality sleep and lead to a cascade of issues including brain fog and memory loss in adults and children.

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Pain and headaches

Spasm of the chewing muscles that expend from the temples into the neck is often associated with a poor bite alignment or crooked teeth which could lead to poor neck alignment, TMJ noise or damage, tooth grinding, clenching and poor overall body function and posture.

It's all connected...

Changes in the facial symmetry, persistent headaches, jaw pain, jaw noise, ear pain, difficulty chewing, neck pain, poor posture and poor sleep can affect patients both physically and mentally.  Myoaligner is committed to bringing  awareness to patients and dentists, so they understand the intimate connection between Occlusion (bite) , breathing, sleep disorders and TMJ disorders.  Unless your dentists completed extra training after dental school, they might not know that many of the symptoms that you experience, could be traced back to the mouth and treatable with noninvasive and functional solutions.

A good Jaw Alignment

Could positively impact...

Don't delay your consultation any longer!

If you’re dealing with one or more of these issues, you may suffer from a poor jaw alignment, even if you have straight teeth.

Pain in the jaw, face, neck, ear or hip

Tooth grinding and clenching

Persistent or intermittent migraine headaches

Recessed lower jaw or narrow upper jaw

Jaw locking, noise or limited jaw movement

Poor sleep & accelerated aging

What’s TMJ disorder?

TMJ disorder is often referred to pain in your jaw joints (the temporomandibular joint), noise or locking in the joints and spasm in the facial and neck muscles that control your jaw alignment.  


There are many reasons which can cause the jaw to be out of alignment, but the most common one is a bad bite or the way teeth mesh together which compresses the lower jaw in the joint. 


If you’re suffering from jaw pain, ear fullness, neck ache, or grinding and clenching teeth, you may have TMJ disorder. 

How it works...


Find a trained dentist near you

Search our list of trained dentists who completed post doctorate Continued Education, approved by the Academy of General Dentistry, schedule a consultation for clinical evaluation, treatment plan, cost, risks, and benefits



Your dentist will complete your exam, take the necessary radiographs, digital dental impressions (molds) of your teeth, determine your optimal occlusion and  jaw alignment and present you with treatment options and alternatives.

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Collaboration between you and your dentist is the key to optimal results.  Make sure you are fully informed of all treatment options and always start with least invasive treatment options that gives you the most ideal outcome.  


What patients are saying

“I feel healthier.”
“I had trouble eating. It got to where I would wake up many times during the night with sharp pains in my jaw. Life has been great ever since treatment. I don’t have pain, I can chew nuts, vegetables, and steaks. I’ve been sleeping better and waking up with mental clarity and energy to go about my daily life.”

“My face is more attractive.”  
“After I was done with braces, I had straight teeth, but my lower jaw still looked retracted. I was  told me that my only option was jaw surgery.  Improving the shape  of my teeth  improved my smile and  my facial profile.  I love that my chin looks more forward now"


“I have more energy & strength.”
"I did not realize how the way my teeth meshed together was causing  muscle tension and misalignment of the jaw joints and my spine.  Having my bite fixed gave me more strength to work out and stay active which in turn will help me stay healthy long term. "

  • Why Myoaligner®?
    Myoaligner® was developed by a dentist who struggled with consequences of a bad bite as a patient. Her passion lead to developing a simple method to make treatment more accessible and affordable for patients. The innovative segmented feature of Myoaligner® takes minimal space in the mouth compared to the existing full arch designs, and can be used to cover just a few teeth or the entire dental arch as recommended by the dentist. No shaving and alterations of the teeth are needed, making Myoaligner® on of the most non-invasive options available in dentistry today for improving the tooth shape and size.
  • Is Myoaligner® safe?
    Unlike most dental prosthesis that are made in non regulated dental labs, all products made by Myoaligner®are fabricated with FDA cleared dental Materials and manufactured in US based, FDA complaint dental facilities to assure the highest level of quality and patient safety.
  • How long is the duration of the treatment?
    The type and length of treatment depends on the diagnosis, treatment goals and the specific treatment that your dentist recommends. Be sure to ask your dentist about the prognosis and the estimated length of treatment during the consultation appointment.
  • Is treatment covered by insurance?
    Depending on the diagnosis and treatment recommended by your trained dentist, either medical or dental insurance can be billed to cover treatment fully or partially. Please keep in mind that insurance benefits, co- pays and deductibles vary per individuals and may even be different for 2 employees working for the same company. Once your provider provides the right diagnostic and treatment codes, be sure to contact your insurance to get more details on your plan.
  • How much does the treatment cost?
    The cost of treatment can vary per patient, the severity of the problem, and the comprehensive treatment that the provider provides. Your provider can give you an estimate after the initial consultation appointment.
  • What if a patient is not satisfied with treatment?
    They need to contact the treating dentists to explore modification, other treatment options, or possibly referrals to other specialty providers. It's best to start with the least invasive options before committing to non-reversible treatment options.
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