Improve your Health, Function and Beauty
At Myoaligner® we believe in bridging the "the gap between medical and dental" to provide optimal long-lasting results. We empower dentists with PACE approved education and non-invasive solutions to complex problems that are rooted in the mouth.
Latest research has concluded that the way your teeth mesh together can lead to:
Poor Jaw Alignment
Can lead to poor facial profile, retracted chin, accelerate aging of the face, poor facial symmetry, nasal deviation, forward head posture and neck pain
A narrow upper jaw or a deep bite can retract the lower jaw towards the throat, minimize tongue space, partially close upper airway, trigger mouth breathing, interrupt quality sleep and cause brain fog in adults and children
Headaches and Pain
Spasm of the chewing muscles that expend from the temples into the neck can lead to poor neck alignment, TMJ noise or damage, tooth grinding, clenching and poor overall posture
Ready to optimize your overall health?
Persistent headaches, jaw pain, jaw noise, ear pain, difficulty chewing, neck pain, poor posture and poor sleep can affect you both physically and mentally. Our dentists get extra training in understanding the connection between Occlusion, TMJ disorders and breathing. Unless your dentists completed extra training after dental school, they might not know that many of these problems can be traced back to the mouth and treatable with noninvasive solutions.
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
GET AN EVALUATION
Your dentist will complete your exam, take the necessary radiographs, digital dental impressions (molds) of your teeth, determine your optimal jaw alignment and present you with a treatment plan.
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.