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Free yourself from pain

When your jaw pain and tension headaches are caused by TMJ disorders, correcting the root cause with Myoaligner alleviates muscle tension and jaw pain quickly and effectively.

Eliminate headaches

That keep you up at night and linger during the day

Treat TMJ, live pain free

And end your sore jaw, neck, and back

Chew and eat with ease

Without jaw locking and clicking  noises

Tired of living with jaw pain?

Persistent jaw pain is the worst.  Misalignment of the teeth and jaw, poor facial profile, facial asymmetry, poor sleep, difficulty chewing, grinding teeth, clenching, ear pain, neck pain and headaches could all be related to what is commonly known as TMJ disorder. Don’t settle for a life with jaw pain

Why Myoaligner®?


Is Myoaligner® right for you?

If you’re dealing with one or more of these issues, you may have TMJ disorder or TMD.

Pain in the jaw, face, neck or ear

Tooth grinding and clenching

Persistent headaches

Recessed lower jaw

Jaw locking or noise in the jaw

Poor sleep

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.  To find if you’re a candidate for treatment with Myoaligner, take the quiz.

How it works...

What our patients are saying

No sharp pains and better sleep
“I had trouble eating. It got to where I would wake up many times during the night with sharp pains in my jaw.  It’s been great ever since Myoaligner treatment . I don’t have any more sharp pain and I’ve been sleeping better.”

Talk and eat anything I want
The right side of my jaw popped all the time and it drove me up the wall. With Myoaligner, I can talk and eat anything I want with no popping or problems.”

No more jaw pain
"I was referred to a TMJ dentist that made me an orthotic by Myoaligner®. Ever since, I have not experienced any pain or clicking in my jaw joints!"

  • 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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