TMJ

It Takes a Village to Treat TMJ

Hippocrates, the father of western medicine, believed that the human body is more than just a collection of parts. He advocated treating medical problems by looking at the health of the whole body rather than focusing on the individual body part where the problem manifests. Just as Hippocrates said, your treatment for temporomandibular joint disorder
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By |May 20th, 2015|TMJ|Comments Off on It Takes a Village to Treat TMJ

TMJ Symptoms Mimic Seasonal Allergies

As winter transitions into spring, you may find yourself developing facial pain, earaches, headaches, and dizziness. These are all common symptoms of allergies. If you develop these symptoms, it is important to monitor any increase in discomfort and pay attention to how long your symptoms last. If your symptoms worsen over time or do not
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By |March 25th, 2015|TMJ|Comments Off on TMJ Symptoms Mimic Seasonal Allergies

Strickland FOY Dentures™ Can Protect From TMJ

Choosing the best dentures to suit your mouth impacts more than just how you look. Some people settle with generic dentures to fill their mouth because they are less expensive than quality dentures. Although your budget is important, settling for lower quality dentures will cause you more harm than good. If you choose generic dentures,
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By |March 18th, 2015|Dentures, TMJ|Comments Off on Strickland FOY Dentures™ Can Protect From TMJ

Blog Entry dated 8/31/10 6:21 PM

Cosmetic Dentures are more than better denture teeth!

Years ago, I heard someone talking about riding in really good sports car.  They talked about how different the feel was from riding in a Mustang.  Since I have never ridden in a Lamborghini and probably never will, I will always have to wonder what the difference
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By |August 31st, 2010|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental, Mouthguards PPM, sleep apnea, TMJ|Comments Off on Blog Entry dated 8/31/10 6:21 PM

Low Choline Levels In Pregnant Women Raise Babies’ Risk For Brain And Spinal-cord Defects, Study Shows

Low Choline Levels In Pregnant Women Raise Babies' Risk For Brain And Spinal-cord Defects, Study Shows.

Good study with a large population pool.  Choline is a building block that is "essential" for good nerve development in babies and especially during pregnancy.  Note that they recommend that you get your Choline from your diet.  However,
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By |August 17th, 2009|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental, Health and Nutrition, sleep apnea, TMJ|Comments Off on Low Choline Levels In Pregnant Women Raise Babies’ Risk For Brain And Spinal-cord Defects, Study Shows
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