Jaw alignment issues are likely much more common than you imagine. The Boston Children’s Hospital reports that severe malocclusion affects a sizable percentage of school-aged children, roughly 10 to 15 percent. For people who grew up with jaw alignment problems, many had to deal with well-intentioned but ultimately harmful advice from parents and teachers (e.g. “Don’t hold your chin like that!”). At best, that advice just puts a Band-Aid on a much more fundamental issue. At worst, that advice … [Read more...] about Why Common-Sense Cures For Irregular Bites Are Especially Harmful
Everyone does it. You know…when no one is watching. It is wishful thinking that takes the form of face-pulling in front of a mirror. With a push on the temples, you achieve an insta-facelift. Turn sideways and use your thumb to tug on the extra skin at the neck. Lift your chin and bye-bye weak profile. The results, however, are fleeting – nothing more than playacting in front of a mirror. BUT, news flash! California dentist Dr. Sam Muslin can turn those wishes into reality. He … [Read more...] about Small Chin and Overbite Fixed by Nonsurgical Facelift
Cosmetic skin pro Dr. Tracy Mountford answers your questions on dealing with aging. A 50-year-old doesn't want surgery but wants to correct their overbite that affects the way they smile and chew. Read the full article at: www.dailymail.co.uk Painless Overbite Correction without Surgery is Possible Unfortunately the best solution to overbites was overlooked in this article, written by Dr Tracy Mountford. Overbites contribute to a multitude of physical problems and cosmetic issues … [Read more...] about My overbite affects my smile, nose and chewing – but how can I correct it without surgery?
The Institute of Medicine estimates that 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, costing the country $600 billion a year in medical treatment and lost productivity. "We need to address this in a more comprehensive and interdisciplinary way and include prevention as a very important goal,” said Dr. Phillip Pizzo, chairman of IOM’s Congress-commissioned committee charged with studying pain, its management, and potential policy changes. Dr. Sam Muslin of California – the developer of … [Read more...] about TMJ Pain and the Overbite Problem can be Corrected Together without Surgery or Braces
A dental overbite is a physical and a cosmetic concern. Lots of people have them. Many people have mild overbites that are problematic in their youth, and develop complications as the teeth wear down with age. Others suffer from pronounced skeletal malformation as a very small looking chin and short lower face along with headaches and neck pain from the get-go. Each person is different. Few people realize that this could be closely related to their chronic headaches and possibly … [Read more...] about Chronic Headaches Vanish With Breakthrough Overbite Correction Dentistry
Fixing a Severe Overbite As we grow up, we have no control over how our bite will end up forming. In Diana’s case, the bite turned out to be what is called buck teeth. Some of the problems with that, if left untreated, include: Spaces begin to form between the teeth The spaces can alter the way you speak The teeth can look unattractive The appearance of the upper lip changes because the teeth push the lip upward In addition to buck teeth, Diana had an infection in two of her teeth. … [Read more...] about Overbite Treatment – Face Lift Dentistry ®
Overbite is a dental term used to describe a bite misalignment. Technically, an overbite is the extent, measured in millimeters or as a percentage; to which there is an overlap of the upper front teeth (maxillary central incisors) over the lower front teeth (mandibular central incisors). Basically, these front teeth are used to shear or cut into food as you chew. If you’ve ever looked at your own front teeth in a mirror, you’ll notice that these teeth have no cusps, but rather sharp edges or … [Read more...] about Overbite Correction
Have you finally decided to do something about your overbite? Solid training and loads of dental experience are what overbite patients should look for in a cosmetic dentist or an orthodontist. This must be paired with a personal commitment to do your research, ask lots of questions, and be meticulous in following protocol once treatment has started. In a normal mouth, teeth are aligned so that the upper arch fits slightly over the lower teeth. The molars on the top fit into the topography of … [Read more...] about I Have an Overbite. Now What?
Overbite is a dental condition which refers to the extent of vertical overlap of the maxillary (upper) central incisors over the mandibular (lower) central incisors. It is shown in the below image 1: Overbite is not a form of teeth malocclusion. Actually, an absence or excessive overbite would become a teeth malocclusion. Overbite is usually measured in percentage and it should be approximately 20 to 30% in normal conditions. You should not get confused that overbite refers … [Read more...] about What you Need to Know about Overbite Correction
Question: Overbite correction without braces or surgery seems too good to be true, especially when you claim it can be done in less than 2 weeks. Yet the before after pictures on your website seems so convincing. Please describe the ideal candidate for a successful outcome. Skeletal Overbite or Dental Overbite Is this a cosmetic camouflage or permanent overbite correction Dr. Muslin Answers: Thank you for saying "overbite correction without braces or surgery seems to good to be true, … [Read more...] about Overbite Correction without Braces or Surgery: Who can benefit from this?