Question: Dr. Muslin, my family dentist convinced me that porcelain veneers were the best … Keep Reading... about Grey and Dull Porcelain Veneers
A few years ago, The New York Times’ Paul Sullivan told the story of a New Yorker in her early 30s who had ground her teeth for years while sleeping. Over time a number of jaw problems emerged. Her jaw began to click when she opened and closed her mouth. So, she tried jaw surgery, but to no avail. Eventually, she developed pain in her jaw. A subsequent surgical procedure gave her nerve damage, and she lost several teeth. By the time she went in for a third surgery, she’d stopped chewing on … [Read more...] about Self-Confidence and the Emotional Weight of Severe Jaw Misalignment
Smiles happen every day. People give them, receive them, or, in most cases, a little bit of both. And while you’ll almost certainly notice a shiny set of pearly whites flashed your way, you probably won’t notice the type of bite the smiler has. Bites issues are also referred to as malocclusions. A malocclusion occurs when teeth don’t properly align according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). A normal bite finds the upper teeth just slightly fitting over the bottom teeth and the … [Read more...] about Underbites and Overbites: Causes and Differences
The human body is a fascinating machine. Different parts work together to perform functions critical to daily living. The mouth certainly falls into that category. But have you ever wondered which part of the mouth does what and how they all work together? The jaw is one of the key components to a properly functioning mouth. This is how the jaw works. Mouth Configuration The jaw consists of two bones, the maxilla and the mandible, that shape a person’s mouth according to Encyclopedia … [Read more...] about How the Jaw Works
Teeth get shorter in all dimensions as the enamel erodes from the front and back and the teeth shorten from years of clenching, grinding, chewing and biting. It is a natural aging process that can be completely reversed by Anti-Aging Dentistry Read the full article at: www.faceliftdentistry.com As we get older, our teeth get shorter and we loose support for our faces. The teeth actually get shorter in all dimensions as the enamel erodes from the front and back and the teeth and the teeth … [Read more...] about Aging: Shorter Teeth and Bite Erosion
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
"This patient did not need her teeth drilled down for a bite correction but actually needed to have her teeth built up to correct her overbite and three-dimensionally get her lower jaw in a healthy position. Opening the vertical dimension is not good enough because most patients need to be able to have they lower jaw repositioned in three dimensions to improve their profile and facial proportions." Read the full article at: www.faceliftdentistry.com Chin Up – Your Weak Chin Look Could Be … [Read more...] about Your Weak Chin May Be The Result Of A Bad Bite
To American ears, British accents have power. Intelligence. Passion. Charm. Class. Sincerity. Its long vowels are the love of your favorite auntie, the gaze of your heaviest crush, the wit of your favorite professor. Americans’ love for the British accent is quite possibly the glue in one of the tightest diplomatic relationships in world history. Woe to the charlatans who twist that to their own purposes. Read the full article at: www.wired.com Changes In Your Bite Can Affect Your … [Read more...] about The Position of Your Jaw Will Affect Your Speech
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?
Good news, everyone! You can now wear your mildly discontented face with some validation. Read the full article at: edition.cnn.com All you need to do is Google 'RBF' and you'll discover exactly how real the Resting Bitch Face is. WikiPedia has a Resting-Bitch-Face page where you can read about the origin. Still not convinced? Read the New York Times RBF article: "I'm Not Mad. That's Just My RBF." 'Resting bitch face' is real’ for Men too. Dr. Sam Muslin, renowned Face Lift Dentist, … [Read more...] about Scientist say the ‘Resting bitch face’ is real. So is the ‘Grumpy old man’ look.
Botox jabs in the jaw are big business: the paralyzing effect is widely used to prevent tooth grinding, and by cosmetic doctors to slim the lower face. Read the full article about Botox and Bone Loss at: www.dailymail.co.uk Hiding the Real Problem Behind Lipstick and Botox® Botox® is just a cover-up for the real problem of a bad bite. There are side effects to almost every drug, and losing bone is particularly troublesome for patients that are taking Botox®. It has been my … [Read more...] about The Botox® Cover-up: Jabs to stop teeth grinding could eat away at your jawbone