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 … [Read more...] about Chronic Headaches Vanish With Breakthrough Overbite Correction Dentistry
There’s no doubt about it. Santa Monica’s bite reconstruction dentist, Dr. Sam Muslin, is garnering a lot of attention. His website gets more than 1,000 visitors a day, and tens of thousands of people have watched his YouTube videos about optimized bite correction that improves the shape of the patients face. Patients fly in from London, Paris and Singapore for treatment. More … [Read more...] about Best Dentist Santa Monica
The office of Dr. Sam Muslin, the “Father of Facelift Dentistry,” makes educating the public a priority. “Informed patients are better patients,” says Dr. Muslin, , who advocates a total health long-term approach in his anti-aging Face Lift Dentistry® practice. His goal is to optimize the biologic potential of each of his patients. “Taking care of the teeth, gums, jaw joint … [Read more...] about Reasons for Jaw Bone Loss and Its Impact on Oral Health
Jaws can be a real pain in the – well, neck. And, we’re not talking about sharks! More than 321 million people currently live in the United States, 10 million of whom suffer from some degree of temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder (TMJD), states The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, an arm of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Younger … [Read more...] about TMJ Pain – Three Things You Need to Know
LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) AUGUST 04, 2015 Prominent West Coast dentist Dr. Sam Muslin, the developer of the non-invasive Anti-Aging Face Lift Dentistry® method and VENLAY® Restorations says he is not surprised by the attention he is getting from both peers and patients who are seeking non-invasive alternatives to treat bite and profile correction. “Today’s consumers want timely … [Read more...] about Face Lift Dentistry® Niche on Fire Thanks to Los Angeles Developer Dr. Sam Muslin
Onychophagia, or nail biting, is a fairly common nervous habit that most commonly occurs in childhood, though many adults also suffer from it. Considered an obsessive-compulsive disorder, this activity can damage your teeth. Nail biting can potentially result in alveolar destruction, crowding, rotation, malocclusion, or attrition of the incisors. Read the full article … [Read more...] about Biting your nails is bad for your teeth
Flossing is probably the biggest habit that everyone knows they should do, but seldom follow through. However, if you don't floss there's a much higher chance of suffering from tooth decay, gingivitis and many other health complications. Food gets stuck between our teeth and that causes plaque build-up. If left alone for only 24 hours, plaque can harden into tartar which can … [Read more...] about Are your teeth clean enough?
Many people suffer tooth sensitivity due to a loss of enamel, which leaves the porous dentine exposed and vulnerable. A new material has been created that could potentially replace natural enamel and protect teeth. The product, made from calcium and phosphorous, has been tested on dog's teeth with promising results. Read the full article here: Durable biomaterial … [Read more...] about New material could replace lost enamel for stronger teeth
Chronic periodontitis is an inflammatory gum disease that causes tooth loss. Recently University of Granada researchers have found a close link between the disease and heart attack severity. A total of 112 patients who had experienced a heart attack were examined by researchers with a series of health checks and tests, including cardiological, biochemical and periodontal. … [Read more...] about Heart attack severity associated with inflammatory gum disease
If you're a smoker you're likely tired of reading about all the harm smoking does, and yet here you are, reading this post. In a recent British survey it was found that only 44% of UK smokers are worried about how smoking affects teeth, and even less are worried about the impact it has on gums. Unfortunately there is a lot to worry about. Aside from bad breath and surface … [Read more...] about Are you worried about smoking and dental health?