Treatment for TMJ and TMD Clenching, Grinding, Popping, or Clicking

Jaw Problems Corrected with JawTrac® Ideal Bite Technology

Medically Reviewed by Sam Muslin, DDS, MAGD | Last Updated on 09/12/2023

There is a new high tech method for the treatment of TMJ (the jaw joint), TMD (a dysfunctional jaw joint), and clenching and grinding. Traditional methods can be very complicated, time-consuming and painful. Drugs may be recommended. You may be advised to see a psychiatrist, chiropractor, or surgeon to perform jaw surgery. Other conventional treatments include braces, Invisalign®, porcelain veneers, nightguards, orthotics, trigger point injections or a full mouth reconstruction requiring all of your teeth to be drilled down by the cosmetic dentist, TMJ specialist, or neuromuscular dentist.

Non-Surgical and Non-Invasive TMJ and TMD Treatment

All of these treatments can be replaced with a quick testing technology called JawTrac®, followed by VENLAY® Bite Restorations using the Face Lift Dentistry® method that can be completed in about a month.

The advantages of this method are that no jaw surgery is done, no braces, no clear aligners, no drilling down your healthy teeth and no drugs. We know that it sounds too good to be true, but this is one of the most well-documented websites with successfully treated patients that flew in from all over the United States and the world to prove to you that JawTrac®, VENLAY® and Face Lift Dentistry® is a comprehensive method that fixes functionality problems, has huge cosmetic benefits and has health care benefits that transform the quality of our lives. It is remarkable because it is non-surgical and non-invasive TMJ, anti-aging, jaw realignment, bite correction with health care that simultaneously has cosmetic benefits that impact the entire face, jawline, and facial profile.

Jaw Realignment with JawTrac® Ideal Jaw Position Technology

Jaw realignment without surgery to the ideal jaw position - before and after photo.

She had worn down teeth and was able to reverse TMJ problems, TMD problems, clenching and grinding, headaches, jaw pain and premature aging with JawTrac Ideal Jaw Position Technology and VENLAY® Bite Restorations. She did not even need a shot because none of her teeth were drilled down!

Jaw Realignment

The damage to your teeth has already occurred and you don't know what to do. You are experiencing health problems, TMJ problems, mandible, clicking and popping, jaw lock, clenching, uneven jaw, wearing down teeth, headaches and jaw pain, and need a jaw realignment. You went to a variety of dentists, had an array of treatments, and not much is working, or you did like the dentist's invasive recommendations. Welcome to the finest level of care that is possible today that has successfully treated patients from 14 to 93 years of age. Many of our patients have worn night guards, tried braces again, did the clear aligner method, some even had jaw surgery while others had all of their teeth drilled away for a full mouth reconstruction in an effort to get help. We were able to help them all. The patient below said "no" to getting her teeth drilled down, no to surgery, no to orthodontics, and flew in from Hawaii to get help.

Headache Stress, Tension and Small Chin Fixed in 8-Days

Locating your natural jaw position is the secret to reversing the impact of aging, help relieve clenching, grinding, headaches, and rebuild worn-down tooth enamel without drilling down your healthy teeth.

Consequences of TMJ and TMD Worn Down Teeth

Worn down teeth shorten our faces, we have less room for our tongues, sleeping problems begin, we are not speaking clearly anymore, our jaw alignment is bad, and we are aging prematurely. You are choosing to look old and feel old if you do not get treatment. The solution is to get VENLAY® Bite Restorations, which add a new layer of porcelain right over the top of our worn-down teeth to correct the problem. None of her healthy teeth were drilled down with this method.

Jaw Surgery Realignment Risks

Jaw Surgery cannot add back the length to your teeth that have been lost. If you go to a dentist that is not a Face Lift Dentist®, the chances are high that your treatment will be more painful because they will want to grind down your healthy teeth even though they are already short. You cannot test jaw surgery for success so when it is completed you may not like the results. We also have seen patients that had full mouth restorations done with teeth that are sensitive, need root canals, cannot chew well and did not experience any benefits to their faces and jawline. The Face Lift Dentistry® Method does not have the risks that these older methods have and this method is less painful because your teeth are not sacrificed to the dentist's drill.

Jaw Surgery Realignment Alternatives

With JawTrac®, we can test your jaw realignment without the risks of jaw surgery. You will see the new shape of your face and facial profile before any dental work. If you decide to move forward to align your bite with a non-invasive solution, VENLAY® Bite Restorations are then bonded over the top of your health but worn-down teeth. You will get health benefits, functional benefits, and cosmetic benefits that the other methods cannot match as quickly, as predictably and as easily.

Benefits of the Face Lift Dentistry® Method

Before and After JawTrac Ideal Jaw Position Alignment

She was able to test with JawTrac® to find out if this method would reduce her TMD symptoms. JawTrac® worked so well that she decided to get the VENLAY® bite restorations to improve her jawline, the proportions of her face, and get the incredible smile without drilling down her teeth. Notice how her masseter muscles were bulging in the before photo and smoothed out in the after photo.

Masseter Muscles and the Square Face Syndrome

Our faces show the stress and muscular tension with the square face appearance because the masseter muscles are bulging. These facial muscles tell us that the patient is clenching and grinding so much that these muscles are over-utilized, and like all muscles that are exercised regularly, they get bigger. Patients cannot hide their stress level and some have gotten botulin injections in order to force the masseter muscles to shut down. These toxic injections only treat the symptoms and not the cause of the bulging masseter muscles so the patient would never experience the reversal of the square face syndrome, the profile, jaw alignment and smile.

Square Face Syndrome and Crowded Tongue Syndrome

When the masseter muscles overdevelop, the teeth can wear down causing the square face syndrome which also causes the crowded tongue syndrome. The patient lost space for their tongue because the teeth are so short. When the teeth get shorter, the face gets shorter, tongue space is reduced, we don't speak as clearly, and the clenching and grinding get worse. Short teeth lead to health problems that few patients realize is happening to them. Face Lift Dentistry® is comprehensive health care that treats a multitude of issues simultaneously.

Treatment Cost

We don't know how much your treatment would cost because there are so many variables. If your teeth are healthy the cost is less because much less dentistry is needed to bring the health of your mouth up to the standard of care. Call us so we can answer your questions. Email is not the best way to get answers because we cannot ask you any questions.

Sam Muslin DDS, MAGD

Face Lift Dentistry® Is The Future of Bite Correction

Face Lift Dentistry® not only optimizes your smile, but it also optimizes your entire face! Call today and get ready to change your life. Face Lift Dentistry® results are Safer, More Reliable, Testable, and Far More Predictable Healthcare with enormous Cosmetic Impact.

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Face Lift Dentistry® fee is $40,000 per upper or lower arch plus any additional dental work such as fillings, gum work, dental implants, etc. Most patients get both the upper and the lower arches done simultaneously to maximize their results and get the most health benefits possible. Face Lift Dentistry® is dental health care that is tax deductible depending on your income, so we advise that you check with your accountant.