Non-Surgical Jaw Alignment that Transforms your Face
Treating Patients in Los Angeles, CA from All Over the United States and the World
Reviewed by Dr. Sam Muslin | Last Updated on 08/16/2022
The face ages because the bite is not matched to the structures of the face. The lower jaw is in an “over closed” position and the jaw position makes the shape of her face too short. A surgical face-lift does not correct the bite, or the jaw position or the shape of the face. Face Lift Dentistry® improves the actual shape of the face like no other method available today. This method of bite correction actually improves the shape of the face, the profile and the health of the patient
Be the person you were meant to be by using the most holistic, non-invasive, high-tech dentistry techniques available today.
In a matter of just a couple of weeks this patient’s facial profile was transformed. Her overbite was corrected using a non-invasive method that required no shots, no tooth drilling and no surgery. She had a narrow smile and an overbite that causesed headaches, neck and facial strain. Now, after her non-surgical treatment, she has a wider smile, better facial support, and less jaw strain and headaches. She looks better and she feels better.
The shape of her neck has improved because the new jaw position was the direct result of correcting her overbite. The overbite has significant health problems along with premature aging. Correcting the overbite improves the patient’s profile and also the shape of their face while simultaneously relieving jaw strain and headaches.
Faces that are short and round suffer from premature aging because most of the time the patient has an overbite. The lower jaw is in an unhealthy position and the resulting head and neck strain contribute toward premature aging. When the shape of the face is idealized using the Face Lift Dentistry® method, the lower jaw moves naturally to a healthy position resulting in less pain and strain to the TMJ. Her health was improved and she looks years younger.
The high tech nature of this treatment is that it is non-invasive. This patient did not need face-lift surgery for cosmetic purposes because she has results that are not possible with a surgical facelift. She also did not need braces or jaw surgery to correct her overbite. The treatment consists of adding to her existing teeth and designing the custom high tech porcelain to form a bite that improves the shape of the patient’s face while correcting the bad bite at the same time. It is purely a mechanical drug free method that idealizes each person’s individual potential.
The reason that VENLAY® restorations have advantages over veneers is that the VENLAY® can correct the bite and veneers can’t. We can also get better cosmetic results because Dr. Muslin does not grind down your teeth using his restorations. He can lengthen teeth and widen smiles to levels not possible with porcelain veneers. His method actually helps the teeth be stronger with much less tooth sensitivity. VENLAY® restorations are significantly stronger than veneers with far less breakage.
Everyone has a maximum potential that can be achieved and this is the best possible method to accomplish the highest level of structural excellence for each patient. Most people do not have the ideal jaw position and live with the stress and strain because they are physically compromised. This treatment is designed to help everyone “be the person they were meant to be” the safe non-invasive way and protect your individualized facial characteristics.
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.Contact Us
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Face Lift Dentistry® cost ranges between $32,000 to $40,000 for upper or for lower teeth, and $65,000 to $80,000 for all upper and lower teeth, plus any dentistry you may need, such as fillings, root canals, gum treatment, dental implants, etc.