Neuromuscular dentistry is one among the most advanced dental surgical procedures aimed at correction of jaw and teeth alignment. To be more specific, this branch of dentistry addresses Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) and Malocclusion (improperly aligned teeth).
TMD happens when there is disorientation in the hinge joint that connects the upper and lower jaw. This complex joint (involving interaction between bones, muscles, ligaments, and discs) and hence require best neuromuscular dental therapy. Malocclusions or bad bite usually happens due to genetics or dietary habits. The main reason behind bad bite is lack of space and hence the improper alignment of teeth on the lower and the upper jaws.
Stunning Dentistry is the best dental clinic to receive neuromuscular dental treatment.
Stunning Dentistry is a leading name in the field of neuromuscular dentistry services in the country. Even global patients trust our reputation in dental tourism and expert skills in handling difficult jaw and teeth positioning surgeries.
We take every step possible to provide complete care for patients in a world-class clinical set up. Our dental clinic is widely acclaimed for competitive pricing packages for advanced neuromuscular dental surgeries.
Neuromuscular dental treatment has amazing benefits:
Neuromuscular dental surgery works on muscles, soft tissues and nerve ending close to the gums and teeth; hence far more effective than traditional therapies that works on teeth, bones and gums.
ULF-TENS (Ultra Low Frequency Transcutaneous Electrical Neural Stimulation) treatment is used for dealing with muscle spasms and pain. The doctors may also resort to neuromuscular orthodontics to ensure finer alignment of jaws and teeth.
Neuromuscular dentistry is required when a patient can hear a clicking sound during jaw movement or jaw that gets stuck or locked. Pain while yawning or chewing and sudden position shift in the two rows of teeth (improper line up of teeth causing bad bite) require proper dental checkup and surgery at the finest multispecialty dental clinic.
In case of neuromuscular problems you can identify jaw or mandibular problems when there is difficulty in forward, backward or sideward movement of the lower jaw, and when there is a pop sound during opening and closing of mouth.
But dental experts resort to advanced dental technology like Sonography, electromyography, digital radiographs and jaw tracking to diagnose and assuage the type of neuromuscular dentistry.