Bioesthetic Dentistry

by | August 17, 2010 @ 10:00AM

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There are only 100 bioesthetic dentists in the United States.

According to Dr. Martin Gorman, who practices in Encino, California, bioesthetic dentistry is based on a radically different idea than that of traditional dentistry. 99 percent of dentists in the U.S. today place crowns, insert veneers, and generally make teeth conform to a model that was made 50 years ago -- for dentures. Bioesthetic dentistry repairs the underlying structural-functional problems according to a naturally perfect biological model, which repairs your teeth for life.

Many people suffer from headache, jaw, face, and even severe eye pain that can be eliminated with bioesthetic dentistry; the pain often disappears overnight with a bioesthetic appliance. According to Dr. Gorman, the vast majority of people who have facial pain have tooth relationship problems. If your teeth are out of line, your muscles need to compensate every time your teeth touch – literally thousands of times a day. The muscles work hard to move the jaw into an incorrect position to compensate for the incorrect position of the teeth. When the muscles become overwhelmed or abused, they can refer pain to the head and face. Veneers and braces, if not properly positioned, can actually make the problem worse.

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