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Dentist may have remedy to headaches

Headaches, migraines, pain behind our eyes, sinus, and even neck and shoulder pain are all ailments that would warrant a trip to the doctors – that is until now.

As Rahul Doshi and Ashish B. Parmar, award-winning cosmetic dentist's from Extreme Makeover and Partners at The Perfect Smile Studios & Academy in the South East, explain, it could well be your dentist who holds the key to your pain relief.

As the cosmetic dentistry specialists outline, pains such as headaches are often classic symptoms of poor dental occlusion – the way your teeth meet when your jaw bites together.

So, instead of popping paracetamol or visiting the GP, harmonising your teeth and jaw joints could affect more than just your smile.

A new trend for teeth whitening and tooth implants has resulted in an increased awareness in dental health, but this is still only half of the battle.

For a perfect smile and overall oral health, it is vital not to neglect the non-cosmetic elements.

To deal with these negative effects, the cosmetic dentistry specialists, at The Perfect Smile Studios have developed ‘Bite Right' – a pioneering approach to detecting the numerous symptoms associated with inferior dental occlusion and probably the most comprehensive dental assessment available in the UK.

Through specialist assessment and the unique use of a Doppler Ultrasound machine to analyse jaw joints, the Perfect Smile Studios are able to efficiently diagnose problems with a patient's jaw bite.

This results in the correction of many of the symptoms associated with misalignment of a bite, as well as establishing a good basis for long-term dental health.

If your jaw is found to be in the wrong position, your jaw muscles have to work harder to compensate, often causing muscle spasm. It is these spasms that can lead to continual headaches, sinus pain and aches in your neck and shoulders.

Dr. Ashish Parmar of the Perfect Smile Studios, said: ‘Problems with your jaw bite can result not only in referred pain such as headaches but also serious, long-term dental problems.'

Occlusal problems can cause tooth misalignment, breaks and fractures of teeth, gum problems, wearing down of teeth through grinding (particularly at night), toothaches with no obvious cause, teeth sensitivity and difficulties in opening and closing your mouth just to name a few. If undiagnosed, this can result in expensive on-going dental bills.

Dr Parmar added: ‘One of the major problems with incorrect occlusion is that the majority of people who suffer from it don't know they are experiencing problems as a result of an incorrect bite, so it just continues to worsen. However, a ‘Bite Right' examination by The Perfect Smile Studios can detect the symptoms of poor occlusion and effectively implement changes to correct the problem.”

Dr Parmar, added, “Assessing the facial muscles, jaw joints and bite pattern of the teeth allows us to offer treatment that improves the overall dental health and wellbeing of a person”.

For further information on The Perfect Smile Studios visit: www.theperfectsmile.co.uk.

 Posted on : Wed 3rd - Dec - 2008

 

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