- Fixes broken down and cracked sensitive teeth
- Rebuilds worn down teeth and bites
- Stabilises the bite and prevents further wear and breakdown of the teeth.
- Harmonises the muscles and jaw joints eliminating stress in the chewing systems
- Eliminates or dramatically reduces head, neck and jaw pain
Bite therapy is an integral part of cranio-facial dentistry involving treating your bite so that the teeth, jaw joints, and muscles work in harmony. This leads to decreased stress in your chewing system and can eliminate your jaw/muscle pain and your head and neck aches. The teeth wear less, have far less breakages, and restorations last longer.
At Kerrisdale Dental Centre, we have a specific, detailed protocol to address any bite issues you may have.
Your treatment is based on a thorough examination and diagnosis. Depending on the extent and nature of the breakdown in your chewing system the treatment can take 6 weeks to 6 months
Typically, we will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth during which molds of your teeth will be taken and analyzed on a jaw simulator. We use computerized equipment to analyze your jaw joints and jaw function.
From this we will determine the optimum position of your jaw for your body and then construct a blueprint of your teeth in this position. The blueprint will be placed on your teeth in a tooth colored material for you to test drive tis position and ensure it is comfortable and exactly right for you.
Once this has been established we will prepare your teeth and complete the process of restoring your bite in approximately 6 visits.
Our doctors have trained extensively with several training and teaching institutes around the world. They can draw from a wealth of knowledge and techniques, which enables them to select the best method for your specific condition.
Our ‘in house’ laboratory artist will oversee your treatment in order to offer you the ultimate in custom and dentistry aesthetics.
The treatment is done in the most gentle, caring and friendly environment. You wont even feel the freezing.
Cost will vary depending on the extent of work required.
Most insurance companies will cover some your treatment depending on your plan and limits. Contact Us today to learn more about how your insurance can cover your dental work
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