As with most things in life, a stable foundation allows a stronger and more resilient result. The same is true for your smile. In order to have a healthy, beautiful smile your jaws and teeth need to be in proper alignment. When you close your mouth, all of your teeth should meet evenly at the same time and your joints should be sitting properly in their sockets. Evaluating joint and muscle pathology is every bit as important as noting cavities and periodontal disease.
This is particularly important when you have more complicated dentistry involving several teeth or when you have any discomfort in the jaw joints and muscles, head and neck aches, and bite issues. Depending on the nature of your condition, we tailor your treatment so the final result takes all the relevant components of your head, neck, and face into account.