Neuromuscular Dentistry and the Autonomic Nervous System

Neuromuscular Dentistry utilizes a tool called the Myomonitor, an Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) TEN Shat stimulates and relaxes the muscles fed by the fifth (trigeminal nerve) and seventh (facial nerve) cranial nerves. This is extremely important as it is this relaxation that allows both rest position, mandibular trajectory to be established and used to find Myocentric Bite. The Myocentric bite …

Orofacial Pain, TMD, TMJ, Headaches, Migraines and More: Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana

This was originally published on ThinkBetterLife.com What is Orofacial Pain and how does it relate to TMJ Disorders and Headaches. the term Craniofacial pain, is also commonly used by dental groups as well as universities such as Tufts. According to the Academy of Orofacial Pain the term covers the following subjects that I have expanded on: 1. TMJoint Disorders or …

What to Look For In A TMJ Dentist: Do Not Let Poor Quality of Life Continue, You Deserve A Better Life

Originally Posted on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TMJ/comments/3jkv0u/what_to_look_for_in_a_tmj_dentist/ What to look for in a TMJ Dentist (self.TMJ) submitted 1 day ago * by TMJ-Doc When looking for a TMJ dentist you should understand that there are numerous philosophies about occlusion. The primary concern is relief of symptoms not philosophy. All TMJ Doctors should thoroughly understand Myofascial Pain Treatment including Spray and Stretch techniques …

Neuromuscular Dentistry

NEUROMUSCULAR DENTISTRY (originally published in the American Equilibration Society magazine) Ira L Shapira DDS, DABDSM, DAAPM, FICCMO These are Video Testimonials of TMJ and Orofacial Pain Patients Treated By Dr Shapira: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk9Bfz6pklC7_UluWFHzLrg/videos Neuromuscular Dentistry remains an enigma to many dentists who do not understand the purposes of the electrodes, the TENS, the computers and more.  It has unfairly become a …