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What is TMJ Disorder and How is it Treated?

TMJ disorder simply means that your jaw joint and jaw function are not working properly. The symptoms vary greatly but usually include the following: popping and clicking joints, discomfort of the jaw joint, jaw discomfort, headaches, limited opening, and discomfort while chewing and yawning.   There are many more symptoms that are related to TMJ […]

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) – Why Is It So Important To Our Health?

TMJ, Headaches, Chronic Pain: If you have a TMJ problem, be aware that it can be and usually is a very complicated condition with many surprisingly connected symptoms that were not easily recognized by professionals in the past. Dysfunction of the jaw joint (TMJ), along with pain in the head and neck, can be debilitating […]

Advances in Dentistry Today

Modern dentistry has made great advances in technology and materials. This results in better aesthetics and function and the procedures are easier for the patient to tolerate. A beautiful smile using digital imaging for your approval and communication with the dental lab achieves excellent results. As seen in these photos, a virtual presentation of what […]

A Good Night’s Sleep.

What is sleep? Physiologically, sleep is a complex process of restoration and renewal for the body. Scientists still do not have a definitive explanation for why humans have a need for sleep. We do know that sleep is not a passive process or “switching off” of body functions; sleep is believed to be important in […]

Latest technology for Sleep disordered breathing

Dr Harter and staff enjoyed a two day course at the University of TN. This course updates us on the latest information for sleep disordered breathing for adults and children. The president of the American Academy of Cranialfacial pain, Dr. Steven Olmos taught this course. Very exciting to get the updates.