The mouth throughout its life is subjected to multiple disorders that alter the way you bite.
It is common for some teeth to move even slightly, and cause the teeth to hit each other in an inappropriate way when chewing. Something that can seem so banal is of extreme importance to our health, and not only oral.
A mouth that has lost its occlusal balance is responsible for tooth wear, loss of supporting bone and gums, temporomandibular joint disorders or TMJ (mouth joint).
Headaches and migraines, facial and cervical muscle spasms, pain in the face and neck, back pain, are some of the multiple symptoms that can occur.
Occlusal imbalance can occur in all ages, from children to adults. And it is much more frequent than most of us believe. The treatment, in many cases, only requires a few sessions of adjustment or balanced occlusal.
So you know, if you have any of the symptoms mentioned above, do not hesitate to contact us. Sure we can diagnose you and tell you the most appropriate treatment for your personal case.