At Greeley Dental Care, our primary goal is to provide the most effective and conservative treatment possible for every situation. Oral appliances provide simple and non-invasive care for many conditions.
If you are someone who suffers from constant headaches or symptoms like pain during chewing, locking of the jaw or facial pain that you cannot seem to find relief from, we can help you! These symptoms, caused by the improper positioning of the jaw (TMJ Disorder) can even lead to conditions such as grinding of teeth and obstructive sleep apnea.
Dr. Taher Dhoon can help you relieve such conditions and achieve better oral and overall health with oral appliances.
A person who suffers from bruxism causes the same amount of wear to their teeth in one night as someone who does not have a clenching and grinding habit creates in 100 nights.
There is a connection between TMJ, dysfunction, bruxism, and obstructive sleep apnea. Because sleep disorders are so common and create so many dental-related issues, we evaluate each new patient for signs of TMJ dysfunction (jaw joint issues), bruxism, (clenching and grinding), and obstructive sleep apnea.
These conditions are often related and can have a negative impact on both your oral health and your overall health.
Head, neck, or shoulder pain
Facial swelling or pain
Headaches & Migraines
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Clicking, popping, or locking of jaw joints
Worn, chipped, or cracked teeth
Bony growths beneath the tongue (tori)
Bite marks along the inside of cheek tissue
Teeth that do not come together correctly
Inability to fully open jaws
Most people grind their teeth during sleep without even realizing it. If you often wake up with a strong headache or jaw pain, you might be one of them. People who suffer from bruxism can wear their teeth almost 100 times faster than people who do not clench or grind their teeth. Custom mouthguards gently separate your upper and lower teeth and prevent damage from grinding. It also aligns your jaw properly and reduces the pressure on the teeth.
We look forward to meeting you!
Call (970) 352-4242 or click below to schedule an appointment.