Neuromuscular dentists understand that your hard and soft tissues have a complex relationship and work to make that relationship a harmonious one. Neuromuscular dentists understand the necessity for including the power source (muscles) and the controls (nerves) which create the movement, pressures, and function of the mouth.
When the jaw is misaligned, both the hard and soft tissues are affected and many physiological problems can result, such as headaches, jaw pain, neck and shoulder pain,tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, and clicking or popping sounds in the jaw joint. In a number of cases, these symptoms are the result of TMJ (temporomandibular joint syndrome), also referred to as TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder) or MPD (myofascial pain dysfunction).
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Last June 2012 at Dr. John Mew’s Growth Guidance Symposium in London and there was a speaker there who spoke on“Baby Led Weaning”.Her name was Gil Rapley and she is a public health nurse who wrote a book on the topic. The concept of feeding a baby purreed foods is questioned. Instead they should be ...