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CONSIDERING INVISALIGN?…………………Read These 25 Health Benefits!

Invisalign has quickly become a household name.
For the past 20+ years, Invisalign has perfected over 6 million smiles around the world.
Invisalign is the #1 preventative way to easily strengthen the life and health of your teeth.
Here are 25 life-improving benefits of Invisalign.
1. Helps you hold on to your teeth for the rest of your life.career
2. It protects previous dental treatment.
3. Newest preventative care.
4. Painless way of straightening teeth.
5. Best first step to keeping your teeth.
6. Hygiene: Easier cleaning and flossing when teeth are in the right position.
7. Prevent wearing of teeth.
8. More than 75% of people need teeth realigned because of excess bone growth, tooth movement, and wear signs.
9. To prevent grinding and breakage.
10. TMJ Issues.
11. Prevention of periodontal disease.
12. Helps to prevent receding gums.
13. Stops tongue biting, cheek biting and lip biting.
14. Appearance.
15. Least invasive of all dental procedures for the greatest results.
16. In many cases only takes a year or less.
17. Painless.
18. Easy to use, as you take it out to eat and clean your teeth.
19. Invisible to people while you are under treatment.
20. Much more comfortable and not damaging like traditional metal braces.invisalign men 3
21. It can be more effective than traditional braces as it will expand the biting forces.
22. The best way to prevent future dental problems.
23. Better treatment options than braces.
24. Teeth are at the top of list for first impressions. First thing that people notice is your smile.
25. A great preventative plan.

As you can see, the health benefits of having properly aligned teeth extend far beyond a beautiful smile.

Dr. Korenman of Loveable Smiles in Richardson provides Invisalign – The modern approach to straightening teeth without metal brackets or wires.

We encourage you to call our office for your Invisalign for your consultation. 972-231-0585

Invisalign can provide you with the confidence of a great smile and increase the likelihood of improved oral health.

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How are migraines related to your mouth?

This blog post is the 10th in a series of articles to inform our readers about the connection between your oral health and your overall health.

 

It’s called the “Mouth-Body Connection,” and it means that poor dental health can severely deteriorate your body, especially your lungs and heart, and it can also lead to a host to other conditions including migraines, Alzheimer’s disease and even some Cancers.

 

What is a migraine headache? migraine

Migraine is a chronic disorder characterized by recurrent moderate to severe headaches, usually affecting one side of the head and accompanied by nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light and sound.

 

True migraine headaches are vascular in nature. Inflammation in the mouth and especially in the presence of gum disease and infections affects all the blood vessels.

The link tmj pain 2between migraines and TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)

  • When the jaws and teeth do not align or work harmoniously together, the patient can have neck and shoulder pain which can lead to headaches, and migraines.
  • The bite/function of the teeth could be negatively impacting the jaw joint.

Teeth that are out of alignment are more difficult to keep clean which can also contribute to gum disease.

 

Gum disease not only leads to severe oral health disorders, but can exacerbate overall health conditions, such as diabetes or respiratory disorders.

 

TMJ and your dentist

If you experience chronic, daily headaches (or even one a month) and no one has been able to resolve your issue, consider seeing Dr. Korenman.

To determine treatment, Dr. Korenman uses diagnostic technology to relax the jaw muscles. Once he knows where the muscles and jaw are most comfortable, he can apply an orthotic (or “mouth guard”) to maintain the comfortable position. For some, establishing an optimal position for long-term comfort may require wearing the orthotic for several weeks to several months.

More about gum disease

80% of people have Gum Disease and DO NOT KNOW IT! There is usually no pain involved for people until extremely late in the degeneration. Many gum problems will go unnoticed until they are diagnosed by a dentist.

 

The good news is that Dr. Korenman and his team are dedicated to educating the public about the dangers of gum disease and they check all their patients for it.

If you are diagnosed with gum disease, Dr. Korenman can design a treatment plan to help you keep it under control.

We urge you to call Loveable Smiles for your Total Health Dental Care appointment. 972-231-0585

This is just one of many examples of how we treat people, not just teeth.

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