Porcelain Veneers


What are The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers in TMJ Treatment?

If you have crooked, misaligned teeth you may have more problems than you first realize. Having a smile that you are not proud of is just one issue that is purely cosmetic but can cause real insecurities. Not being able to smile freely and openly can directly affect your relationship with the world. However, a larger problem that misaligned teeth and a bad bite can cause is TMJ Disorder. Your Temporomandibular Joint, TMJ, is responsible for normal movement and function of your lower jaw. It controls everything from talking to eating to yawning. Your TMJ controls any normal task of your mouth. If your TMJ is in anyway affected by the misalignment of your jaw or teeth, the results can be extremely painful.

It used to be that correcting a misaligned jaw or bad bite was something an orthodontist would handle with braces.  Fortunately, there is a faster solution to both your practical and cosmetic issues. Porcelain veneers, made by a professional who understands TMJ, and function can be used to not only improve the appearance of your teeth but also to improve your TMJ symptoms.

The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers have many benefits in regards to their ability to fix your teeth and TMJ function. One of the most noticeable benefits of veneers is that the results are much quicker than braces. You can have your custom-made porcelain veneers within two visits by Dr. Siman the TMJ expert.  With braces you not only have to wear them for years, but they are also unsightly and relegated to stereotypes for a reason. Veneers are a more reliable solution for quickly fixing your teeth.

Dr. Eddie Siman specializes in treating TMJ patients with porcelain veneers. Dr. Eddie Siman is a full mouth neuromuscular dentist with advanced technologies to properly diagnose and treat your TMJ symptoms with porcelain veneers. There is no reason to continue living with pain and a smile that you don’t deserve. You can have a smile makeover within two visits. It is possible to have a beautiful smile and to live without pain.

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