Even the slightest imbalance in the interaction between the teeth, jaw, mandibular joint (jaw joint) and masticatory muscles can lead to considerable issues for the entire body.
Such disorders fall under the category of craniomandibular dysfunction, or simply CMD. Although it is not as well known as tooth decay and periodontal disease, CMD is one of the most commonly encountered conditions in modern dentistry.
As a result, it is very important that the dentist can always see the effects of their work on the entire “human system”! Even seemingly minor issues such as a poorly-fitting crown can have long-lasting, invasive effects such as headaches or postural damage.
Our practice places a special emphasis on the prevention of functional disorders and the diagnosis and treatment of existing disorders. Regular training in this area, membership of leading medical and dental societies and many years of experience help us to identify and successfully treat even difficult cases of CMD.