Oral Health Group

TMJ
September 14, 2020 Feature Oral HealthOrthodontics

TMJ Internal Derangements

by Tom Shackleton, DDS, MS

Dentists are commonly confronted with the diagnostic and treatment challenges associated with a person who has TM joint pain, TM joint clicking and limited opening resulting from certain TM joint conditions. Paramount in our approach is the paradigm to “do

June 8, 2020 Feature Oral HealthOral SurgeryOrthodontics

Treatment of a Large Mandibular Osteochondroma With Secondary Malocclusion With a Hybrid TMJ Custom Prosthesis and Orthognathic Surgery

by Jakob Nickerson, BSc, DDs; Peter Ta, BSc, MSc, DDS, FRCD(C); Thomas Kertesz, BSc, MSc, DDS, FRCD(C); Fred Murrell, BSc, MSc, DDS, Cert. Ortho; Walter Montanera, MD, FRCP(C); Ian J. Witterick MD, MSc, FRCSC; Marco Caminiti, BSc, MSc, DDS, FRCD(C); David J. Psutka DDS, FRCD(C)

Osteochondroma (OC) is also known as osteocartilaginous exostosis. It arises from the bone cortex as an exophytic lesion with a hyaline cartilaginous cap. It is one of the most common benign tumors of the axial skeleton. It accounts for approximately

August 11, 2011 News AnatomyNew TechnologiesOcclusionPain managementRepetitive stress injury

Relief for Chronic Migraines & Pain – YOU TUBE “RUbLES”

by ken

I know, lousy word play…..but check this out and the associated videos.. Related articles New Migraine, Not The Same As The Old Migraine (everydayhealth.com) What Makes a Migraine a Migraine? (everydayhealth.com) Alternative Therapies for Migraines (everydayhealth.com)

June 5, 2011 News Cranio facial painOcclusionPathology

Bruxism and TMJ Disorder- Main Differences & Symptoms

by ken

The following is an excellent overview and explanation to patients of the distinction between bruxism and TMJ disorder…..from Dental Health Magazine staff – June 3, 2011   Bruxism is the medical condition which is the result of the fact that an

March 30, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryCranio facial pain

Toronto Cosmetic Dentist Treats Craniofacial Disorders Holistically to Manage Patients’ Pain

by ken

The American and Canadian Academy of Craniofacial Pain estimates that 5 – 15% of North American population may suffer from Temporomandibular disorder, commonly called TMJ. Dr. Susie Ang, a cosmetic dentist in Toronto, ON, is one of a select few

February 23, 2011 News DentoMaxilloFacialRadiology

DMFR, CSIS, FBI, NSA, CIA, KGB, FSB – which one applies to dentistry?

by ken

For those of you who haven’t been introduced to DrBicuspid as yet, you should make it a serious priority – Kathy Kincade and her team are simply the best of the best……I read her everyday as she is an important