Fresno’s Go-To Neuromuscular Dentist
Not many things in life can be classified as simple. When looking at our bodies, it’s a huge understatement to say that it is merely complex. Our bodies are made up of so many different parts, body systems, and bodily functions that truly understanding all that it does can seem to be virtually impossible. From bones to nerves and muscles to tendons, our bodies are intricate machines composed of enigmatic systems. Even something as apparently insignificant such as the jaw bone can really play a large part in the overall health of the body. At a glance you may think that the jaw simply opens and closes like a door on a hinge. Actually, the jaw is part of a neuromuscular system that, when out of balance, can cause crippling headaches, interrupt your sleeping patterns with snoring and sleep apnea, and wreak havoc on your overall physical-well being with a whole host of other symptoms. On the flip-side, when the TMJ is balanced, such as with a neuromuscular mouth guard, athletes can find increased agility, endurance, and enjoy many other benefits.
Dr. Donna Blair
Your teeth (or rather, how your teeth come together, which is also called occlusion), play a large role in your neuromuscular health, and when our neuromuscular health is not the best, it can then lead to other health problems. With advancing technology dentists can now understand and treat various conditions such as TMJ disorder, sleep apnea, and constant snoring.
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Do you experience constant jaw pain or headaches? Is it rare that you wake up in the morning feeling well-rested? Does your spouse complain of your constant, loud snoring? Are you looking for solutions to end symptoms you’ve been experiencing for years? If so, working with Dr. Blair may be the answer you’ve been looking for. She has experience in treating sleep apnea, TMJ disorder, and other neuromuscular conditions.
Complex Parts Require Complex Skills
If you’re looking for help with sleep apnea in Fresno, TMJ treatment, or help with a neuromuscular mouth guard such as the PPM, you will want to call Dr. Blair’s office at (559) 431-4488. We can also be contacted online through our online contact form. If you’re ready for a sleep apnea or TMJ disorder consultation in Fresno, Dr. Blair is local and is the dentist for you! Make an appointment online today!
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