Craniomandibular Dysfunction

if there is a Craniomandibular Dysfunction, the surrounding areas of the body are also affected and can lead to complex clinical pictures.

The following disorders can occur:

  • Temporo-Mandibular Joint Pain, localized and often confused with ear pain;
  • Bruxism, grinding and / or clenching of the teeth at night
  • Tinnitus (whistling in the ear), dizziness, sense of ear muffling;
  • Trigeminal neuralgia;
  • Headache, of various types;
  • Neck pain;
  • Muscle tension in the jaw, neck, shoulders;
  • Headache up to migraine;
  • Sleeping disorders;
  • Dizziness.

We take the time to review your masticatory system and discuss all treatment options with you.

Who is a Gnathologist?

He is the professional who relates the different aspects of Skull-Mandibular Dysfunction.
He tries to understand if this problem could be mainly linked to temporomandibular joint problems, and/or to the absence of some teeth, r to inadequate prosthetic restorations (worn or “badly made” removable bridges or prostheses), or to incorrect posture, non-orthodontic therapy performed correctly, or to a condition of stress or particularly high emotional tension or to flawed habits.