TMJ Dysfunction Tooth Wear

Noncarious Cervical Defects

Noncarious Cervical Defects refer to small notch defects at the gumline of the tooth which are not caused by decay. These defects can become larger over time. If you can feel these defects at the gumline, they will need to be repaired.

TMJ Dysfunction

TMD is temporomandibular dysfunction. It refers to a myriad of ailments located in the jaw joint, just in front of the ear. If you have TMD, the most common symptoms are pain, locking or joint noise.

Tooth Wear

Occlusal (bite) problems are common in today’s society and can manifest in bite discomfort, awareness of the fit of the teeth, tooth sensitivity and bone loss around the teeth.