Many suffer with TMJ pain and other symptoms without realizing an unstable bite is the cause. BioRejuvenation is a biology based treatment that restores the alignment of your teeth and jaw to their natural position. This improves jaw stability, relaxes the TMJ muscles, and prevents teeth from being worn down.
MIGRANES AND BAD BITECindy
Cindy had significant pain in her neck and frequent migraine headaches. She also had a bridge placed on her lower left quadrant that was not touching any of her upper teeth.
“I would recommend it for anybody that has a bite issue, or if you worry about your smile, or anything.”
CHRONIC PAIN Debbie
Debbie was suffering from many headaches, bloodshot eyes, jaw and face pain, stiffness of the neck, and even tingling in her face, arms, and hands. After visits to her primary physician, ENT’s, and 2 ER visits, there were no answers. She was beginning to worry something was really wrong. Debbie had come in for just a routine cleaning and mentioned to Dr. Rosen the symptoms she was having; he knew immediately that she was probably suffering from an unstable bite.
After the diagnostic process, Dr. Rosen’s speculations were found to be true. Debbie really liked the idea of a painless and additive process. After just a week or two of wearing her splint, her pain had resided and her face, neck, and shoulders began to relax. Since finishing her Bio-Rejuvenation treatment, Debbie has been completely pain free and loves her new smile!
“…I feel like I have my health back, my life back, and the side effect is a beautiful smile.”
Unlike many patients that seek the pain-relieving benefits of BioRejuvenation, Ivan’s reasons were completely cosmetic. He didn’t like how small and worn his teeth looked and wanted to feel more confident about his smile. Ivan came into the office asking about veneers, and we offered him the less invasive option of BioRejuvenation where nothing is removed from the teeth, only added. He was much more comfortable with the additive approach and now has a bright, youthful smile.
“The only regret I have is not doing it earlier!”
BREAKING TEETH & Jaw PainLacy
Lacy had suffered from severe jaw joint pain on her left side and her lower right back crown had to be replaced several times due to fracturing. After wearing an occlusal orthotic she was pain free in 2 weeks. After additive dentistry she remained pain free and gained whiter natural looking teeth as a bonus.
“The only regret I have is not doing it earlier!”
TMJ & NUMBNESSJamie
Jamie had been living with pain from TMJ and his tongue was numb. His pain and numbness subsided in 2-3 weeks post orthotic delivery and his teeth are now beautiful and natural. Other bonuses are his head is no longer tilted and his smile is much more symmetrical. He sleeps much better too!
GRINDING & SENSITIVITY Justin
Justin could tell that his bite wasn’t quite aligned, and over time he started to notice that his teeth were chipping. His teeth became very sensitive and would stain easily. He dreaded having any dental work done because of the sensitivity, and he was not happy with how they looked. Once he spoke with Dr. Rosen, he realized that Bio-Rejuvenation was a great, non-invasive option for him. Now Justin has no sensitivity and a restored smile.
“Now they feel great! And they look good, more importantly.”
MISSING TEETH Von
Before coming to Dr. Rosen, Von saw another dentist who talked to her about partial dentures or removing all her teeth for a full set of dentures. She was in pain and her bite was wearing dramatically. She had crowns on all her upper teeth except for one. Von was diagnosed with an unstable bite and went through the process of BioRejuvination. Dr. Rosen even bonded material over all her existing upper crowns. She is pain free.
MINIMAL MOUTH OPENINGNicole
Nicole could barely open her mouth wide enough to eat. She had to cut food into extremely small bites and pull the food off of her fork to eat. Following the BR protocol she was able to open wide enough to eat sandwiches easily and no longer has jaw pain. Her beautiful straight white teeth were the bonus.
“Now I feel like I have my teeth but better.”
Traditionally, to correct major alignment issues or to create a winning smile, dentists turned to crowns, sometimes crowning every tooth in a patient’s mouth to get the desired functionality and aesthetics. There’s a lot of room for things to go wrong with this process and, quite frankly, if you don’t need to remove all that tooth structure, why would you? This is exactly why pioneers in the minimally-invasive BioRejuvenation dentistry field do what they do. While crowns are sometimes still necessary, applying certain techniques to resin-composite materials allows for less removal of tooth structure. The newer techniques also ensure that, in the hands of an expertly-trained dentist, a patient will still have a beautiful smile and it will last longer than traditionally-placed resin-composites.
“…a patient will still have a beautiful smile and it will last longer than traditionally-placed resin-composites.”
BioRejuvenation dentistry is a relatively new school of thought based on biology principles. There has been extensive research performed on how chewing works and functions to shape it. So, BioRejuvenation dentistry focuses on an in-depth process to improve the jaw’s stability, and ensure the TMJ muscles are relaxed, which all work to keep the teeth from becoming damaged.
Dentists that practice BioRejuvenation dentistry aren’t necessarily just treating symptoms, but diagnosing the chewing system as a whole. It is about restoring teeth to their original shape and function to give better results. Aesthetics, overall functionality, and long-term improved oral health are all goals of BioRejuvenation dentistry.
“It is about restoring teeth to their original shape and function to give better results.”
Of course we cannot actually go back in time and get younger. However, the restoration of a chewing and smiling system to its optimal function results in a more youthful appearance by creating natural lasting beauty, elimination of most headaches, and optimal relaxation of the facial, head and neck muscles. This cannot be accomplished by just fixing the teeth, which is the focus of traditional dentistry. No, this is accomplished through the wonder of BioRejuvenation Dentistry.
IS THIS RIGHT FOR ME?
BioRejuvenation dentistry is a new biology-based approach to treatment. Based on extensive scientific research and observation of the human chewing system, Rejuvenation dentistry is a comprehensive process where:
- Jaw joints are stable
- Muscles are relaxed
- Teeth are not worn down
Patients who undergo BioRejuvenation dentistry enjoy:
- Excellent esthetics
- Improved function
- Preservation of the natural teeth
- Long-lasting dental health
Pain and dysfunction are alleviated, and appearance is enhanced as a result of the process.
Did you know…?
- Too often, dental care focuses on managing the symptoms of dental disease. BioRejuvenation Dentistry transforms dental care by adopting a new paradigm – one that establishes the goal of bringing you to the highest level of health possible by treating the underlying cause of disease.
- BioRejuvenation Dentistry replicates the forms and function found in natural dental biology. It calls for a conservative approach to dental care. Meticulous comparative studies of your teeth and jaw position are used to develop an individualized treatment plan especially suited for you. This is accomplished utilizing digital x-rays of your teeth and jaw joint, and photographs and models of your teeth mounted in a jaw-simulator that is custom programmed to simulate your chewing and jaw movements.
- Three characteristics of the IDEAL CHEWING AND SMILING SYSTEM must be replicated to establish health, comfort and lasting beauty.
- Stable jaw joint position (TMJ) – sadly, this is almost always ignored in traditional dentistry. In BioRejuvenation Dentistry, establishing a stable TMJ is the top priority.
- Correct upper–to-lower teeth relationship – the brain perceives and directs the jaw muscles to guide the jaw home without teeth colliding, clenching or grinding. Combined with a stable jaw position this leads to the elimination of most headaches and optimally relaxed jaw muscles resulting in a more youthful transformation of the face and eyes.
- Proper tooth form – the proper shape of the teeth provides the ultimate in chewing efficiency, comfort and a BEAUTIFUL SMILE!
I, Dr. Alan Rosen, DDS, believe in BioRejuvenation Dentistry so much that I spent 30 days over 18 months training at the Texas Center for Occlusal Studies during 2016-2017 to learn this so I can help my patients. In this short time, we have already helped many people who tell us of their newly found lease on life after the elimination of the chronic health problems that plagued them for years. These health problems included headaches, neck and facial muscle pain, ear pain, clenching, grinding, tooth pain and gum recession, jaw bone loss, fractured teeth, a constant ‘awareness’ of their teeth/bite…just to name a few. I feel privileged and honored to be able to offer Rejuvenation Dentistry to my patients. This might or might not be the right time for you, only you can determine this, but please know I am here to help you to make the best decision for yourself at this time in your life.
There are several distinguishing aspects when comparing BioRejuvenation dentistry to cosmetic dentistry, according to Dr. Rosen. “As a practitioner of BioRejuvenation dentistry, I diagnose the cause of tooth wear and other chewing system problems, rather than just treating the symptoms,” he says. “Cosmetic dentistry’s primary purpose is to beautify the teeth or smile and is driven by appearance rather than function. The BioRejuvenation dentistry process restores damaged teeth to their original, youthful shape and optimizes mouth function. As a result, patients feel better, look their best and the need for future restorative dental work is significantly reduced. It’s a comprehensive and proactive approach to dental health.”
While BioRejuvenation dentistry has been around for many years, practicing it with minimally invasive dentistry techniques is a fairly recent addition and that makes it groundbreaking. It also means that the information available on it is only offered by a select few who are pioneers in the field.