What is Minimally Invasive BioRejuvenation Dentistry?
BioRejuvenation Dentistry is the most thorough and wellness-centered dentistry that exists. It is a philosophy, a science, a technique, and an art.
Traditional dentistry focuses on managing the symptoms of dental disease, often leaving patients desperate and bouncing from doctor to doctor to find relief from tooth and jaw pain, ear aches, headaches, etc., BioRejuvenation Dental Medicine transforms dental care by diagnosing the whole person and restoring their patients back to optimal health.
BioRejuvenation replicates the forms and functions of the optimal natural dental biologic system. With continuous scientific research and observation, we have successfully learned to restore teeth to their original shape and function and provide improved long-term oral health. Diagnosing both the airway and the chewing system, BioRejuvenation is an in-depth process that focuses not only on creating a beautiful smile, but on optimal interarch relationship, stable condylar position, functioning airway capabilities, and overall proper tooth form.
Why I Became a BioRejuvenation Dentist
When one’s profession is in align with their passion and purpose they never really go to work. They are fulfilling their purpose in life every single day. Helping people feel better, look better and live a fuller, healthier life is my passion and my purpose. Being a BioRejuvenation Dentist allows me this wonderful opportunity.
BioRejuvenation Dentistry is so much more than teeth. The teeth are just part of an incredible complex system (the stomatognathic system) that has a significant effect on the whole body. My BioRejuvenation dental practice is centered around whole health and wellness for my patients. Of course, general dental procedures are a daily part of what I do because the teeth are part of the system. But we do so much more.
What sets a BioRejuvenation practice, like mine, apart is that I look deeper into the system to find out “WHY.” We don’t just look at teeth and treat the “WHAT.” Millions of people suffer from TMJ pain, headaches, facial pain, sleep apnea, snoring, gum disease, poor nutrition, etc. So many apparent teeth problems stem from other more systemic issues and as a doctor who practices and teaches BioRejuvenation Dentistry I can diagnose and treat (or refer) to address all these issues.
Therefore, I became a BioRejuvenation Dentist and as a result I love what I do every day because my passion and my purpose are being fulfilled with each patient that I touch.
The 5 Primary Principles of BioRejuveantion Dentistry
- Principle 1: The mouth is a window to the health of the entire body and many systemic diseases can be diagnosed and even prevented through care of the mouth.
- Principle 2: The airway is the most important part of the oral system. If the body is being deprived of oxygen especially during sleep, then dreadful things happen to the body. The upper part of the airway (above the lungs) is right in the bio rejuvenation dentists’ wheel house. Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS), Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OAS), and snoring have many serious systemic consequences. Most bite and TMJ disorders are related to airway issues. So, bio rejuvenation dentistry, in conjunction with a sleep/airway neurologist, addresses and treats, these prevalent airway issues.
- Principle 3: The jaw joint, or TMJ, is of optimal importance when considering treatment of teeth, especially the bite. A stable TMJ is the key to a stable bite and teeth that do not wear down or chip or become hypersensitive. Teeth wear, hypersensitive teeth, chipped teeth, clenching/grinding, gum recession, bleeding gums, headaches, ear problems, tinnitus, are common signs and symptoms of TMJ dysfunction.
- Principle 4: A stable healthy mouth with a comfortable bite will always have a stable TMJ (principle 3) but it also has teeth that are formed (or restored) to natural biologic anatomy, or shape. Teeth that are shaped naturally perform the best. Bio rejuvenation looks at healthy unworn natural teeth and copies this into any and every restoration placed in the mouth.
- Principle 5: The way the upper and lower teeth fit together in conjunction with proper tooth anatomy and a stable TMJ is a primary key to a health, stable, optimal functioning chewing system.