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Correction of Class III malocclusions with maxillary deficiency and posterior cross bites in adults can be challenging. Depending upon the severity of the malocclusion treatment options include comprehensive orthodontic treatment with or without surgical aid. With advent of clear aligners

People who have had braces in the past are all too familiar with the discomfort with adjustments. To move the teeth, pressure must be exerted, and this is usually accomplished by adding elastics or tightening wires. Since the age of

TMJ or temporomandibular joint syndrome affects over 10 million Americans every year. More women than men suffer from TMJ dysfunction. TMJ covers a variety of disorders that cause the jaw joint to function improperly and cause pain in the muscles

Sleep apnea is a damaging condition that can contribute to daytime fatigue, high blood pressure, heart problems, Type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. If patients find that they snore loudly and are exhausted after a full night’s sleep, they may