Neuromuscular Orthodontics Opens New Treatment Options

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Las Vegas Institute

Dr. Adler of Adler Cosmetic & Family Dentistry believes that education is a continuous pursuit of knowledge and a constant refining of ones skills. He has tried to live this belief by continuing his education at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Adler has already attained a fellowship from LVI but continues to take courses to expand his knowledge of different aspects of dentistry and to be able to offer the best and most complete care to his patients.

This week, Dr. Adler is returning to LVI to complete the third session of Neuromuscular Functional Orthodontics. This course will bring together all the information that Dr. Adler learned in the first two sessions and will focus on the key components in finishing treatment. During Session 3 of Neuromuscular Functional Orthodontics, Dr. Adler will be instructed on a number of issues including the reason some cases fail and how to avoid common mistakes, easy-to-understand case presentation, treatment sequences specifically as it relates to more complex cases, and age related treatment options. The emphasis of the course will be finishing to the correct functional treatment.

Neuromuscular Orthodontics focuses not only on making the patient’s smile look great by straightening the teeth but also makes sure that the patient’s bite is correct. Many functional issues that patients may have including problems with their TMJ can be corrected using neuromuscular orthodontics. It can also be used to help guide the development of younger children while they are doing orthodontics to help them avoid bite problems as adults. It combines the function of moving the teeth through orthodontics and finding and maintaining the correct bite through neuromuscular principals. It is an exciting aspect of dentistry that opens many new treatment options to patients.

For more information on Neuromuscular Orthodontics or to set up a free consultation to decide if Neuromuscular Orthodontics is right for you, please call us at 303-449-1119 or check us out on the web at www.AdlerDentistry.com

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