Collegeville Pennsylvania TMJ Dentists Open TMJ Treatment and Relief Center to help with Migraine Headaches

Released on: November 25, 2008, 9:11 am

Press Release Author: WSMI

Industry: Healthcare

Press Release Summary: TMJ Dentist Treatment and Relief Center of Collegeville - located in the heart of Loudoun County just next to Chantilly. Collegeville Pennsylvania Dentist Dr. Nelly Silva DMD formally opens their doors and is currently accepting new patients.

Press Release Body: TMJ Treatment and Relief Center of Pennsylvania - located in the heart of Collegeville just next to Trappe and Phoenixville. Pennsylvania Dentist Dr. Nelly Silva DMD formally opens their doors and is currently accepting new patients.

Dr. Nelly Silva DMD is a general dentist providing aesthetic and reconstructive dentistry with a focus on TMD therapy. Dr. Silva treats her patients with compassion and skill, taking care to listen to their individual concerns and providing them with a comprehensive approach to their care that includes specific customized solutions utilizing the very best that modern dentistry has to offer. Dr. Silva provides options whenever possible and his guests are asked what they want, not told what they need. In addition to general family dentistry, Dr. Silva has extensive training and experience in comprehensive aesthetic dentistry (including Invisalign, veneers, and smile makeovers) and neuromuscular dentistry (including TMJ treatment, pain relief, and full mouth reconstruction).

What is TMJ?
Temporomandibular joint disorder (also known as TMJ) is a chronic degenerative disease that may take years to develop. People who suffer from TMJ have a structural imbalance in their jaw-to-skull relationship that is caused by poor bite. This condition puts excessive pressure on the joints and surrounding tissues, twisting the jaw into an unnatural position. Often, a popping of clicking sound can actually be heard when a TMJ sufferer chews. Muscles in the face, back, neck, and shoulders may also be affected, leading to symptoms that range from headaches to numbness in the hands.

You may be a candidate for neuromuscular dentistry if you experience any of the following symptoms on a regular basis:
• Headaches or Migraines
• Pain or soreness around the jaw joints
• Facial pain
• Neck, shoulder or back pain
• Numbness in your fingers and arms
• Congestion or stuffiness of the ears
• Worn, chipped or cracked teeth
• Cracked, chipped or broken dental restorations
• Unexplained loose teeth

Neuromuscular Treatment:
TMJ can now be easily and painlessly detected using state-of-the-art electrical muscle stimulator or TENSing unit and a sophisticated piece of equipment called the Myotronics K7. Your facial muscles will be exercised, built-up toxins will be released and your jaw’s optimum relaxed position will be determined. To correct your bite, Dr. Nelly Silva will most likely use dental restorations to precisely raise or lower areas of your jaw into a more neutral position. In most cases, they can reposition your bite and complete treatment in a few short weeks.

Following treatment to correct TMJ, most patients experience significant lessening to a complete cessation of symptoms. Imagine living headache free after enduring the pain for years! And as an added bonus, most patients of Dr. Silva also report positive aesthetic results – some are even asked if they’ve had a facelift. Please call today to schedule a consultation or visit us online to learn more: (610) 400-3040

Web Site:

Contact Details: Advanced Dentistry of Collegeville
399 Arcola Rd
Suite 100
Collegeville,PA 19426
(610) 400-3040



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