You Lose More Than Just Your Balance
Problems with movement or concentration isn’t the only effects of vertigo and dizziness. Constant disruptions like depression, fatigue, stress and anxiety can all present themselves in those who suffer from vertigo and dizziness.
Take Control of Your Balance.
Many things may have caused your vertigo and dizziness, and it sometimes can be tricky to determine the cause responsible. In many cases, underlying problem with the mouth and jaw can be the instigator of vertigo and dizziness. Chronic balance issues – in cases like these – can be completely and permanently solved.
Disruptions in the sense of balance can cause a feeling that your surroundings are shifting or moving. This is how vertigo and dizziness manifest.
Although the feeling of movement isn’t truly physical, it is an underlying problem disrupting the function of the organ that is most important when it comes to balance: the inner ear.
There’s Not Just One Trigger
Many different things can cause vertigo and dizziness. They can be the side effects of medication, pressure or damage to the inner ear, nerve damage, disorders affecting the blood supply to the brain, or even something as simple as anxiety.
Your Jaw Could Be the Culprit
Over 260 pounds of force can be generated by the jaw at the back of the mouth by the molars. If this delicate pressure is not balanced perfectly, your jaw’s muscles, tendons, nerves, and ligaments can undergo serious damage.
Where your jaw connects to the side of your head is called the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. Being one of the most complex joints in your body, it has a special structure and tissue makeup. Disruptions of balance can often lead to symptoms like tinnitus.
You Can Reduce the Symptoms
Those who struggle with vertigo can be trained with compensation therapy. This allows you to gain the knowledge and information needed to understand how to best handle these sensory and balance problems.
Only prescribed as a short-term solution, vestibular suppressant and anti-nausea medications can help reduce symptoms, but cause side-effects.
Getting Your Life Back: How to Find and Treat the Root of the Problem—FOR LONG LASTING RESULTS
The TruDenta technology (also known as 3T—Trigger Treatment Technology) specializes in Bite Force Analysis and is capable of displaying the different forces at play in your mouth and jaw. It’s so precise, it can even examine how much pressure is exerted by each tooth.
With TruDenta’s Range of Motion Analysis, any abnormal or restricted movement in your head and neck can be identified, so to narrow down potential causes and gives doctors the ability to create a specialized treatment plan.
The TruDenta Treatment
The different technologies of TruDenta work in unison to reduce pain and inflammation from the very first treatment, creating complete and lasting resolutions to the symptoms.
There’s no use of injections or medications, there are no unpleasant side-effects.
With our whole-body approach, the use of state of the art ultrasound, cold laser, microcurrent, and trigger manipulation techniques are used in treatments.