Weak Biting Surface or Weak Enamel

Question:

Dr. Sam, my dentist told me I have a weak biting surface and should go and see a specialist. What is a “weak biting surface” and how can this be fixed. Who can fix a weak biting surface?

Answer:

The biting surface of our teeth wears down with age in most people. Over decades of wear, our teeth loose enamel just like the tread on our tires. If the enamel is weak, the loss of tooth enamel due to wear is increased. Weak biting surfaces wear down faster than strong biting surfaces. When the bite wears down, the overbite generally increases, the jaw is pushed back and the TMJ becomes problematic. The TMJ can click or pop. We can get headaches or sore jaws or jaw pain that all result from a worn down bite. The patients that have a worn down bite, also generally have shortened faces.

Dr. Sam Muslin has perfected the NON-Invasive bite restoration technique.

The solution is a dentist that specializes in complex dentistry. The very best dentists are able to restore your teeth and the bite by adding back the lost tooth structure without having to grind down your teeth. Caution!! Most dentists and dental specialists will want to grind down your teeth in order to place crowns.

In order to improve your bite, your teeth will have to be damaged in most dental offices. However, Dr. Sam Muslin has perfected the NON-Invasive bite restoration technique. Many of the patients featured in our Before After Dental Gallery had their weak enamel strengthened and replaced without grinding down the patients teeth. He has developed a super bonding technique that lasts for many years and has photos of his patients to prove it. See, Kevin (a woman) and Mathew (a young man) in the photo gallery of the website. Both of these patients had their bite completely restored, all of the lost tooth structure replaced, whiter teeth, a face lift effect due to the bite being lifted and restored, and all of the treatment was completed without any grinding on their natural teeth.

Call Sam Muslin DDS MAGD for your appointment on (310) 829-6796, it will be educational and informative to see the large photos of his patients.