Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that you may have additional questions about your treatment.
Below are some frequently asked questions. However, if you do not find the answers to your questions here, please email us, call the office or ask for your next appointment.
We understand that you may have additional questions about your treatment. Below are some frequently asked questions, however if you can’t find the answers to your questions here, please drop us an e-mail, call the practice or ask at your next appointment
This includes the following problems :
- the chewing function is impaired
- speech problems occur
- the jaw joint is impaired or there are other problems, e.g. tension in the neck and shoulder area, headaches, tinnitus or also certain breathing problems such as snoring
- increased risk to caries or gingivitis due to crowded teeth because cleaning is difficult or impossible
- jaw malformations
- aesthetic and psychological problems: embarrassment to show the teeth; being ashamed of the teeth; depression and avoidance of social contacts due to shame
The pressure impulse activates special cells called osteoclasts, which begin to dissolve part of the alveolar bone. This creates a space into which the tooth can slide and the pressure on the tooth is relieved.