Our teeth are meant to contact one another in good ways, but if they contact each other in bad ways, damage may occur.
Dr. Cauble and Dr. Falkenstein have trained extensively to understand signs and symptoms of bite problems and unbalanced, harmful bite forces.
The process of bite balancing adds good points of contact and removes places where the teeth can damage one another. When bite balancing is used as a part of a dental treatment plan, it can increase the comfort and longevity of the dental work. If dental work is done without creating the proper bite, grinding or clenching or early failure of the dental work may result.