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Relief for Long Grove Area TMJ Symptoms

TMJ symptoms are hard to ignore. An aching jaw and tense facial muscles. Clicking and popping sounds as you open and close your mouth. None of them are comfortable, but you'll be happy to know that help is available near you. Long Grove area TMJ symptoms dentists Dr. Unti have years of experience treating patients with TMJ symptoms just like yours. He understands TMJ - disorders of the temporomandibular joint and wants to ease your pain and soothe your aching jaw.

Many people in the Long Grove area who experience headaches, neck pain, or tenderness in ther jaw, may chalk it up to things like stress or sleeping in a funny position. But with their extensive experience, Dr. Unti can look at these symptoms and make a correct diagnosis. And the best part is that, if you're suffering from TMJ, proper treatment at Palatine Complete Dental can substantially or completely eliminate your symptoms, helping you live a pain-free life.

Dr. Unti provide the gentle Long Grove area TMJ symptoms dentistry you've been looking for. Fill out the form here on our website, or call us today at (847) 359-7520. Our friendly staff will be happy to schedule an appointment with Dr. Unti where you can learn about all of your options.

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Invisalign Invisible Braces

Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces. Treatment takes about the same length of time as traditional braces and is far more comfortable.

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DIAGNOdent Finds Hidden Decay Early

DIAGNOdent is a small laser instrument that scans your teeth for hidden decay that can develop beneath the hard surface enamel of your teeth. Early detection of problems minimizes the expenses related to major tooth repair.

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Meet the Doctor

Welcome to our practice!. I am proud to serve patients in our community. The combination of continuing education and state-of-the-art equipment allow us to offer you and your family the high level of care you're looking for. My team and I will give you a warm welcome and our ongoing commitment to your dental health.

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Here at our practice we offer convenient office hours to fit your busy schedule. And our office is easy to find. Check here for detailed office hours and a map and directions.

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Whether you're new to our practice or just need to schedule a regular or follow-up appointment, we make it as easy as possible. Just call us or fill out our online form. We're looking forward to seeing you in our office soon.

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If you're looking for a highly-trained TMJ dentist in cook County you've come to the right place. Dr. Unti offers TMJ dentistry cook County residents depend on for the highest quality dental care.

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Palatine Complete Dental

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(847) 359-7520

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Dr. Michael Unti

Palatine Complete Dental

235 North Northwest Highway

Palatine, IL 60067

General Info: (847) 359-7520

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How Does Toothpaste Work?

Tetrasodium pyrophosphate (TSPP) in toothpaste removes calcium and magnesium from the saliva so they can't form tartar on your teeth. Some toothpastes contain potassium nitrate to build protection against the pain of sensitive teeth. Baking soda adds foam and scouring ability and can fight acid-loving bacteria.

Peroxide toothpastes not only lighten the teeth but also kill germs. Finally, sweeteners and flavorings are added to mask the taste so that you'll use it. Call Palatine Complete Dental at (855) 673-4296 and we’ll be happy to recommend a toothpaste that’s right for you.

Soft Drinks Can Be Hard on Teeth!

From a dental point of view, there's nothing soft about so-called soft drinks. Sugar does not directly damage teeth. That happens when certain bacteria in the mouth release acids that eat into tooth enamel. These bacteria, however, need food to survive and refined sugar is a very potent source. What you eat, they eat. If not eliminated promptly, they hang around to do their dirty work.

The real culprit in carbonated soft drinks, however, is the fizz itself: carbonic acid. A sugary, un-carbonated drink like Kool-Aid is actually easier on teeth than, say, Diet Pepsi. So watch your consumption of soft drinks and be sure to contact Palatine Complete Dental at (855) 673-4296 to schedule a dental checkup.

Bad Breath Can Be a Sign of Dental Problems

While bad breath might be a symptom of some other disorder, it most likely stems from dental decay and periodontitis. It's more than just socially awkward - it's a serious threat to your oral health. Periodontitis is a disease affecting gums and bone that support the teeth, and it is caused by inadequate brushing and flossing.

If you’re worried about bad breath, call us today at (855) 673-4296 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Unti. If he finds gum disease and/or dental decay, it can be treated readily. There's no need to live with bad breath, and no reason to neglect your dental health.

Palatine Complete Dental Office Hours
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Mon. 9am - 1pm 2pm-4:30
Tue. 8am - 1pm 2:30pm - 5pm
Wed. 10am - 1pm 2:30pm - 8pm
Thu. 8am - 1pm 2:30pm - 5pm
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