added on: December 9, 2019
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Popping and clicking in your jaw can be uncomfortable and feel a little strange. Even if you’re not in great pain, any abnormalities should always be evaluated by a professional like your Sheboygan holistic dentist, Dr. John Korolewski. TMJ is a pretty popular term, and it’s used universally to describe… Read More…


added on: July 9, 2018
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One in eight Americans suffer from recurring headaches that are so severe they cannot carry out normal living! An estimated 80% of all headaches occur from muscle tension. Did you know that many tension headaches are related to your bite? This article explains how some headaches can result from dental… Read More…


added on: June 19, 2018

The Biology of Your Smile BioRejuvenation dentistry is a biology-based approach to treatment. Based on extensive scientific research and observation of the human chewing system, BioRejuvenation dentistry is a comprehensive process where: Jaw joints are stable Muscles are relaxed Teeth are not worn down Patients who undergo BioRejuvenation dentistry enjoy:… Read More…


added on: January 13, 2016

TMJ & Dental Health “TMJ” is a popular term used to describe a disorder of the jaw joints, chewing muscles and bite. Symptoms masquerade as a multitude of other problems such as sinus headaches, migraines, neck and shoulder stiffness, earaches and tooth problems. These symptoms are caused by an instability… Read More…


added on: January 13, 2016

TMJ Assessment Form Take this free and easy TMJ assessment to see if you may have TMJ or unstable joint? We created this form so that you could quickly and easily evaluate if TMJ may be causing you any unnecessary pain or jaw difficulties. You will need Acrobat Reader, which… Read More…


added on: January 13, 2016

With proper care, your teeth can last a lifetime. Only very slight tooth wear as we age is normal – anything more is considered dental disease, same as cavities or gum disease. By “wear,” we mean loss of tooth structure. Wear starts with loss of the hard, translucent enamel, which… Read More…