Re: Diagnosis and Invisalign
It is good for you to question this. I've never heard of a well trained TMJ dentist going straight to changing up a bite. There are other issues to address before that should ever be considered.
From what I understand, invisalign does well to straighten teeth, but I've never heard of it fixing a bite that is out of whack. It would be good to seek out another opinion.
A good functional orthodontist with TMJD training or a neuromuscular orthodontist might be a good place to seek out that opinion.
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