Author Archives: Dr. Jennings

Cancer Treatment San Francisco Bay Area

Cancer Treatment San Francisco Bay Area Cancer Treatment San Francisco Bay Area is about finding real solutions for cancer.  Clinical case histories are further validating the strong theoretical  foundation that elevated substance p secondary to jaw misalignment are a major … Continue reading

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TMJ, Substance P, and Cancer

TMJ, Substance P, and Cancer: Case histories suggest daily, ever stronger, that bite dysfunction with its sub-sequential elevated substance P through trigeminal nerve stimulation, is likely a major contributor to the development of many types of cancer.  This belief is … Continue reading

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Dental Orthopedics

Dental orthopedics is the area of dentistry concerned with the structure, function, and alignment of the upper and lower jaw bones.  It is some times referred to as dentofacial orthopedics, craniomandibular orthopedics, or jaw orthopedics.  The term is applied to … Continue reading

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Another reason why TMJ treatment fails

There is something to be said for years of experience.  One of the things that I have observed from treating thousands of TMJ cases is that compressed jaw joints continue to decompress for months, if not years.  This is demonstrated … Continue reading

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TMJ, Dental Orthopedics, and Movement Disorders

The connection between TMJ, dental orthopedics, and movement disorders and jaw misalignment is rapidly being uncovered.  (Note: Definition of dental orthopedics: the assessment and treatment of jaw alignment)  The information is quickly being spread to TMJ treatment dentists (see article … Continue reading

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Brain blood flow is affected by bite

Brain blood flow is affected by bite for sure (see http:tmjcalifornia/elder-care-initiative).  And brain blood flow can impact brain function in a wide range of ways.  When a patient has a  known condition associated with altered brain blood blow, the doctors … Continue reading

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TMJ and Brain Blood Flow

A new case that presented about two months ago illustrates the profound impact that the bite can have on brain blood flow.  This relationship is often referred to as the trigeminal vascular system. Case history:  male in his mid sixties … Continue reading

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Treatment requirements for pain resolution

The treatment for  a malaligned jaw is both simplistic and often difficult.  The proper treatment is nearly always anterior repositioning of the lower jaw through the use of one or more diagnostic orthosis (what many call a splint).  The difficulty arises in … Continue reading

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Elder Care Initiative

Please see our newest article posted under Elder Care Initiative in the  menu selection.  I am excited about the possibilities and application for seniors with diminishing abilities.  All seniors with diminishing cognitive and physical abilities should be examined by a … Continue reading

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Use of Jaw orthopedics in an anti-aging regimen

TMJ manifests as a lot of different conditions, from mild to life threatening.  One area that is often overlooked is the effect of a poor aligned jaw on elder persons.  This can be critical to quality of life.  In some … Continue reading

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