Bite Correction Questions Twin Block, SOMA, ALF.
Question: Thank you for answering my questions! I have just ordered a copy of your revised edition and will read up on bite correction as soon as I receive it. I was hoping you could clear up a few things for me. I do realize you are very busy so I understand if you cannot answer. Is the Twin Block the device
you mentioned you wear on the radio program? So you don't recommend the A.L.F or Soma appliances for my case? On your web site I found the only D.N.F.T. chiropractor in North Carolina (he is 2 1/2 hours away). Could I benefit from this treatment even if I don't do the Twin Block right away?
And finally, so it is okay to get my teeth cleaned by a hygienist? I go to a young female dentist and I feel like I can talk to her openly and she respects my unconventional ideas. However, she is in an old-school dental office, definitely not holistic.
Answer: Correcting the bite is described in chapter 9 of the new edition of Cure Tooth Decay. Correcting your bite correctly is an artform. It takes a highly knowledgeable and flexible practitioner So any of those appliances, twin block, ALF, or SOMA may benefit you if they are put in the hands of an excellent practioner. I have a resource to find an excellent practioner for bite correction. I would not know what appliance is best for your case. Both may be necessary. I suggest looking harder for a local chiropractor. Not all D.N.F.T. chiropractors are on the main recommendation website. Considering that treatment especially with a dental appliance requires regular visits; I suggest you consider the long term future of having a practioner that far away.Tooth Decay Support Main Page
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