Physiologic Dentistry for a Healthier Chicago

Chicago dentist Dr. Kelly uses the latest computer technology coupled with his expertise in human physiology to give guests cutting-edge dental work. From improved oral health, breathing, and nervous system response, the results are better and last longer with physiologic dentistry at Dr. Kelly’s Chicago dental office.

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Chicago dentist Dr. Kelly, a Chicago physiologic dentist

Do you experience chronic chewing muscle pain, joint pain, or chronic tooth pain? Your upper airway may not be open enough, disrupting not only breathing but also the development of your teeth. Debilitating disorders such as sleep apnea can result, as well as responses such as chronic tooth grinding and clenching. These all may contribute to your pain. Our nerves, muscles, joints, teeth, and bone function as a system and are dependent on our airway and physiologic response. Chicago dentist Dr. Kelly has spent the last 18 years studying the complexities of physiology, neuromuscular science, sleep breathing disorders, and heart rate variability. As a Chicago physiologic dentist, he understands the whole-mouth system, which includes airway, cervical structures, craniofacial growth, teeth, gums, bones, joints, and surrounding muscles and nerves. Dr. Kelly’s knowledge enables him to design dental work that optimizes oral health and promotes harmony throughout all parts of the entire system. With your Chicago dentist, dental work lasts longer and functions more comfortably because physiology works in unity and balance. Physiologic dentistry uses advanced equipment to objectively measure your overall heart rate, respiratory rate, heart rate variability, muscle recruitment, and jaw trajectory—along with CAT scans, MRI’s, and sleep studies. With technology and know-how, your Chicago dentist Dr. Kelly can properly diagnosis and treat your unique symptoms. Make an appointment today with your Chicago dentist Dr. Kelly and visit our Chicago dental office to find out about how physiologic dentistry can help you.