THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Larry Lytle, DDS, Ph.D.
The Dental Connection: Your Jaw & Your Mental and Physical Health
Experts in the field of advanced dentistry have recently discovered something remarkable:
New research suggests that subtle changes in the size, shape and position of the lower jaw to the upper jaw, and the way the teeth come together in one’s mouth can dramatically affect one’s physical and mental health; Regardless of whether those changes occurred naturally, via an accident, or were made by dentists performing routine dental procedures.
“Changes occurring to the teeth also change the position of the lower jaw in relation to the skull,” says Dr. Larry Lytle, one of America’s pioneers in laser dentistry and an expert in dental neurology. “And even a miniscule variation of normal jaw position will cause muscles in the jaw and neck to tighten in an attempt to return the jaw to normal position. This tightening of muscles, there are 68 pair of muscles which influence the jaw, restricts blood flow and interrupts the normal signaling functions of the autonomic nervous system, often triggering a variety of mental and physical problems.”
Dr. Lytle says those affected by this syndrome, called Dental Distress Syndrome, can experience a wide range of unexplained physical and mental symptoms.
“Many of the symptoms of Dental Distress Syndrome are considered by doctors to be normal symptoms of stress,” says Dr. Lytle. “This may explain why Dental Distress Syndrome is often not properly diagnosed.”
According to Dr. Lytle, Japanese researcher Dr. Koichi Miura first affirmed there was a connection between jaw alignment and nervous system impairment after his team ground down the teeth of test monkeys on one side and discovered the monkeys could no longer swing from trees using the arm on the side where the where their teeth were shortened.
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dr larry lytle dds, the dental connection, february 4, 2014, hour one