‘Dental occlusion’ is a term used to describe how your teeth meet when you bite together. Your teeth are designed to come together in a specific way for your bite to function properly.
When the muscles and joints of the jaw work together in harmony, it results in a healthy occlusion. When they do not work together this causes a misaligned bite, known as malocclusion
“I just wanted to say a big thank you to Nicola and Chloe. I came in today at 1pm with a cracked tooth and they were brilliant with me. I am very anxious of the dentist (to the extent that I have had to be sedated for fillings etc), but Nicola explained what she was going to do and Chloe gave me re-assurance all the way, even when I started to panic they calmed me down. Please pass on my thanks to them both, as this made a very stressful situation, that little bit more bearable.”