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TMJ Pain Specialist Atlanta, GA

 

Dr. Rutrick has been helping people with TMJ Pain and Discomfort, as well as practicing orthodontics in Atlanta for over 30 years.  Dr. Rutrick’s wide range of treatment protocols in the area of TMJ Disorders are recognized throughout the Medical and Dental field as being highly successful.  Dr. Rutrick studied with Dr. Brendan Stack, World Renown TMJ Specialist, Vienna, Virginia in the early 1990’s  and began his journey in the area of TMJ Diagnosis and Treatment.

Over the years, after treating thousands of patients suffering with debilitating pain, Dr. Rutrick has used his creativity and innovation in enhancing this specialized treatment.

Dr. Rutrick and his entire team of professionals, work closely with the patients in providing excellent and compassionate care.

 

 

Robert E. Rutrick D.M.D, M.Sc.D

Diplomat of the American Board of Orthodontics
American Academy of Crainio-facial & Cervical Pain
Member American Association of Cleft Lip & Palate

Dr. Rutricks’s non-extraction approach allows gentle non-surgical orthopedics and orthodontics to enhance the development of dental/facial/skeletal bones.

Dr. Rutrick’s non-extraction orthodontics and custom orthopedic techniques enhance the growth and development of deficient jaws without the use of surgery. This gentle approach is not only conducive to providing the best approach in the enhancement of facial development, but creates the best aesthetic outcome without removing any teeth.

Gentle orthopedics are inclusive of techniques from around the globe. A deficient jaw can be developed by utilizing the benefits of this non-surgical approach, resulting in a healthy and stable jaw relationship.

When permanent teeth are removed, it makes the tongue space smaller and this may be a negative factor in the health of the airway later on in life. While this is not true in all cases, it should be considered before permanent teeth are removed.

Our goal is to create a beautiful smile, a healthy jaw relationship, and pain-free functioning jaw joints.

If you don’t have time to do it right the first time when are you going to have time to do it again?