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Do you think you might be suffering from TMJ? Take the test!

The TMJ syndrome is a great burden for those who suffer from it – both physically and mentally. A splint or a RehaBite offers immediate and sustainable help to relieve pain and train the jaw muscles.

Who to see for a TMD diagnosis? If you think you might be suffering from TMJ dysfunction you can take a TMJ disorder diagnosis test at your dentist’s for a temporomandibular joint examination. If you suffer from 3 or more of the typical symptoms, it is likely that you have TMD. With our TMJ dysfunction online self-test, you can find out quickly whether you may be affected by the syndrome.

The temporomandibular joint test includes a maximum of 6 questions. Be sure to discuss the results of the CMD test with your dentist afterwards to decide how to proceed further.

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RehaBite TMD Trainer
The RehaBite: Bite fork for TMJ exercises at home 1 x training device + protective box The RehaBite is a jaw muscle trainer that you can use at home to easily treat symptoms caused by the TMJ syndrome. The elastic bite fork filled with glycerine relieves muscle tension and postures in the temporomandibular joint. You can use it as an alternative to therapy with medication and an occlusal splint. The RehaBite uses an innovative technique: it is the first physiotherapeutic training device that allows you to perform force-controlled intraoral training. Similar to a seesaw, the hydrostatic system of the bite fork balances out your jaw evenly, thus guaranteeing an even distribution of chewing pressure. As a result, muscle activities improve significantly and sustainably after only a short time. Symptoms: When to use the RehaBite The RehaBite is an appliance to be used as a trainer for TMJ symptoms. It treats a variety of symptoms, complaints and clinical pictures, such as: Stroke after effects Jaw opening restrictions Muscular imbalances Jaw muscle training Painful postures TMJ complaints The symptoms triggered by jaw disorders are often diverse and can affect the entire body. They include: Discomfort in the jaw muscles and the jaw joints Clenching/grinding of the teeth (bruxism) Tension headache and migraines Pain and tension in the neck, throat, shoulders and back Permanent ringing in the ears (tinnitus) Dizziness, balance disorders Arthrosis of the jaw as a late consequence Increased sensitivity to light TMJ Trainer: How to use the RehaBite Bite down on the elastic bite fork until you can feel the feedback on your finger. Hold the steady tension for about 10 seconds. Repeat the process: 3 x 10 repetitions are recommended. Afterwards, actively hold the jaw open and stretch it with your fingers until you reach the pain threshold. Exercise about 2-3 times a day for 5 minutes. We are happy to help you! You have questions regarding the product, or you are unsure if the RehaBite is the right device for you? We are happy to provide professional advice. Contact us by phone (+49-221-9742834) or via e-mail (info@dentrade.de). Alternatively, you can use our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you! Please note: As a practitioner of physical or psychological symptoms, you will receive exclusive offers from us. Register now. Register as a practitioner

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Spoony Gloss
Spoony Gloss - Corrects Lingual Posture The splint with a triple effect for the treatment of swallowing disordersSwallowing difficulties or dysphagia can occur in early childhood years.If left untreated, a poorly positioned tongue can lead to health consequences such as mouth breathing, tongue protrusion or speech disorders. Due to the individual adjustment options, the Spoony Gloss is suitable for everyone. For therapy of myofunctional disorder, the tongue is automatically guided against the palate during swallowing.With a myofunctional disorder, the tongue pushes against the front and side teeth, which can regularly lead to tooth and jaw misalignment. Further symptoms are mouth breathing and opening, sibilant sounds, increased salivation, forward displacement of the tongue during talking and speech disorders. Spoony Gloss Triple Effect The ready-to-use splint has three main functions for the therapy of myofunctional dysphasia. 1. The tongue is automatically guided against the palate during swallowing The double spoon provides a correction of the tongue movement during swallowing. The daily use of this splint for 15 minutes provides a long lasting training effect for repositioning the tongue into the correct position. 2. The clenching of the teeth during swallowing is stimulated The special design of the splint coordinates the neuromuscular system during the swallowing process. 3.  The tension of the lip muscles is controlled The shape of the double cone is used for optimal positioning of the lips during swallowing. The conscious control of the swallowing process enables the treatment of Orofacial Myfunctional Disorders (OMD).

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Tooth Box Blue
Are you looking for a box to store your Aqualizer?The case is an hygienic storage for an Aqualizer that has already been worn. It is made of PE plastic, which is also used for storage of food.All models of the Aqualizer - Mini, Slim & Ultra - fit into the box.The Aqualizer is worn on average of 6-8 hours per day and can be used about 2-3 weeks. The Aqualizer should be kept dry and hygienic in a box when it is not worn.Benefits:HygienicDry storageSuitable for all Aqualizer modelsAlso suitable for braces, dentures and individual splintsProtection against damage and dirtFor use at home and on the roadPrevents premature aging of the materialStoring the Aqualizer in a glass of water, a damp cloth or in air is not recommended as it can prematurely age the material of braces, dental trays or dentures. The boxes can be easily cleaned with hot water and dishwashing detergent.

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What is TMD?

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ dysfunction or TMD, respectively) is a disorder of the jaw joints that can have far-reaching mental and physical consequences. Patients suffer from a jaw misalignment, which in most cases triggers muscle tension and pain. TMD is triggered by different causes and comes with a variety of symptoms – it often affects other body regions beyond the jaw, such as the head, neck or back.

Do I have a TMJ  dysfunction? Causes & symptoms

Both physical and psychological complaints, such as stress, can cause as well as indicate TMD. Orthodontic treatments and simple restorative procedures (such as fillings, crowns, bridges) affect the alignment of the teeth and can have a negative effect on the sensitive neuromuscular system. As a result, the jaw muscles become tense. Symptoms include: teeth grinding, headaches and tension in the shoulders and back.

How is a TMJ dysfunction diagnosed? The causes and symptoms are typically non-specific. A doctor determines whether you suffer from TMD through a differential diagnosis. Typical causes and symptoms include:



  • tooth damage & teeth grinding
  • wrong fillings or crowns
  • jaw damage 
  • skull growth
  • psychological problems
  • genetics & pre-existing conditions
  • posture problems
  • sleep disorders
  • orthodontic treatments
  • jaw cracking & jaw pain
  • chewing difficulties
  • clenching/grinding of teeth (bruxism)
  • tension headaches (migraines)
  • pain/tension in neck, throat, shoulders and back
  • permanent ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • dizziness, balance disorders


If you suffer from 3 or more symptoms, it is very likely that you have TMD.

TMD: Treatment

TMD patients can treat their complaints themselves with the Aqualizer, the RehaBite or the Spoony. Whether you need such a bite splint, you can find out by taking our test.

For immediate help and relief of pain, you can use the Aqualizer in addition to a hard grinding splint. This relaxation splint is filled with water and evenly balances the patient's jaw. This relaxes the chewing muscles and pain decreases after a short time. Please note: The Aqualizer is not a permanent splint and is not intended to replace it. The Aqualizer is not suitable for very strong grinders or pressers.

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The RehaBite is an elastic bite fork filled with glycerine, with which you can train your jaw muscles. It helps you to relieve postures and prevent malocclusions in the long term. The hydrostatic principle allows you to balance your jaw as if on a seesaw, thereby relaxing the muscles. The RehaBite has the same effect as an occlusal splint.

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Use the Spoony to treat swallowing disorders that can occur as a result of TMJ. The double spoon corrects tongue movement during swallowing, stimulates clenching of the teeth and controls the lip muscles.

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