What Is A Bad Bite? BiteFX Makes It Simple.

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Has a dentist ever mentioned that you need to get your occlusion balanced?

And, of course, you wanted to know exactly what that meant. With a sigh, they took out pencil and paper and started sketching caveman-like hieroglyphs of someone’s upper and lower jaw.

Maybe the dentist opened a side closet and proudly retrieved a dusty plastic educational demonstration contraption from the 70’s. The dentist began to vigorously move the jaw up and down and back and forth. Well, that certainly cleared things up!

DOCTOR NAME uses a state-of-the-art, 3D, digital presentation program called BiteFX™ which uses straightforward online animations (no abstract art that looks like a jelly smear) to explain malocclusion in a style that makes the concept easy.

After watching BiteFX, patients can imagine precisely why they have the symptoms that they have. Ergo, it becomes easy for patients to see what must be done to fix the problem.

Using the BiteFX educational system, we can show you exactly why:
• your teeth have been continually ground down to stubs.
• you keep experiencing stabbing pains in your jaw joint.
• you wake up most mornings with a nagging tension headache.
• your bite is causing you so much inflammation and agonizing discomfort.

BiteFX makes a difficult condition easy to wrap your brain around and, more importantly, makes it easy for you to select a treatment plan that will take away your unpleasant symptoms and get you back to enjoying life again.

A Pain-Free Life Could Be Just Minutes Away.

In fact, we suggest you to take six minutes of your day right now. Just six minutes will change how you enjoy life. Simply watch this educational video that uses the BiteFX system, and in just six minutes you’ll know why you grind your teeth at night, have recurring headaches, get stabbing pains in your temples and more.

What’s more, you’ll see how easy it can be to quickly get relief at PRACTICE NAME.


  • Curtis Group
  • 9402 November Dr
  • St. Joseph, MN 56374
  • Phone: 1-320-363-0210
  • Fax: 1-320-363-0218
  • Email: Email Curtis Group