Headache Relief from NTI? Some Dentists Say Yes

The NTI-tss is a small oral splint used to treat headaches, TMJ disorder, and teeth grinding. This survey found that two out of three dentists offer the NTI splint. Only 6% report that they do not offer any splint options.

“NTI’s cause open bite issues and damage the TMJs,” warned one, while another said, “Great service for fast relief of many issues!”

Here’s what else dentists had to say about the NTI…

  • “They work great! I have personally worn one for over 4 years and my migraine headaches are a thing of the past.” (Tennessee dentist)
  • “I think the NTI does more damage than good. It is only for immediate pain relief, not as long term appliance.” (California prosthodontist)
  • “There is not data showing the NTI to be better than other types of splints.” (Massachusetts dentist)
  • “I would not recommend and NTI for any condition. I think a full arch splint is necessary.” (California dentist)
  • “NTI is a great service for fast relief of many issues.” (Pennsylvania dentist)
  • “NTI’s cause open bite issues and long-term damage to the TMJ’s.” (Texas dentist)
  • “Small enough to be aspirated. Too Dangerous. Yeah, I know they’ve been used a lot, but all it takes is one lawsuit. One lawsuit for a Nesbit bridge was enough to stop making them.” (Michigan dentist)

Read the complete survey results and more comments…

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