Nearly 30% of people suffer from some degree of discomfort from headaches, difficulty in opening their mouths, clicking, popping, grinding or locking when they move their jaw, or pain around the ear or temple.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you may be suffering from Temporomandibular Disorder or TMD- which is a mild dysfunction of the jaw muscles. TMD on it’s own is generally not serious but for some people it can negatively affect their quality of life if it persists untreated.
Cerezen is a state-of-the-art, non-invasive and incredibly effective treatment of TMD.
It consists of small, nearly invisible, custom-made inserts that fit discreetly into your ear canals. Cerezen are clinically proven, can be worn day or night and won’t affect your speech, hearing or eating.
Speak to your dentist to see if Cerezen is for you.
"Because of the stress and pressure of working within the military, I was continuously grinding my teeth and my jaw felt as though it was constantly clamped tight shut, so much so I broke a number of dentures.
Stephen Best introduced me to the company which produced a product which was fitted into my ear. I was sceptical at first but when I had the ear devices from Cerezen, it was as though my whole facial features were transformed. My jaw slackened off, I stopped grinding and felt as though I was walking around with a smile on my face and felt more relaxed than I had been in decades. Thanks to Cerezen and Stephen Best my life has literally been tranformed."
Cerezen inserts are customised fittings that sit in your ear canal to help reduce pain from TMD. They can be worn night or night and their effectiveness has been clinically proven.
When a person wearing Cerezen inserts unconsciously clenches their jaw or grinds their teeth, the inserts support the temporomandibular joint and the muscles around it to reduce strain. They also create a small amount of pressure that encourages the person wearing the insert to relax their jaw.
No. Cerezen inserts are custom-fit to your ear canals and are made from the same polymers and plastics that have been safely used in hearing aids for decades. No complications have ever been recorded and they will NOT affect your hearing in any way.
For the most part, yes. However, we don’t recommend you wear inserts whilst showering, swimming, bathing or participating in contact sports. Your dentist can answer any other questions about suitable wearing times.