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About the Bryan Ramp
The Bryan Ramp Therapeutic Night Guard has been in development for over 10 years and the patent pending given in 2016. It is a uniquely designed antibruxing appliance that THERAPEUTICLY positions the mandible anteriorly, while enhancing cuspid/anterior guidance. The Bryan Ramps jaw position reduces condylar compression, cervical, temporal, and facial muscle tension. The Bryan Ramp also eliminates nocturnal tooth ware, without excessive appliance deterioration. It increases intraoral volume, provides proper tongue position and helps relieve snoring. Parafunction and bruxism are reduced by the Ramp's arch form which provides proper midline support while inhibiting lateral excursions.
Well over 1200 Bryan Ramp Therapeutic Night Guards have been delivered by various dentists and the testimonials as to comfort, efficacy, and compliance rate have been excellent. The general dentist is best professional to diagnose, educate, take records, deliver, and maintain this therapeutic appliance.
Nearly 35% of Americans are chronic clenchers and grinders, but in today's stressful world, almost all adults could benefit from the therapeutic nature of the Bryan Ramp.
About Dr. Bryan
Dr. Norman E Bryan practiced general dentistry in Northern Indiana with a special emphasis on temporomandibular dysfunction (TMJ) and sleep disorders. Dr. Bryan received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University in 1969 and a DDS degree from Indiana Dental School in 1973. He has been addressing the specific needs of TMJ compromised patients for over 4 decades. Dr Bryan has lectured extensively on TMD and Sleep apnea and given countless seminars on therapeutic benefits of the Bryan Ramp.
Dr. Bryan was an early member of the the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP), which was founded in 1985 to recognize and support the medical/dental professionals that have specialized knowledge and skills in the diagnosis and treatment of head, neck, facial pain and TMJ dysfunction patients.
Dr Bryan is also a life member of the Indiana University Alumni Association, a retired member of the American Dental Association, North Central Dental Association, Indiana Dental Association, Chicago Dental Society and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.
Norm and Linda, his wife and best friend, have two children, Noelle and Todd, and a grand daughter Ella. The Bryan's are avid photographers, travelers, and currently exploring the East coast in their sailboat Lizzie.