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Central PA's leading TMJ Team
TMJ disorders, or problems with the jaw joints, are very common. Misaligned teeth are often the culprit. When a bite is off, our teeth, jaw joints, and chewing muscles are like a car with a set of tires out of alignment.
Early signs can be popping and clicking in the joints, sore muscles, and tension headaches. As the breakdown progresses, more acute pain and jaw locking can occur. People that are noticing clenching and grinding are at higher risk for these sorts of problems.
Dr. Michael Verber currently serves as the CEO & President of the Verber Dental Group, focusing on the implementation of high quality comprehensive dentistry into a large multi-location, multi-specialty group practice. His passion for dentistry and design is expressed through his work at the Verber Advanced Dental Institute where he focuses on complex cosmetic, implant, and TMJ cases while spending time teaching continuing education for dental professionals.
Michael has committed himself to excellence in cosmetic dentistry and implantology, a passion of his since he began dental implant research in 1996 as a college undergraduate. He is known to combine creative solutions with systematic approaches in treatment planning for predictable results. His passion for dentistry comes from working within a team environment with a group of amazing colleagues.
A more recent endeavor for Michael includes coaching a couple of elementary school basketball teams where he stresses the “fun”damentals with equal parts of skill development, hula hooping, and giggling. In his spare time, Michael loves goofing off with his wife and two young daughters, relaxing at the beach, and making family videos. A dedicated family man, he once survived 4 hours in an American Girl Doll Store.
Dr. Josh Capozzi is a partner at Verber Dental Group. He serves as the Managing Doctor at Capozzi Dental in Etters, PA where he is passionate about forming long-lasting relationships with his patients and becoming an advocate for their orofacial health. This desire to care for patients more comprehensively has led Dr. Capozzi to follow through with a multitude of post-doctoral training.
Advanced training in Cosmetics, Airway, TMJ Disorders, Orthodontics, Implant Prosthetics, Occlusal disorders, and Full Mouth Rehabilitation has allowed him to carry out treatment using a multidisciplinary approach to unravel the most difficult dental cases. In addition to practicing at his office, Dr. Capozzi treats more complex patients at the Dental Specialty Center in Enola, PA where he pools his knowledge with a team of dental specialists and lab technicians.
When Dr. Capozzi is not attending to patients in his practice, he is employed as a clinical instructor for the Expanded Functions Dental Assisting program at Harrisburg Area Community College. He is also a lecturer and mentor on the faculty of the Verber Advanced Dental Institute. Teaching allows him the opportunity to give back to the community while helping train the next generation of dental professionals to carry forward the ideals of a comprehensive and patient-focused approach to dental care.
Dr. Capozzi lives in Mechanicsburg and enjoys golf, hunting, and hiking. He also works with his wife Ashley as the personal chauffeur, chef, and activities coordinator for their two crazy kiddos.
The exciting thing is that we have some amazing new technology at the Dental Specialty Center where I work that has totally changed our approach. We have a state-of-the-art imaging unit that gives us a CT scan x-ray of the joints with very low radiation. And there are now dental radiologists that can read these images and tell us what is going on internally with a patient's joints. We know if the joints are healthy and stable enough to treat the underlying issues and sore muscles. If this is the case, we can often use tooth polishing techniques or Invisalign to address a bite issue. Or we can treat the sleep apnea. But if we know the joints are breaking down, we will manage things with special appliances that are custom made to the address the specific type of breakdown in an effort to heal the joints and achieve stability.
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