You may be experiencing constant pain in the jaw joint which allows the movements necessary for eating, talking, swallowing and even yawning. As one of the most frequently used joints in your body, we want to ensure you aren’t suffering.
Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (commonly known as TMJ Syndrome or TMD) describes the pain caused by the incorrect function of the muscles that move the jaw and joints which connect to the lower jaw to the skull. If you suffer from TMJ you may experience pain, restricted movement and joint noise during movements of your jaw.
TMJ may be caused by injury to the teeth or jaws, misalignment of the teeth or jaw, teeth grinding or clenching, poor posture, stress and arthritis. In many cases, the symptoms can be resolved by a removeable appliance (or splint) that your dentist can provide.
No special preparation is needed
Keep track of the changes you notice after treatment, it will be amazing what difference it can make.