TMJ (TMD) Therapy

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a joint that connects the jaw to the skull, allowing you to control the movements of facial muscles, this includes speaking, eating or even facial expressions. When these joints are injured severely, it can cause varying levels of temporomandibular disorder (TMD). A serious injury leading to TMJ may cause various issues such as:

  • Problems while eating or chewing.
  • Stiffness in the movement of the jaw.
  • Popping and grating sound when moving your jaw.
  • Pain while opening mouth.
  • Difficulties swallowing.

The above symptoms may or may not relate to TMJ disorder, as the actual cause of the disorder is case specific. Hence the reason it is important to get a proper diagnosis done by our dentist. Our dentists can provide you with a full range of information related to TMJ disorders, and what we can do to help

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171 East Liberty Street, Suite 138
Ontario, M6K 3P6 Canada


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