All You Need to Know About TMJ

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If you suffer from the TMJ disorder, then you experience pain, discomfort and limited function in the jaw joints of the mouth. These joints are called the temporomandibular joints, and they help you open and close your mouth as well as chew, talk and swallow. Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you all… Read more »

TMJ Disorder Has Some Common Symptoms

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Your lower jaw is attached to the upper jaw by a pair of temporomandibular joints. These are sophisticated joints working in concert with muscles, ligaments, and a cartilaginous disk. They are what allow you to open your mouth to talk and bite, chew and grind food. Sometimes a mechanical injury or inflammation issues in these… Read more »

Tinnitus and TMJ Disorder

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Did you know that the ringing in your ear is actually a condition known as tinnitus? Tinnitus is not limited to just a ringing noise—in fact, tinnitus can also include buzzing, chirping, hissing, whistling, or virtually any unusual sound. For some, tinnitus can seem like a minor annoyance. Unfortunately, for others, tinnitus can be a… Read more »