You have jaw pain but is it necessarily related to the TMJ joint? Maybe. Or it could be trigeminal neuralgia. Read on to learn more.
It happens time and time again, your jaw pops or clicks! What is that and why does it keep happening? The temporomandibular joint (or TMJ for short) is the joint that opens and closes our mouth
Most individuals are familiar with Botox, which is the Botulinum Toxin, injections for wrinkles and fine lines. However, did you know that Botox could be used to help treat your TMJ dysfunction?
Although maxillomandibular surgery is used to improve the structure of the jaw, a handful of orofacial and temporomandibular (TMJ) joint disorders can arise post-surgery. Let's begin by
Maximizing time with your TMJ Provider
In today’s modern healthcare system, with increased patient volume and reduced clinicians, it can be tough to get proper time with your physical therapist or
TMJ disorder: A personal story
I recently had a patient with TMJ disorder (TMD) come in to the clinic with ringing in her ears. “I’ve tried everything,” she stated with discouragement, “I’ve seen