TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDERS

Do you suffer from Jaw Pain?

The cause of  Temporomandibular Joint pain (TMD) can be difficult to diagnosis; however, grinding or clenching your teeth, stress from tightening your facial muscles, or a head-related injury are often contributing factors. TMDs may be the underlying cause of back pain, chronic headaches or migraines, and even poor sleep.  

Symptoms of TMD include: 

  • A popping or clicking noise when opening or closing your mouth
  • Locking jaw or limited movement
  • Dizziness or earaches
  • Toothaches, headaches, or neck aches
  • Neck, shoulder, or facial pain when you move your jaw
  • Sore Teeth
  • Eye pain
image of TMJ

Have Questions? Want to Learn More?

Schedule Your Free Consultation!

Scroll Up