Could You Have TMJ Disorder?
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders cause jaw pain. Getting a proper diagnosis is required if you hope to enjoy targeted treatment options. This is why a dentist will look for several characteristic symptoms such as:
- A tendency to grind your teeth (known as bruxism)
- Pain or tenderness around the joints of your jaw.
- A limited or abnormal range of motion when opening and closing your mouth.
“Your dentist will evaluate your oral cavity for these conditions to see if they could potentially be causing your TMJ pain.”
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