When teeth and jaw are improperly aligned, it can cause straining of the muscles, an imbalance that causes much of the pain associated with TMJ disorders.Read more »
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Neuromuscular Orthodontics: how the muscles, jaw joints and teeth affect one another
Improved function, bite stability and facial appearance to avoid dental relapse is important to establish “happy muscles” and stable jaw joints.Read more »
What is Physiologic (TMJ/TMD) Dentistry?
The lower half of your head is a complicated, condensed network. It’s by far the most complex area in the human body, with potential for diverse problems.Read more »
Is Your Headache Caused by TMJ?
With many headaches, the cause could be the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ: the place at the front of the ear where the lower jaw and the temporal bone on the side of the head meet.Read more »