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Could TMJ Dentistry Help You?

As you probably know, there are many reasons you should visit a dental practice. Naturally, you’ll need to visit a dentist if you have a cracked tooth or a cavity. Similarly, you may visit us if you’re unhappy with the color of your teeth. But, did you know that you may need to visit us if there’s a problem with your TMJ?

You see, your TMJ is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull. If it is damaged or not working properly, you may experience pain in your jaw, a clicking or popping sound, ear pain, headaches, and sore, stiff jaw muscles, However, if you have any of these issues, please don’t assume you have a TMJ problem—but please consider visiting our dentist soon.

Fortunately, if you have a problem with your TMJ, there are a few options you can consider. For instance, our dentist may give you conservative self-treatments to start, such as jaw exercises or a slight change to your diet. Similarly, if you grind your teeth at night, you may be given advice or a dental appliance to resolve the problem since teeth grinding can lead to TMJ issues.
Depending on your unique needs, more invasive options may need to be considered.

If you experience any of the symptoms related to TMJ problems, please don’t hesitate to make an appointment with our dentist, Dr. [doctor_name]. To schedule an appointment with us, please contact [practice_name] at [phone]. We will also be happy to answer any questions and concerns you have. We’re excited to hear from you.

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