TMJ Disorder:

An estimated 10 million Americans suffer fromTemporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ). This is the joint that connects the bone that forms the sides of the skull with the jaw bone. This disorder can cause pain in the muscles and joints of the jaw and can sometimes radiate to the face, neck and shoulders.


Some Of The Symptoms Of TMJ Are:
Difficulty Opening The Mouth Wide Pressure Behind The Eyes Grinding Of The Jaw Dizziness
Popping Noises Occur When Eating Muscle Spasms Of The Face Headaches Tinnitus
Clicking Noise In The Jaw Joint Grinding Of The Teeth Toothaches

The Most Common Underlying Causes Of TMJ Are:
Clenching The Teeth Especially At Night Clenching Teeth If Blood Sugar Is Low Poor Dental Work Poor Bite
Holding A Phone Between The Shoulder & Jaw Hard Blows To The Chin Or Jaw Thumb Sucking Whiplash
Chewing On Only One Side Of The Mouth Excessive Gum Chewing Stress

TMJ Test As Follows:

Place your little fingers in your ears so that hearing is obstructed. Then slowly open and close your mouth. If you hear any clicking, poping or grinding noises, the jaw may be missaligned. If any of the above symptoms are present, see a qualified Doctor or Dentist.

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