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F.A.Q.
 
I. TMJ Syndrome
 The TMJ is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull. When this joint is injured or damaged, it can lead to a disorder called temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome.

II. What Are the Symptoms?
  • Pain or weakness in the jaw while chewing
  • Bruxism (habitual teeth grinding), attrition 
  • Clicking/popping sounds that occur when opening or closing the mouth
  • Difficulty opening and/or closing the jaw
  • Limited range of movement in the jaw
  • Chronic headaches
  • Ringing, congestion, popping, or buzzing in the ears
  • Earaches
  • Dizziness or Fainting
  • Pain or stiffness in the face, neck, back, or shoulders
  • Difficulty sleeping or nighttime restlessness
  • Numbness in the hand
  • Depression
 You may also have toothaches, headaches, neck aches, dizziness, earaches, hearing problems, upper shoulder pain, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).


III. What Causes TMJ?
  • Grinding or clenching your teeth, which puts a lot of pressure on the joint
  • Movement of the soft cushion or disc between the ball and socket of the joint
  • Arthritis in the joint
  • Stress, which can cause you to tighten facial and jaw muscles or clench the teeth
 
IV. How to diagnosis TMJ disorder?
  • Getting comprehensive examination of your teeth and jaw. 
  • Reviewing  your medical and dental history
  • Take a set of digital x-rays, measure the range of motion in your jaw, and perform a bite evaluation using the state-of-the-art T-Scan dental occlusion scanning tool.
  • Taking impression to design Face bow to measure occlusion.
 
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