Two types of treatments you may not expect to find on a dental practice’s service menu include TMJ therapy and NTI headache prevention. Take a look at our blog post to learn about the difference between the two treatments.
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When the joints that move your jaw are damaged or dysfunctional, you can develop a disorder known as TMJ. TMJ can have an impact far beyond your jaw but also on your oral health and lifestyle. Read our blog post for a look at the benefits of TMJ therapy.
Nightguards are like mouthguards except instead of wearing them when you play sports, you wear them at night. They protect your teeth from the damage caused by teeth grinding. Check out our blog post to find out why you should wear one every night.
Most people grind their teeth occasionally, but a smaller percentage clench and grind their teeth enough for it to be a problem, especially at night. Check out our blog post for some ideas to help you stop grinding your teeth at night.
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, connects each side of your lower jaw to your skull. The TMJ is responsible for opening and closing your mouth and other mouth motions. Check out our blog post for five signs you might have TMJ/TMD disorder.
Sometimes we get headaches because we’ve been staring at the computer screen for too long. Sometimes we get headaches because we haven’t drank enough water that day. But did you know that tooth pain can be connected to headaches as well? Read our blog post for details!
Anyone can suffer from temporomandibular disorders, also commonly referred to as TMD. TMD includes a disorder of the temporomandibular joint, often referred to as the TMJ. But what happens when you have TMJ/TMD disorder? Read our blog post to learn about treatment options.
While TMD is more likely to appear in adults than in children, it can develop in kids. You may be wondering, however, if TMJ treatments can still work with patients so young, especially if your own child is experiencing TMJ issues. Read our blog post for what you need to know.
If migraines are getting you down and you feel like you’ve tried just about everything to get them under control, you may need to consider how dental issues could be causing the pain. Check out our blog post to learn more about how oral concerns could be giving you a headache.
You have two joints that connect your skull to your lower jaw. Like a hinge, these joints let you open and close your mouth. When these joints or the muscles around them aren’t working as they should, it’s called TMD or temporomandibular disorder. Read our blog post to learn what causes these problems and how we treat the disorder.