1. More Details on What is TMJ

    What is TMJ? If you've read a list of reasons why someone might go to the dentist, you may be asking, “What is TMJ?” Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders, commonly called “TMJ,” are a …Read More

  2. How to Stop Teeth Grinding

    Many patients wonder how to stop teeth grinding. A seemingly simple problem, the symptoms of teeth grinding and the resulting TMJ problems, are not simple at all. Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism…Read More

  3. Teeth Grinding

    Why Are My Teeth Grinding? Many people suffer from a condition where they find their teeth grinding, which is to say rubbing against one another under pressure or experiencing excessive tightening of …Read More

  4. There Are Many Treatments for TMJ

    Treatments for TMJ disorders (Temporomandibular Joint Disorders or TMD) vary based on the root cause and severity of the problem. Hence, there are a variety of treatment options available. Some dentis…Read More

  5. TMJ Treatments

    TMJ treatments really depend on the source of the TMJ problem. The TMJ, which stands for Temporomandibular Joint, is the joint in the angle of the jaw. This joint is a hinged joint located where the t…Read More

  6. What Are Your TMJ Treatment Options?

    TMJ Treatment options depend solely on the actual cause of the TMJ disorder. TMJ, short for Temporomandibular Joint, is the joint where the skull and the lower jaw meet. This is not an uncommon place …Read More

  7. TMJ Jaw Pain

    TMJ jaw pain is an incredibly bad wake up call. TMJ or Temporomandibular joint is the joint where the upper and lower jaw bones meet in a hinge like joint, just in front of the ear. It functions as a …Read More

  8. What to do about Jaw Pain

    Jaw pain is not an uncommon ailment. Causes include heart attack, trauma, tooth decay, and more. A dentist can help with a few of these causes. One of the most common non-heart causes originates in th…Read More

  9. Grinding teeth can be harmful to dental health

    Grinding teeth is a common dental problem that can cause multiple problems in the mouth and jaw. Known as bruxism, this issue occurs in many patients throughout their life, typically in times of stres…Read More

  10. Problems with Teeth Clenching?

    Do you sometimes wake up in the morning and find that your jaw feels tight after a night of teeth clenching. This is not an uncommon problem, although this shortcoming may be the cause of frequent hea…Read More