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The differences between TMJ & TMD (and more!)
TMD is short for temporomandibular disorder. It is a malfunction in the way the jaw joint opens and closes. The TMJ is the joint itself, and it is surrounded by muscles. When the TMJ becomes dysfunctional, it can result in many concerns including:
  • Clicking and popping of the jaw joint
  • Locking of the jaw
  • Pain and discomfort radiating from the jaw area
  • Earaches
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
The doctors find that when patients have chronic issues with their TMJ, they should be diagnosed with TMD and discuss effective treatment options.

 


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