A little joint causes major issues.
Do You Have a TMJ Disorder?
TMJ treatments at the dentist help relieve jaw pain, headaches, and facial discomfort caused by TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder). Our expert dentistLearn more about our experts works with you to find the cause of your jaw discomfort and treats the underlying issue.
Common causes include injury, stress, arthritis, bruxism (teeth grinding), and jaw misalignment. If you have a popping or locking jaw, tenderness of the face, or frequent headaches, we may be able to help with TMD treatments.
Visit Our TMJ Dentist
There are many benefits of TMJ treatment at your dentist’s office, and the biggest is feeling like yourself again. Allen Family DentistryAllen Family Dentistry home page finds life-style friendly ways to ease your jaw discomfort.
TMJ therapy at the dentist focuses on the cause of your jaw discomfort. While the joint and muscles of the jaw are complex, our dentist reviews your range of motion, symptoms, and x-rays to recommend the best TMJ treatment.
Finding jaw discomfort relief may be closer than you think with our safe and comfortable therapy. We may recommend one or more treatments such as lifestyle changes an oral appliance, or surgery to treat your TMJ.
Our TMJ treatments, help restore proper jaw function and address associated issues like inflammation, stress, or jaw misalignment. We work closely with you to pinpoint the problem and guide you to better health.
Get Long-Lasting Relief
We genuinely want to get you out of pain.
Get TMD pain relief from Allen Family Dentistry, where we perform an initial consultation to diagnose your problem. Our dentistLearn more about our Our dentist looks at your medical history, symptoms, and x-rays to create a customized treatment. We also answer all of your questions and concerns.
Our restorative dentist starts with the least invasive treatment options. This may include TMJ therapy with exercises at home, orthodontics, or BOTOX® to calm facial muscles. Other options include a custom mouthguard to control teeth grinding or oral surgery for jaw alignment correction.
By following your TMJ treatment plan and coming in for check-ups, we help you monitor your symptoms to find a solution that works. Reducing jaw pain and discomfort may involve a single therapy option or a series of treatments based on the underlying issue. Together, we’ll find a solution that works!