TMJ- Jaw Pain

(Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)

 

TMJ ( Temporomandibular Joint)  is a joint formed by your skull and your jaw bone and involves the muscles needed for chewing. Pain or discomfort in this area may also be referred to it as a temporomandibular disorder, or TMD. 

  Causes of TMJ included irritation of jaw muscle due to disk displacement, arthritis or other jaw disorders.  Common signs of discomfort are popping, clicking, muscle tenderness, joint tenderness, or not being able to open your jaw as wide as possible. 


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