How Do I Know If I Have TMJ?
TMJ can be caused by jaw injuries, forms of arthritis, dental procedures, genetics, hormones, low-level injections, & auto-immune diseases.
- Pain in the jaw joint
- Swelling on the side of the face
- Facial, neck or back pain
- Jaw popping or clicking
- Restricted opening
- Catching or locking of the Jaw
- Pain when chewing
- Ear pain or ringing in the ears
- Loss of balance
- Sleep difficulties
- Chronic headaches (migraines, tension & cluster)
Start the Road to Better Health
Our team always starts with a one-on-one evaluation to determine the best step to take next. We proudly offer state-of-the-art x-ray equipment, along with motion testing, jaw tracking, and a variety of other diagnostic procedures.
We believe in offering the least-invasive options first, so you don't have to stop your life or suffer from unnecessary procedures. Airway & TMJ problems can cause the head to move forward, which causes neck and shoulder pain - leading to a vicious cycle of chronic pain. It's never too early to treat the cause.