TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment Windsor, Ontario

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What is TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment?

The temporomandibular joint is the joint that connects the jaw to the skull. There are two temporomandibular joints on either side of the face.

What is the function of the temporomandibular joint?

The temporomandibular joint helps the jaws to move.

What are the disorders that affect the Temporomandibular Joint?

Temporomandibular Joint disorders include headaches, pain while opening and closing the mouth, difficulty is opening the mouth, the jaws getting stuck, problems in biting and fitting the two jaws together and jaw pain or tenderness.  

How are Temporomandibular Joint disorders treated?

Temporomandibular joints are treated by prescribing pain killers, anti-inflammatory medications or anti-depressants. Dentists also fit mouth guards or oral splints to treat temporomandibular disorders. Ultrasound treatments and placing heat and ice packs are also recommended.  Minimally invasive procedures to remove fluid or other debris are performed. Steroids or neuromuscular relaxant injections are administered to treat disorders. Surgical procedures are performed if the disorder is not resolved using other procedures. Alternative healthcare therapies like acupuncture, yoga and meditation, and chiropractic care are also effective in treating TMJ disorders.    

What care is required to prevent Temporomandibular Joint disorders?

Patients should not bite hard objects like pencils. They should not eat hard or chewy food products. They should relax and learn stress management. They should maintain correct posture. They should massage their jaw and temples. Patients should get a good night’s sleep. They should get a mouth guard fitted to prevent jaw clenching during sleep.

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8.0 Excellent
from 8 users
East Riverside Dental Centre - Dr  Saruna

East Riverside Dental Centre

10630 Tecumseh Road East. Suite 4, Windsor, N8R1A8
4.5 from 1 verified review
Everything was done to my satisfaction. Everyone was friendly. My follow-up went well tooMichelle, Canada, 28 06 18

East Riverside was conveniently located for me - I went for a cleaning and fillings. They charged me the online price and everything was done to my satisfaction. Everyone was friendly. My follow-up went well too. The clinic was clean and run by professional staff who were so willing to help. I just loved the atmosphere. As far as dental clinics go, it was brilliant. My overall experience was excellent.

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Dentist Consultation  
Veneers  
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7.0 Very Good
from 9 users
Great Lakes Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Centre - Dental Clinic in Canada

Great Lakes Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Centre

1825 Manning Rd Studio 700, Tecumseh, N8N 2L9
For more information about Great Lakes Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Centre in Tecumseh please contact the clinic.
TMJ Disorder  
Dental Implants  
Wisdom Teeth  
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5.4 Satisfactory
from 7 users
Eastside Dental - Dental Clinic in Canada

Eastside Dental

6925 Enterprise Way, Suite 3, Windsor, N8T 3N6
For more information about Eastside Dental in Tecumseh please contact the clinic.
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment
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TMD  
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6.9 Good
from 4 users
Affinity Dental Centres - Windsor - Dental Clinic in Canada

Affinity Dental Centres - Windsor

7755 Tecumseh Rd. East Suite 102, Windsor, N8T 1G3
For more information about Affinity Dental Centres - Windsor in Tecumseh please contact the clinic.
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Devon Plaza Dental - Dental Clinic in Canada

Devon Plaza Dental

2665 Howard Ave. Unit 1, Windsor, N8X 4Z3
Creating beautiful smiles that change the lives of patients is the aim of the team at this dental clinic located at Windsor in Ontario. The team creates a warm and welcoming environment and delivers gentle dentistry to patients and their families. The best available dental technology and treatment options are available for the optimum benefit of patients. Services at the clinic include examinations, hygiene services, professional dental cleaning, children’s dentistry, general dental care, sedation dentistry, cosmetic smile improvement procedures, fitting dentures or surgically placing implants to replace missing teeth and treatments for TMJ disorders.
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Dr. Sam Bazzi Central Dental - Dr Sam Bazzi

Dr. Sam Bazzi Central Dental

3685 Tecumseh Road E, Windsor, N8W 1H8
5.0 from 3 verified reviews
Very friendlycharles, Canada, 14 01 15

The office is great. Very friendly, they listened to my concerns and explained everything in detail. I had lot of dentists in the past 10 years but this is by far the best experience. I had wisdom teeth removed, fillings, a root canal and a crown. All went great in a timely manner and reasonable prices.

TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment  
It means jaw joint, and it connects the lower jaw to the skull. It allows for the opening and closing of the mouth. This is the most used joint in the entire body and it affects our ability to talk, chew and swallow. TMD frequently occurs when the lower jaw is not in the proper position relative to the upper jaw. When the lower jaw goes back too far, this results in the protective disc becoming anteriorly displaced. Some common causes of TMD are clenching or grinding habits, your lower jaw too far back causing an anteriorly displaced disc, a deep dental overbite, a bad bite and/or teeth missing, trauma to the head or neck, automobile accidents or a whiplash injury, bad posture or stress on the body or intubation procedures in hospitals.
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