Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
There are various treatment options available for TMJ disorder. Such options should be discussed through consultation with a dental professional. We have the expertise in determining jaw-to-bite relationships and providing you with the most appropriate treatment procedures that fit your personal situation.
Among the available TMJ treatments are ones that can be done at home and without a surgical procedure. These less intrusive approaches, referred to as conservative treatments, are most often recommended. More severe cases of TMJ may demand treatment involving splints, mouth guards, or other industrious forms of TMJ therapy.
Regardless of which treatment is prescribed to you, frequent visits to a dental professional are necessary to monitor your progress and determine if future treatments may be required. Catching and treating the condition in its early stages can prevent the progression of the more serious phases of TMJ.
If you think you might suffer from TMJ, contact us today for a free consultation. Our professional staff is eager to assist in eliminating any discomfort that you might be feeling.