• Orofacial Pain and Its Causes 05 - Sep - 2012, at 22:28 PM

  • Before starting off with Orofacial pain let us see what pain is? Pain is an extremely unpleasant experience (may be sensory or emotional) that may lead to tissue damage. Orofacial pain is the pain that starts from oral cavity and radiates to the head and neck region. Functions perform..

  • What is the Problem of Popping Jaws 28 - Feb - 2010, at 08:35 AM

  • When the bone under the dentures begins to shrink then that is the time when the plates beneath start shifting and they stress on the soft gums and this in turn goes on to cause a great deal of sore spots in the mouth. Lots of people with dentures go on to experience this. This can also come on..

  • Simple Ways to Alleviate Your TMJ Pain 28 - Feb - 2010, at 01:22 AM

  • Temporomandibular joint disorder is a serious ailment that can damage not only the jaws but other parts of the body as well. It can cause pain not only on the affected area itself but also to the entire body. Luckily, various TMJ exercises can relieve the pain and help the patient avoid expensiv..

  • TMD and Migraine Headaches 30 - Jan - 2010, at 01:58 AM

  • Temporomandibular joint disorder is something that you should never take for granted. It causes a lot of pain not only for the patient but for the people around him as well. This is because the temporomandibular joint is the only a joint that connects your job together but it is also a joint tha..

  • How to Eliminate TMJ and Tooth Grinding 23 - Jan - 2010, at 23:06 PM

  •   Anyone who is afflicted with TMJ and tooth grinding will know how very emotionally disturbing it can be. Also, it can stop one from leading a normal life because of the pain involved. People who suffer from TMJ and tooth grinding would do anything to get rid of it so that they are abl..

  • What are Symptoms of TMJ 08 - Jan - 2010, at 03:09 AM

  • The TMJ or Temporomandibular Joint is a synovial joint that connects the jaw to the skull. These two joints are located just in front of each ear. The movements allowed are side to side, up and down, as well as protrusion and retrusion. This joint along with its attached muscles, allows movement..

  • What is the treatment for TMJ disorders 26 - Aug - 2008, at 04:47 AM - 2

  • Treatment of the TMJ disorder depends upon the cause. For that proper diagnosis is made. First of all dentist tries to find out the causative factor, if the causative factor is some high filling or some problem in occlusion then that is removed. Surgery is done only when no other option is left...

  • Causes Of TMJ Disorder 26 - Aug - 2008, at 04:38 AM

  • The main cause of the TMJ disorder is, any situation where the chewing muscles and TMJ does not work together properly. In such cases the chewing muscles go into spasm. This results in tissue damage, pain and muscle tenderness. Accidents, injury to the jaws or diseases such as arthritis also cau..

  • There are many signs and symptoms of TMJ disorder. These symptoms of TMJ are given below. These symptoms may be present singly or in combination. However your dentist is the best man to detect whether you have TMJ or not. Dentist does the clinical examination and Xray&..

  • Understanding Thermomandibular Joint TMJ 25 - Aug - 2008, at 19:45 PM

  • The Temporomandibular joint is the joint of the jaw and is frequently referred to as TMJ. There are two TMJs, one on either side, working in unison. The name is derived from the two bones which form the joint: the upper temporal bone which is part of the cranium (skull), and the lower jaw bone c..

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