What is TMJ disorder?
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, shortened to TMJ, is where the main joint in your mouth, the temporomandibular joint, is misaligned or overworked. It’s a condition that can lead to pain around the mouth and neck, headaches and problems opening and closing the mouth. Some patients with TMJ disorder note that whenever they yawn or chew they experience a clicking in their mouth. Often the symptoms are mistaken for stress or other conditions.
TMJ Disorder can be treated through safe, nonsurgical treatment that will permanently solve the issue, so no one has to suffer TMJ disorder or its myriad side effects.
Treatment for TMJ disorder is handled by Dr David Frey, a leading expert in the field of neuromuscular dentistry, who has treated hundreds of patients suffering from TMJ disorder. Neuromuscular dentistry focuses on the position of the jaw, teeth and the tissues surrounding it.