While many tooth grinders simply annoy their partners with this subconscious habit, tooth grinding may either contribute to TMJ/TND or be a symptom of it. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder is a potentially serious jaw joint dysfunction and should be treated. Contact an experienced neuromuscular dentist for a thorough tooth grinding evaluation.
I have constant migraines and headaches
While migraines may be an indication of a number of problems, or simply an isolated occurrence, recurring migraines or headaches may be a symptom of a dental neuromuscular disorder. If you are experiencing migraines, chances are it is affecting your daily life, causing broken concentration, sleeplessness, and fatigue. Call (248) 656-2020 or email an experienced TMJ/TMD dentist at Rochester Advanced Dentistry today to check for dental neuromuscular causes.
My teeth are chipping and cracking
While a chip or crack can occur occasionally due to decay, physical injury, or crowding, a pattern of chipped or cracking teeth could also be a sign of a misaligned bite, or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. A misaligned bite brings your teeth together in a way that causes premature wear and tear. Contact the TMJ/TMD dentists at Rochester Advanced Dentistry today for your personal evaluation.
I have pain in my jaw, and sometimes I hear clicking sounds
Clicking and popping in the jaw joints is one of the primary symptoms of TMJ/TMD. While it does not necessarily mean you will need neuromuscular dentistry treatment, you should be examined by an experienced TMJ dentist. Call (248) 656-2020 or email our Rochester dentistry office today for a personal neuromuscular dentistry consultation.
If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms of TMJ/TMD, talk to an experienced Rochester neuromuscular dentist as soon as possible. Call (248) 656-2020 or email Rochester Advanced Dentistry today for a personal neuromuscular evaluation. We serve TMJ / TMD patients in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Troy, Shelby and throughout Oakland and Macomb Counties.