LGCWC Offers Relief to TMJ Sufferers

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), located in front of your ears where your jawbone meets your skull, is a highly mobile joint and requires muscular coordination to move smoothly so you can talk, chew and yawn. Many people have pain, clicking or popping in their TMJ which can have a huge impact on their quality of life. Common symptoms include:

  • Pain or tenderness in your jaw
  • Aching pain in and around your ear
  • Difficulty chewing or discomfort while chewing
  • Aching facial pain
  • Locking of the joint making it difficult to open or close your mouth
  • Headache
  • Uncomfortable bite
  • An uneven bite

Having had jaw surgery and resulting TMJ problems, Dr. Jessie Young is empathetic and experienced in proper TMJ rehabilitation and care. If you’ve been suffering with TMJ symptoms, contact Dr. Young for a complimentary phone consultation.

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