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Difficulties to chew, headaches, cracking joints, can be a chronic disease.

Temporomandibular Dysfunction



temporomandibular pain

Many oro-facial or head pains are not of dental origin, but in associated structures such as the temporomandibular joint or the muscles of the jaws, head and neck.
These problems are called Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) and should be treated by dentists with experience in occlusion.

These pathologies can manifest themselves in many ways and many of the associated symptoms seem to be unrelated. It is for this reason that many people develop them without knowing it. Some of the symptoms that indicate the probable existence of temporomandibular disorders are as follows:

• Feeling clicks or pain when opening your mouth
• Having pain when eating or yawning
• Having frequent headaches or neck pains
• clench or grind your teeth
• Have your teeth worn
• Waking up in the morning with sore or sore face muscles in the ears
• Having difficulty opening your mouth
• Having problems with other joints (such as arthritis or arthrosis)

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