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TMJ Clicking

Solve Your Clicking Relating to TMJ

Many people experience occasional clicking sounds when they move their jaws. This is usually nothing to worry about and is often due to changes in joint alignment or tension in the muscles that control jaw movement. However, some people have a condition called TMJ (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction, which can cause more frequent and severe clicking. TMJ dysfunction occurs when the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull is not working properly. This can be due to a misalignment of the joint, damage to the cartilage or bones around the joint, or uncontrolled muscle contractions. While TMJ dysfunction is not typically painful, it can cause discomfort and difficulty chewing or speaking. If you regularly experience clicking sounds when you move your jaw, it is important to see one of our specialists for an evaluation.

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How Do We Treat Jaw Clicking?

Do you suffer from TMJ clicking? If so, you’re not alone. TMJ is a common condition that affects millions of Americans every year. The good news is that there are several solutions that can help to reduce or eliminate the clicking sound. One option is to wear a mouth guard at night. This will help to keep your teeth aligned and prevent them from grinding against each other. Another solution is to see a dentist or orthodontist for custom-made braces or appliances. These devices can help to realign your jaw and reduce the clicking sound. If you’re looking for a more long-term solution, you may want to consider surgery. However, this should only be done as a last resort after all other options have been exhausted.
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