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Grinding Teeth

Grinding Teeth: What You Can Do About It


Grinding your teeth can be a sign of a toothache, but it can also indicate a condition known as bruxism. This is when someone grinds their teeth or clenches their jaws. Many people grind because of stress, anxiety, or sleep deprivation. The symptoms are that you feel pain in your…

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TMJ Treatment

How Can TMJ Be Treated?

By Conditions, TMJ

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the link between the mandible bone and the skull. The mandible is commonly known as the lower jaw. The TMJ is found anterior to the ears on the side of the face. The joint connects to the skull’s temporal bone and the mandibular bone, acting…

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TMJ Causes

What Causes TMJ?

By TMJ, Conditions

Temporomandibular joint syndrome, commonly known as TMJ, is a disorder that happens in your jaw muscles and surrounding nerves. The temporomandibular joint is a joint that joins your mandible (lower jaw) to the skull. You can find it in front of your ears on both sides of your head, and…

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TMJ Symptoms

25 Common Symptoms of TMJ

By TMJ, Conditions

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) is a type of arthritis that causes pain and tenderness around the jaw joint. TMJ issues are common among people who have a lot of stress or strain on their jaw muscles, such as participating in sports. This article discusses the common symptoms for TMJ patients….

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