The Connection Between Chronic Migraines and TMJ
The Temporomandibular Joints on each side of a person’s face link the lower jaw to the rest of the skull. Proper function of this neuromuscular system allows for talking, chewing and the overall comfortable use of your mouth.
Strain, stress or trauma to the Temporomandibular Joint can produce the bite problems and headaches that become universal signs of a TMJ disorder. Some additional symptoms of TMD include:
- Tender jaws
- Grating or grinding
- Clicking jaw sound
- Trouble or discomfort chewing, biting, speaking or kissing
TMJ/TMD may also trigger other neuromuscular issues, pain or health problems seem unrelated. Holistic dentistry, Por otro lado, views all pain or infection within the body to be related.
That means that treating TMJ can result in a significant reduction, if not the complete eradication, of many other pain problems.
If you’re ready to explore how the holistic and neuromuscular dentistry practiced by Dr. Lawrence Singer at DC Smiles can provide relief from myriad pain and healthcare issues, please contact us online or call our offices directly to schedule an appointment: (703) 299-4614 in Alexandria, Va. o (202) 455-4920 in Washington, D.C.
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