Symptoms of TMJ include pain of the jaw, face, neck and head. Sufferers often hear or feel their jaw “crack” when they move it. This condition affects many people’s lives, but our team is well acquainted with it and eager to help.
A bite splint, or night guard is often employed to help ease patients’ symptoms. The removable piece can be fitted to the upper or lower teeth as needed, and is proven to prevent overnight grinding and clenching.
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