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Problems caused by temporomandibular joint (TMJ Disorders)

Toothache has different causes. The most common cause of pain is due to caries and gum disease, or non -toothpaste causes tooth pain, such as tooth allergies and pain caused by a sinus infection and pain in teeth. The effect of stress or jaw joint problems occurs. TMJ Disorders or TMJ Disorders is said to be the condition in the joint or muscles around the TMJ joint. The joints are imported, which causes more inflammation. You may also feel pain, jaw lock, and so on when talking, eating, yawning, and any activity that causes the jaw to open and closed, these problems are due to the temporal joint or TMJ. The article is due to the creation of this problem and the solutions to this problem.

 What is TMJ’s temporomandibular joint?

The TMJ joint is a joint that attaches the mandibular bone to the skull. This joint is exactly in front of the ear on both sides of the face, which enables the person to open or close his or her mouth. Problems with the TMJ joint may affect your ability to talk, eat, chew, and swallow, in some cases, face and even breathe.

What are the symptoms of the joint problem of TMJ?

Pain is one of the most common symptoms in people who have jaw and joint problems. The pain is usually reported as a vague pain in the jaw and the area of the muscles and surrounding.

  • CEO DISTRIBUTION: In some people may be heard when talking, eating, generally opening and closing two jaws (in jaw medical term) or jaw in the open state where this disorder may be associated with or painless.
  • Ear Pain: Sometimes the pressure of this joint pushes the ear and worsens with the jaw movement, which may be accompanied by voices such as tinnitus, fatigue of the ear and anomaly, and so on.

Facial Pain and Traditions: In some cases, the pressure applied to the ear and templates causes’ pain to the face, head, and neck.

Other symptoms of TMJ joint involvement include:

  • Neck pain and arms
  • Migraine and chronic headaches
  • The hardness of the jaw muscles
  • Dental allergy
  • Limiting and locking jaws
  • Click the jaw and abrasion mode when opening and closing the jaw
  • Ear pain and feeling pressure or bell in the ear
  • Dizziness and fundamental problems
  • Hearing loss

Keep in mind that the pain that sometimes occurs in the TMJ joint or the rodent muscles is common and usually has no serious concern, and many people usually work well without treatment.

What causes TMJ arthritis?

Along with the stress of some of these problems, it is caused by direct damage to the joint. Like: Types of arthritis, some dentistry, genetic issues, hormone, autoimmune diseases, and so on.

Other Factors of Maoft’s Traditional Syndrome:

  • Trauma or trauma to the jaw and face area
  • Dental abscess
  • Unconscious habits such as tooth decay
  • Psychological and neurological factors such as stress, anxiety, depression, and…
  • Disfrustle with proper disc and joint
  • Arthritis
  • Increased awareness and sensitivity to pain
  • Inappropriate position of the head and neck for a long time
  • Addiction to chewing gum or chewing and nailing with teeth

How are TMJ diseases treated?

Most cases of TMJ joint clashes usually remain temporarily for several weeks to several months.

Simple care, such as the use of cold or hot compressors and routine medications in pharmacies such as painkillers and anti-inflammatories, are usually responsive to this problem. It is best to treat your chewing, oxygen, and jaw.

Other common treatments for the treatment of TMJ Disorders include:

  • General Pain Control Drugs.
  • Specialized drugs are recommended by dentists in Canada.
  • Stretching and gentle jaw movements and gentle jaw workouts.
  • Jaw Splints, such as byte plates and Bite Plates or Night Guards, are the most widely used treatment for TMJ diseases. Studies on the effectiveness of this treatment show pain relief, but the cause and how to eliminate this is still ineffective.

The effectiveness of irreversible treatments and widespread changes at jaw levels have not been proven and may even worsen the situation, including irreversible treatments to treat TMJ problems.

  • Adjusting the state of the teeth with abrasion and teeth
  • Extensive dentistry treatments
  • Splint changes the mandibular state which changes the byte and chewing and how the jaw is positioned.
  • Orthodontic treatments
  • Jaw Surgery

Complex cases should be treated as a team. A combination of maxillofacial specialists, rheumatologists, and neurologists to get integrated and regular treatment.




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