TMD / TMJ Dentistry - Do You Have Symptoms?

If you experience any of the following symptoms... you may be a candidate for neuromuscular dentistry:

  • headaches
  • neck, shoulder or facial pain
  • vertigo (dizziness)
  • clicking, popping or noise in the jaw joint
  • worn or chipped teeth and/or restorations
  • ringing and/or congestion in the ears
  • limited opening of the mouth
  • clenching and/or grinding of the teeth
  • tingling in the fingertips
  • loose teeth






Who Suffers From TMJ?

The majority of people suffer from TMJ to some degree. Although women report more pain from TMJ, TMJ in men causes as much or more damage to the teeth, gums, bones and joints. Children are especially sensitive to TMJ and usually show early signs with ear infections, leaning their head on an arm, lip, cheek, or finger biting, sucking or chewing, headaches, snoring, grinding of their teeth at night, and significant chewing of gum.

Contact our office today in Victoria, (Vancouver Island) B.C. to learn more about neuromuscular therapy!

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