Stop Your Jaw Pain

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"TMJ disorder may be the result of teeth grinding, alignment issues, injuries, illnesses, or a combination of these problems. That"s why going to an experienced dentist like our own Dr. Sean Hanson can make a big difference in fixing your problem. If teeth grinding is contributing to your pain, you can get night guards, splints, or day guards to help. These fit between your upper and lower teeth, creating a barrier that prevents you from grinding your teeth together. For alignment problems, you might want to try an orthodontic option. Invisalign can adjust the position of your teeth. This can change your bite in a way that reduces pressure on the temporomandibular joints, which allow you to open and close your mouth.
The pain of TMJ disorders can interfere with your day-to-day activities. Eating and even speaking can be painful if you don"t do something about it. Headaches can leave you unable to concentrate on work or enjoy time with your family and friends. If you are having symptoms of TMJ or teeth grinding, let us help you. You shouldn"t be suffering from daily headaches, jaw pains, or jaw stiffness."

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