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Hot n’ Cold: Treating TMJ Pain at Home

If you suffer from temporomandibular joint disorder, called TMJ for short, you’re no stranger to jaw pain. Whether yours is uncomfortable or excruciating, intermittent or constant, jaw pain is a hallmark symptom of TMJ. Although TMJ treatment can help reduce or prevent pain on a larger scale, sometimes [...]

By |December 29th, 2020|Home Care, TMJ|Comments Off on Hot n’ Cold: Treating TMJ Pain at Home

September Is Pain Awareness Month

Along with being dubbed both National Yoga Month and National Potato Month, September is also on the calendar for a significantly less fun observance: National Pain Awareness Month. First declared in 2001, National Pain Awareness Month is an effort by the American Chronic Pain Association to raise awareness about the widespread and devastating effects [...]

By |September 22nd, 2020|Chronic Pain, TMJ|Comments Off on September Is Pain Awareness Month

That’s Not an Ear Infection

For a person suffering from inner ear pain, the dentist is probably the last place they would expect to find treatment. In some cases, however, seeing a dentist about your ongoing inner ear pain could save you from months or even years of ear pain and costly antibiotics. If your family doctor or ear [...]

By |August 25th, 2020|Tinnitus, TMJ|Comments Off on That’s Not an Ear Infection

Will Insurance Cover My TMJ?

TMJ is a potentially disabling jaw condition. Although it may initially be relatively mild, if left untreated it can progress to result in serious pain or even complete immobility of the jaw. From some standpoints, it's actually no different from other joint problems, except in the eyes in insurance. To insurance, the temporomandibular [...]

By |July 16th, 2020|TMJ|Comments Off on Will Insurance Cover My TMJ?

The Mysterious Phenomenon of Referred Pain

Have you ever wondered why eating ice cream or drinking a Slurpee gives you a headache? Or why shooting pain in your arm or jaw is a symptom of a heart attack? These are both examples of referred pain, when you feel pain in one part of your body (such as your mouth or [...]

By |May 26th, 2020|TMJ|Comments Off on The Mysterious Phenomenon of Referred Pain
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