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12. 12. 2016

Recent News, TMJ

My TMJ is a Pain in the Neck

Do you ever wonder where your neck pain is coming from?  Have you seen multiple doctors and they can’t give you a straight answer?  Can TMJ cause neck pain? Yes it can, and it may be that the underlying cause of the pain is in fact a TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder, which is usually overlooked….

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11. 28. 2016

Recent News, TMJ

Is My Headache Related to My Jaw?

Have you ever wondered where your headache was coming from?  Did you ever think it had something to do with your jaw?  Most people don’t.  Oftentimes people wonder, “Can TMJ cause headaches everyday?” The truth is, yes. Because a headache is so common, it often becomes labeled incorrectly. People suffering from headaches are constantly misdiagnosed…

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10. 31. 2016

Recent News, TMJ

What Does TMD Have To Do With My Eyes?

  You may remember when I have previously referred to TMJ dysfunction (TMD) as “The Great Imposter” because its symptoms can mimic those of many other conditions. Today I’ll be talking about the relationship between TMD and eyes, eye pain, sensitivity to light and other visual disturbances. Pain in and around the eyes can be…

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09. 29. 2016

TMJ

The Buzz on Tinnitus

Have you ever experienced ringing or buzzing in ears that only you can hear? This perception of sound, tinnitus, can manifest itself in many different ways. According to the CDC, tinnitus affects nearly 15% of the American population. One cause of tinnitus is an underlying TMJ disorder (TMD). TMD is often called “The Great Impostor”…

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The contents of this website, such as text, graphics, images, and other materials are for informational purposes only. While there are many commonalities among multiple TMD and sleep apnea cases, each patient is unique. Information on this website should be used to educate the reader about what they should discuss with their doctor if they are suffering from the listed symptoms. The information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek the advice of your physician or you may call our office with any questions you may have regarding TMD or sleep apnea. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.


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