Migraines • Headaches • Jaw Pain • Neck Pain • Ear Pain
What is TMJ?
TMJ, a somewhat confusing term often used to describe a malfunctioning temporomanbibular joint, could be at the root of your painful symptoms. When you have an unbalanced bite, your jaws and jaw muscles fight each other to compensate.
Until your teeth fit together in a way that’s comfortable for both, their tug of war battle will only result in painful strained muscles, impacted nerves and painful TMJ symptoms.
Take a closer look at how TMJ affects you.
Dr. Westman can bring balance back to your bite. He uses state-of-the-art electronic instruments such as CT scans and K-7 computerized tracking, and the non-invasive corrective treatments listed above to eliminate your TMJ pain and symptoms.
Once harmony and balance have been restored to your teeth and your jaw, your painful TMJ symptoms can become a thing of the past.