TMJ/TMD THERAPY – HURST, TX

Saying Goodbye to Jaw Pain for Good

Chronic jaw pain can leave you feeling miserable. The discomfort you feel not only radiates throughout your face, but it can also extend into your neck, shoulders, and head. From consistent headaches to difficulty chewing and even talking can take its toll if left untreated. But what can you do? At Cimarron Family Dentistry, our dentists have the knowledge, training, and skillsets to offer dramatic results that will last a lifetime. With TMD Therapy in Hurst, you can begin to notice a significant improvement in your oral functioning as well as how you feel each day. To find out more about this beneficial therapy, contact our office to schedule an appointment.

WHY CHOOSE CIMARRON FAMILY DENTISTRY FOR TMJ/TMD THERAPY?

What is TMJ/TMD?

Temporomandibular joints are those that exist on either side of your jaw. This is the area that connects your jaw to the base of your skull. When working properly, you will be able to eat, chew, speak, yawn, and even laugh without any problems. However, should inflammation occur within these joints, you can develop what is known as TMJ or TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder).

What can cause this to occur? Several things, some of which include:

What Are the Symptoms of TMJ?

If you are suffering from TMJ/TMD, you will find that one or more of the following symptoms are present:

If at any point you start to notice any of the symptoms, make sure you call and schedule an appointment with us right away. Our team will perform a thorough examination of your facial structure and determine whether you are experiencing TMD. If so, we will create a treatment plan to address the issue and help you be free of the pain.

What Are Possible Treatment Options?

At Cimarron Family Dentistry, we believe in providing our patients with easy-to-use, flexible solutions. You won’t have to worry about bulky machinery or overly difficult contraptions to achieve a healthier you.

To treat TMD, your dentist in Hurst will likely begin discussions about the use of an occlusal splint. Also known as a mouthguard, these oral devices are worn within the mouth. Whether you are to wear it all day or only at night will depend on the severity; however, these custom-made appliances are guaranteed to provide a comfortable fit while helping to relax your face and jaw muscles and avoid unnecessary pressure and/or stress onto these areas.

Not only can an occlusal splint help you avoid additional jaw pain, but it can also adjust your bite and reduce the likeliness of excessive wear and tear on your teeth.