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You can still live a happy and healthy life with TMJ.
If you’re one of the approximately 12 percent of Americans living with some level of TMJ, knowing how to recognize your individual symptoms and triggers is vital to managing your condition. Having a highly qualified, knowledgeable and trained team supporting you will enable you to live a happy and healthy life with TMJ. At the TMJ Treatment Center, we take the guess work out of identifying your symptoms and triggers and help you reduce the stress of the unknown.
For those suffering from TMJ, typical symptoms can include, headaches that range from minor to debilitating, facial pain around the eyes and ears, and neck and upper-back pain and muscle spasms. These symptoms can severely impact your mood, productivity, plans and your daily life.
Knowing your individual TMJ triggers can help you lessen the impact by planning around or avoiding them altogether. Stress is a major trigger for many people, while others may feel their pain after a dental procedure. Still others find that their triggers are hard, sticky or chewy foods.
Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
What’s Next for Life with TMJ?
You aren’t alone in dealing with your TMJ pain. The experts at the TMJ Treatment Center include a team dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of TMJ and other disorders affecting the craniofacial area. Dr. Mitakides is a nationally-recognized expert on TMJ and has spent his career improving the lives of people living with the disorder.
Treatment options can include:
- Minor adjustment to your diet and sleep
- Physical therapies
- Botox treatment
- In rare cases, surgery
The first step in living with TMJ is having a trained and experienced team diagnose your symptoms. Contact the TMJ Treatment Center today.