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TMJ Dentist Thousand Oaks

TMJ Dentist Thousand OaksThe jaw joint is both complex and delicately balanced. The joint is not large, but its sliding and hinging motions are critical to allowing you to eat, talk and make various facial expressions. In other words, this joint needs to be functioning properly for your physical health and your ability to communicate. Our Thousand Oaks TMJ dentist offers compassionate care that can promote the health of your temporomandibular joint and decrease or resolve symptoms of TMJ disorders.

At your consultation, our TMJ dentist in Thousand Oaks will do a complete evaluation. We will check the function of your jaw, ask questions about your medical and dental history and may recommend diagnostic imaging, such as X-rays. This will allow us to see any abnormalities or injuries to the joint. We will also evaluate your symptoms, which may include tooth grinding, clicking or popping in the joint, tinnitus, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, earaches, reduced range of motion in the jaw, tightness in the jaw, facial pain or a jaw that locks into position.

Thousand Oaks TMJ Dentist

While experts do not fully understand why some people develop TMJ disorders, our Thousand Oaks TMJ dentist will work with you to identify the source of your problem. In some cases, a bad bite or bruxism may be to blame. Gum chewing, holding a phone between your chin and shoulder, biting your nails and similar habits can contribute to the problem. A history of injury or arthritis in the region could also be the culprit. We will work with you to find the root cause of your TMJ and address it, but we will also offer symptom relief to help you heal.

Common treatments that our TMJ dentist in Thousand Oaks may suggest include:

• Rest
• Cool or warm compression
• Medications
• Physical therapy
• Oral splints
• Orthodontic treatment
• Surgery

Relief from your painful jaw symptoms and a full restoration of function and health are our goals. Call us to schedule your appointment with our expert in TMJ in Thousand Oaks.