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whiplash and jaw pain

How can Whiplash Cause Jaw Pain? – Let’s Find Out

Physiotherapists have established that the correlation between a whiplash and TMJ pain is mainly due to myofascial problems related to cervical injury during an accident.
arthrocentesis tmj

Arthrocentesis TMJ & its Use in Relieving Joint Pain

TMJ arthrocentesis is a minimally invasive minor surgical procedure which is performed to correct displaced disc or relieve the stiffness of the jaw due to fluid build up.
What is Trismus

What is Trismus? Signs, Causes and Treatment Options

Trismus or 'lockjaw' is a painful condition in which the chewing muscles of the jaw become contracted and sometimes inflamed, preventing the mouth from fully opening.
referred tooth pain

What is Referred Tooth Pain and What to Do About It?

Referred pain is a type of dental pain perceived at a location which is other than the site of the painful stimulus. Sometimes it gets difficult to tell which tooth is causing dental pain.
Tmj and Vertigo

Tmj and Vertigo – Are They Related? Let’s Find Out

Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) and vertigo are related due to the proximity of temporomandibular joint to the ear. Vertigo can cause balance issues, which can lead to falls or serious injuries.
sore gums

Do You Have Sore Gums? – Keep a Check On Your Oral Habits

Usually, bad oral habits are the primary factors that impair the health of the gums. Other main causes of sore gums are improper brushing, smoking, & bad diet.

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