Do you suffer from jaw pain, clicking and popping, or chronic headaches due to Temporomandibular Joint Disorder?
We can alleviate TMJ symptoms and help you live pain-free!
TMJ stands for “temporomandibular joint,” the joint on either side of your jaw, just in front of the ear, that allows the jaw to move up and down and side to side for biting, chewing, talking, yawning, and making facial expressions. When the temporomandibular joint is irritated or out of alignment, you can experience considerable pain, headaches, and jaw clenching. You can experience TMJ pain for a variety of reasons, but there are treatment options available. Our office can help you relieve painful TMJ symptoms with accessible, comfortable solutions.
Why do so many patients choose City dentist Dr. Name for TMJ treatment?
Using state-of-the-art technology our dental team can evaluate your TMJ symptoms, and design a customized treatment plan for you. Our office treats the root of TMJ—not just the symptoms. By pinpointing where your bite and jaw are experiencing dysfunction we effectively treat TMJ symptoms, often using unobtrusive, non-surgical options.
We’re here for You
Painful TMJ symptoms—jaw pain, jaw joint popping and clicking, and chronic headaches—can add stress and anxiety to your life. Our dental team will help alleviate your stress by working with your schedule and financial situation to help you get TMJ relief.
What Our Patients Are Saying
As a former dental assistant, I have an insider perspective on good dentistry. Dr. McConnell runs an exemplary practice that, in my opinion, is unparalleled...
I've had positive experiences with almost every dentist (a long list...) who has treated me. Dr. McConnell and his staff take professional skill, courtesy, and patient comfort to a whole new level.
— Louisa N.
I am on my way to getting my true smile back afters almost twenty years. The kindness and compassion I have felt, along with the incredible level of expertise you have in your field, have enabled me to put my trust in you, and I am now starting to feel good about myself again.