Dealing with TMJ and Teeth Grinding in Abbotsford
For the treatment of recurring pain or teeth grinding in Abbotsford, get in touch with our team.
The temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw to the skull in front of your ear. People suffering from Temporomandibular Joint Disorder or TMJ often find chewing to be an ordeal and may experience popping or clicking sounds as they eat. Facial pain, neck pain, and frequent headaches are just some of the other symptoms associated with this condition. Any number of factors may contribute to TMJ including arthritis, a physical trauma (a broken or dislocated jaw, whiplash, etc.), frequent teeth clenching, autoimmune disease, or an infection.
Temporomandibular disorders refer to conditions of the chewing muscles and jaw joint.
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Botulinum Toxin Injection
Reduce TMJ & Fine Lines & Wrinkles
A regular part of life as a human being is aging, and with aging comes more wrinkles, especially on the head and face. At Medora Dental Care, our use of Botulinum Toxin Injection® in Abbotsford can help reduce the prominence of wrinkles on your face, including crow’s feet (corner of the eyes), forehead lines and frown lines, among others. We also offer Therapeutic Botulinum Toxin Injection®, which may provide relief from TMJ pain as well as fix hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). Trained and experience in Botulinum Toxin Injection® injections, we are pleased to offer this treatment to our patients. Schedule a consultation to see if Botulinum Toxin Injection® is right for you.
Achieve a Better Bite with Neuromuscular Dentistry
Your teeth, muscles and joints determine how your upper and lower teeth bite together. If you have a misaligned bite, your muscles and joints work to get them to fit together. This can cause your muscles to overwork which may lead to pain.
Muscular dentistry looks at the entire system that controls the function and positioning of your jaw. At Medora Dental Care, our goal is to give you a neuromuscular bite, a jaw position based on a harmonious relationship between the teeth, muscles and jaw joints.