The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a joint located either side of the face and joins the jaw to the skull. TMJ pain is quite common and can be associated with abnormal jaw movements and noises.Book A Consultation
The symptoms for jaw (TMJ) pain include:
The cause of TMJ pain can vary and various treatments are available. Common causes include: jaw clenching (which can be caused by stress), arthritis, issues with teeth, a knock or other acute injury. Occasionally there is no specific cause. TMJ pain can also be associated with neck pain or headaches.