February 7, 2017
TMJ disorder often starts out as mild jaw pain or stiffness. That’s why it’s easy to ignore. It will go away eventually, right?
Not likely. What is likely? That your TMJ pain will spread to other parts of your body. Because your muscles are interconnected, pain in your jaw joints can lead to headaches, earaches, and muscle pain in your neck, shoulders, and upper back.
Call us today at our Laredo, TX dental offices (Junction Drive at 956-242-6745 or Winfield at 956-517-2695) and schedule your next appointment for TMJ treatment. Our dentists have the training necessary to help your TMJ heal and avoid all this pain.