Tell Your Dentist About Issues With Jaw Pain

Instead of simply enduring jaw pain and going about your life with limited or uncomfortable bite function, tell your Redmond, OR dentist about the matter. When you do so, you can learn more about this issue, TMJ disorder, and find out about how it can be treated. People can experience issues with jaw stiffness and pain because of poor joint alignment and movement. Without treatment, this can lead to worsening discomfort when they bite, chew, and speak. It can also cause issues with headaches, along with more frequent teeth grinding and trouble with neck and shoulder pain. Fortunately, TMJ treatment can put an end to these issues and improve your quality of life!

Worried About A Persistent Problem With Jaw Pain And Stiffness?

If you start to worry that jaw pain and stiffness is becoming a recurring problem, you should know that you are not alone in suffering from this issue. TMJ disorder affects many individuals, and its onset can have different causes. By undergoing an evaluation with your dentist, you can learn if poor jaw movement and alignment are linked to your issues with pain, teeth grinding, and limited movement. If this is the cause of your trouble, we can discuss treatment to help you put the matter behind you.

Discussing Treatment For TMJ Disorder And Teeth Grinding

Problems with TMJ disorder and teeth grinding can cause worsening discomfort and problems with dental damage if they are not managed. However, if they are addressed, you can improve your quality of life and dental function. Our practice can help by providing personalized appliance therapy. With a custom oral guard, we can correct an imbalance in your jaw alignment, which can reduce stress and encourage better, more natural movement when you bite and chew. Appliance therapy can also stop nightly teeth grinding from doing permanent harm to your enamel.

Regular Dental Appointments Keep You Updated About Your Oral Health

If you want to stay informed about your oral health, make sure that you have regular dental appointments set. Semiannual visits will provide you with helpful feedback about more than just cavities. You can also receive guidance to improve your oral health and hygiene, warnings about gingivitis, and timely intervention for any other matters that negatively affect your oral health and bite.

Talk To Your Redmond, OR Dentist About Your Concerns Over Jaw Pain

Through treatment to address ongoing issues with jaw pain, our practice can help you put a stop to issues with your stiff and/or painful bite movements. TMJ disorder is one of many matters that we are prepared to address at our practice. If you would like to find out more about how we can take care of you, please contact your Redmond, OR, dentist, Dr. Olson, by calling 541-923-5927.