See Tempero-Mandibular Joint.
formed by the jawbone meeting the skull, and is just in front of the ear. Problems from this joint can cause headaches. Please consult with a headache neurologist before pursuing jaw surgery as pain experienced in the jaw can be referred from different locations. Please see "Headache: Did You Know" sign.
The temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) is a very unique and fragile joint. Because of the numbers of tendons, ligaments and muscles that are used to hold it in position, it is subject to trauma and stress. As a result, headaches, jaw soreness and neck aches can all be related to problems related to the TMJ. Sometimes the small disc that separates the lower jawbone from the socket where it rests gets displaced and a bite splint may be used among other therapies to "reposition" the jaw into the proper alignment. More on the TMJ.
Acronym for "temporomandibular joint", or the joints where the jaw attaches to the skull just in front of the ears. It is sometimes linked to headache pain.
the temparomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jaw to the skull
TMJ refers to the temperomandibular joint. The lay term is jaw joint.
temporomandibular joint -- many people suffer from problems related to the jaw muscles and the jaw (TM) joint. The muscles and joints may not function properly, resulting in cycles of pain and spasm.
temporomandibular joint disorder, the place near the ear where the lower joins the skull. A defect of the disc or other parts are involved. A clicking noise is most common with this disorder
TemporoMandibular Joint (Dysfunction). The TMJ is the joint that connects your jaw bones. TMJD is a result of a serious irritation or stress placed on this joint.
empero- andibular oint Syndrome - habitual clenching of the jaw muscles . Uranium
Please see Temporomandibular Joint.
The Temporo Mandibular Joint connects the lower jaw with the scull. Many patients have pain in this region. The source of this pain is in either the joint itself or the surrounding muscle structure. Dr. Wang is able to assess the source of discomfort or pain and has had great success in treating the muscular component of TMJ.
The temporomandibular joint, or connecting hinge mechanism, where the lower jaw attaches to the skull
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction Syndrome occurs when patients experience pain, clicking or popping in the jaw joint in front of each ear.
See tempromandibular joint.
The temporomandibular joint, the point where the lower jaw attaches to the skull
Temporomandibular joint, which is the joint in front of your ear
Tempero-mandibular joint, the joint that hinges the lower jaw (mandible) to the skull.
The temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw, called the mandible, to the temporal bone at the side of the head.
Tempero-mandibular joint - hinge of the jaw.