Complex of symptoms often seen in cervical sprain conditions. Symptoms include clicking in the jaw on opening and closing the mouth, soreness in the jaw, headaches, buzzing sounds, changes in hearing, stiffness in the neck and shoulders, dizziness, and swallowing disorders.
An abnormal condition of facial pain and poor function of the lower jaw, apparently caused by a defective or dislocated joint.
(TMJ) Inflammation in this joint may lead to difficulty opening the mouth fully, pain in the joint, and/or in the neck and head region; other symptoms include headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, and nausea
Headache, facial pain, and jaw tenderness caused by irregularities in the way the joints, muscles, and ligaments in the jaw work together.
Pain or discomfort involving the muscles, joint, and/or ligaments used in chewing.
The problems associated with TMJ, usually involving pain or discomfort in the joints and ligaments associated with these areas or in the muscles used for chewing.
The problems associated with TMJ, usually involving pain or discomfort in the joints and ligaments that attach the lower jaw to the skull or in the muscles used for chewing.