TMJ Disorder25 Apr 2011
Temporomandibular Joint TMJ disorders can develop when one or both of the TMJ does not functioning properly.
This disorder can happen due to any number of causes that will resulting in chronic ear pain, jaw stiffness and soreness, difficulty opening the mouth, jaw popping or clicking, and headaches.
Most of the TMJ disorder sufferers may experience either sharp pain or a dull, constant ache. Take a note that the causes and symptoms of TMJ disorder are so varied from one to another, however the condition are classified become three main sub-categories such as:
- Inflammatory joint disease
- Myofacial pain
- Internal derangement of the joint
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