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For this reason we are providing you with this source of basic information on TMJ causes, symptoms and treatment. We believe you will find it quite complete and that it will answer many of your questions and concerns. If you still have any unanswered questions, please contact us (email directly to info@tmjdentistvirginiabeach.com) or call 757-412-1400 and schedule a personal consultation with a Virginia Beach TMJ Dentist..

zVBDoorHere at TMJ Virginia Beach, TMJ and TMD is treated through the science of Neuromuscular Dentistry. Neuromuscular Dentistry is the science of dentistry that embodies accepted scientific principles of patho-physiology, anatomy, form and function. TMJ Neuromuscular dentistry objectively evaluates the complex relationship between teeth, temporomandibular joints and the masticatory muscles in order to achieve an occlusion that is based on the optimal relationship between the mandible and the skull – neuromuscular occlusion.

Dr. Carol F. Morgan, DDS, a Virginia TMJ Dentist, treats patients with symptoms of TMJ / TMD. Many of her patients achieve great success relieving pain and problems such as headaches, migraines, jaw pain, facial pain, clenching or grinding of teeth (bruxism), jaw joint pain, jaw joint noise, clicking or popping, sensitive teeth, limited mouth opening, chewing difficulties, ear congestions, neck pain, dizziness, postural problems, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), tingling in the finger tips, difficulty swallowing, hot and cold sensitivity, loose teeth, nervousness or insomnia, chronic pain in teeth, face, head, neck, shoulders, or back, or any combination of these areas.

Dr. Carol F. Morgan, DDS, helps TMJ and TMD patients in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, York, James City County, Williamsburg and all surrounding communities of Hampton Roads.

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If you have found this website, you or someone your know has temporomandibular disorder (TMD / TMJ) or you have been told that you may have such a condition. You may be suffering from migraine headaches, jaw pain or neck pain. It is our belief that a well-informed patient is the most satisfied patient. TMJ and TMD may range from a rather simple condition to a very complex one.

 

Are You Suffering With Any Of These

TMJ Symptoms?

 

 

If So…We Can Help!

Click On Your Symptom To See How.

 

 

Migraines or Headaches

Headaches and Migraine headaches are a very common symptoms of Temporomandibular (TMJ) Disorder.

 

Neck and Shoulder Pain

 

Many patients experience Neck and Shoulder pain or stiffness related to Temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders.

 

Postural Problems

 

Posture, especially head posture, can also play a significant role in your occlusion.

 

Facial Pain

Many patients find themselves massaging their face and jaw to comfort their facial pain.

 

Numbness & Tingling

 

Temporomandibular disorder affects the nerves and muscles of the face, jaw, neck and shoulders.

 

Grinding Teeth

 

Bruxism is the dental term for the prolonged, unintentional grinding and clenching of the teeth.

 

Teeth Sensitvity

 

There are many reasons why a Temporomandibular (TMJ) disorder patient may have pain or sensitivity in their teeth.

 

Sore Teeth

 

Waking up in the morning with sore teeth is a classic sign of temporomandibular disorder (TMJ/TMD).

 

Loose Teeth

 

People who suffer from Temporomandibular disorder (TMJ / TMD) many times indicate that one or more of their teeth feel loose.

 

Jaw Pain

 

Many patients complain of jaw pain or tiredness of their jaw muscles.

 

Jaw Clicking & Popping

 

Many patients throughout Virginia who suffer from TMJ or TMD experience popping, clicking or snapping in the jaw joint.

 

Ringing in the Ears

 

The medical term for ringing in the ears is tinnitus.

 

Locking Jaw

 

A very common symptom of temporomandibular disorder (TMD / TMJ) is limited jaw movement or the locking of the jaw.

 

Depression

 

There is no question that chronic pain very commonly causes symptoms of depression.

 

Chipped Teeth

Worn or chipped teeth is by far one of the most common symptoms of clenching or grinding of teeth.

 

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984 First Colonial Road

Suite 100

Virginia Beach, VA 23454

757-412-1400

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Links:

Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies
www.lviglobal.com

The International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics
www.theiaca.com

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists
www.aacd.com

Hampton Roads Center for Cosmetic Dentistry
www.hrccd.com

 

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