When you discuss problems with TMJ disorder with your Sheridan, WY dentist, you can begin plans to treat issues with your jaw alignment and movement that have created several issues with discomfort. Those issues can include jaw stiffness and pain, headaches, and even difficulties with eating and speaking. This can also lead to relief from… Read more »
Is An Untreated TMJ Problem Causing You To Grind Your Teeth?
If you have difficulty moving your jaw while speaking, or trying to eat, it could be due to an untreated issue with TMJ dysfunction. This problem can do more than just interfere with the movement of your jaw – you could experience chronic pain in your face, head, and head because of it. You can… Read more »
Treating Jaw Problems That Can Disrupt Your Daily Life
If you have issues with your jaw, your daily life can be negatively affected by several unpleasant symptoms. You might not realize it, but the reason for your frustrating chronic headaches could be related to TMJ dysfunction. While this problem concerns your jaw joints and muscles, several areas like your head, face, and neck can… Read more »
What Your Dentist Can Do To Address A Teeth Grinding Problem
In many cases, dental crowns are used to restore cavity-affected teeth. What you should know is that your Sheridan, WY dentist’s office will provide restorative work for more than just tooth decay. In other words, a cavity is not the only problem that can affect the health of your tooth in a serious way. People… Read more »
Is Teeth-Grinding Damaging Your Smile?
Grinding your teeth is an unconscious habit for many people. It can happen because of stress and a clenched jaw. It can happen because of an improperly aligned bite. It usually happens while you are sleeping at night. Whatever the reason of habitual teeth-grinding (a condition also known as bruxism), it can cause damage to… Read more »
Putting An End To Chronic Jaw Pain
Chronic jaw pain, and a lessened ability to bite, chew, and speak comfortably, could be the consequence of TMJ dysfunction. If your temporomandibular joints (TMJs) come out of their proper alignment, it can lead to operational difficulties. You can also experience headaches, and pain in your face and neck – this is because your jaw… Read more »
Grinding Your Teeth At Night Can Lead To Dental Damage
When you wake up in the morning, you should feel refreshed. If you are dealing with bruxism, you may be more likely to wake up feeling pain. People with bruxism tend to grind their teeth while they sleep, which means potentially awakening to soreness in their teeth, face, and jaw. While this can be enough… Read more »
Dental Damage from Bruxism and TMJ Disorder
If you visit your dentist regularly, then you are probably aware that there a more dental issues that can afflict your mouth than most people are aware of. While caring for your teeth and gums should be an integrated part of your daily routine, there are other considerations for the health of your mouth, such… Read more »
Bruxism and TMJ Disorder: Connecting The Dots
If you suffer from bruxism, you are not only placing your teeth at high risk of future damage. You are also placing the surrounding structures that partially compose – and support – your oral cavity and smile at risk. For instance, you may suffer from jaw joint discomfort – commonly known as TMJ disorder –… Read more »
Are you Grinding your Teeth at Night?
The medical term for teeth grinding (which is a condition that effects millions of Americans) is bruxism. Sheridan dentists, Dr. Cody Coon, Dr. Justin Coon, and Dr. Donald Coon diagnose bruxism by checking your teeth, bite, and jaw position for signs of chronic grinding at each dental six month dental checkup. If you have questions… Read more »