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TMD or TMJ Therapy in Niagara Falls

Do you feel pain when trying to open your mouth? Does it hurt to move your mouth from side to side? You could be suffering from the common problem of tempromandibular joint pain (TMJ) or tempromandibular dysfunction (TMD). We offer TMD or TMJ therapy in Niagara Falls.

Some other symptoms include:

  • Pain in the neck and/or shoulder
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Hearing loss or ear pain
  • Grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw while sleeping
  • Constantly feeling fatigued
  • Hearing a popping or grating sound, or any other noise in your jaw joints
  • Suffering from chronic headaches in your temples or above your eyes
mandible pain

Treatment of these TMJ problems can be complicated due to often being multi-factorial. Successful treatments begin with proper diagnosis, so we will do a thorough evaluation of your problem to determine the best way that we can help and the appropriate therapy. This may involve other professionals, including:

  • Physiotherapy

  • Chiropractors

  • Massage therapy

  • Cranio-mandibular specialists

  • Physicians

  • Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment


To book a consultation, please contact our team today.





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Did You Know?

  What causes TMJ?

There can be several factors that can lead to TMJ. If due to any reason your teeth or your facial muscle is under stress, there could be a problem in your jaw joints. Some of the common reasons of TMJ may be bruxism, or the grinding of teeth, head injuries, arthritis, or misalignment of the upper and the lower jaw.


Since there are multiple factors affecting TMJ, treating a case of TMJ will be specific according to the type and cause of your pain. Some can be treated by reprogramming your muscles with the help of high-end devices, while some can be treated using physical therapy and manual corrections. Please consult the dentist if you feel any symptom related to jaw joint dysfunction.

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