Your Days of Dealing With TMJ Pain Are Over

Treatment of TMJ-related problems can greatly reduce the patient’s quality of life and lead to limitations in functionality and pain that might necessitate the loss of work time. Whether the patients complain of minor discomforts or severe TMJ disorders that practically disable them, it is possible to attain symptom relief and live a healthy, comfortable life again through TMJ treatment offered by DrKayvonJavid and Dr Mariam Nadi. Visit our office and contact us to set the ball rolling for your well-being

More than 10 million Americans are affected by TMJ issues


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TMJ and Teeth Grinding

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, disorders relate to the jaw joints and the muscles connected to them. Bruxism, or teeth grinding, occupies a special place in the development of TMJ, affecting the joints and gradually wearing down the teeth that are inconsistent with one another. This bite irregularity is prevalent and can cause TMJ pain and continue the problem in joints. This is the natural cycle that patients with bruxism go through and may be relieved by a basic procedure in which the dentist adjusts the chewing surfaces.

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Find Relief With Effective TMJ Solutions

Dr. Javid and Dr. Nadi offer much needed relief from painful TMJ symptoms with treatment backed by years of experience and advanced training. Both experts stay abreast of current TMJ solutions and oral health improvement through professional associations such as the American Dental Association and American Academy of General Dentistry. While every case is unique, our expert team recommends and provides successful therapies such as:

  • Nightguard therapy
  • Occlusal adjustment
  • BOTOX®
  • Moist heat applications
  • Cold compresses
  • Jaw, neck and shoulder stretches and exercises
  • Anti-inflammatory medications

Know the Signs and Symptoms of TMJ Problems

  • Jaw pain or stiffness
  • Facial pain or discomfort
  • Chronic headaches
  • Jaw locking
  • Popping, grating or clicking noises
  • Toothaches
  • Neck, shoulder or upper back pain
  • Earaches or tinnitus
  • Flattened or uneven edges of the teeth

Take the first step towards improving your oral health