TMJ is often used as a way to describe pain in the jaws, face or neck, but the term TMJ doesn't refer to a disorder - it really means temporomandibular joints. It's a misnomer when people say they have TMJ -- everyone has temporomandibular joints! What most people really mean when they refer to TMJ is a variety of problems that are commonly associated with pain or discomfort in that area.Estimates show that up to 30% of the population suffers from pain in this joint, causing it to be the second most common cause of face, tooth, or mouth pain after toothaches. Read on to learn about why you might be suffering from this painful condition.
Aug 28, 2014
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