Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ) are related to the complex jaw joint. Our multidisciplinary approach to both surgical and non-surgical management of TMJ disorders typically involves close consultation with restorative dentists, orthodontists, and physical therapists. Every patient is different and depending on the diagnosis, treatment may involve medication, diet restrictions, physical therapy, dental splints, orthodontics, and/or surgery.
The list to the right is an abridged list of the most common temporomandibular joint disorder related topics managed by the highly trained, diverse group of specialists at HNSA. It is for patient information only and is not meant to be all-inclusive.