TMJ Treatment

By: Treva Diane Lee, DDS  04/15/2014
Keywords: Dentists

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders are a group of disorders affecting the joint, bones, and ligaments that connect the lower jaw to the skull. Caused by a variety of factors, TMJ disorders have many different symptoms.

Keywords: Dentists

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