Temporo-mandibular Joint (TMJ) Treatment

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Temporo-mandibular Joint (TMJ) Treatment

Temporo-mandibular Joint (TMJ) Treatment

The way your teeth come together when your jaws close down is known as a ‘bite’. When you chew or eat something and if your teeth don’t fit together properly, you could have a ‘bad bite’. This condition can signal issues with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and the surrounding muscles in your face.

Do you suffer from the following?

  • Burning or inflammation in the throat
  • Difficulty in opening mouth
  • Discomfort while chewing, eating, or swallowing
  • Dry or hot mouth
  • Ear pain, noises in-ear, loss of hearing, itching
  • Facial pain including persistent jaw pain
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Jaw muscle pain or swollen muscles
  • Jaw displacement or clicking jaw while opening the mouth
  • Nasal obstruction, altered vision, burning sensation, or pain in the eyes
  • Reduced neck and back mobility
  • Clenching or grinding of....
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American Hospital Professional Physicians

American Hospital Panel of Doctors

Our Physicians are all American Board Certified or of equivalent, supported by western trained Perfusionist, Nurses and support staff.

Tareq Y Shabani

Director Of Dentistry Department

Arabic, English

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