Year: 2015

Non-surgical TMJ Treatment

TMJ is often a debilitating condition that lessens the quality of patient’s lives, whether it is in the form of headaches and migraines or pain with clicking and popping.  There are many non-surgical ways to treat TMJ. In fact, proper treatment can help patient’s get off medications that often make them feel groggy and lethargic …

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Botox and TMJ

Many patients with TMJ pain often present in our office having had Botox injections as a means to help them with their facial or TMJ pain symptoms.  Botox is simply a “bandaid” that often masks the pain as opposed to treating the true cause of the TMJ issue.  Even if patients are on Botox, they …

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Do I Have an Ear Infection or TMJ?

Ear pain is a very common symptom of TMJ.  Most ENT physicians see patients everyday who come in with ear pain and think they have an ear infection since the pain comes from the ear area an this may or may not be associated with tinnitus. Whereas some do have ear infections others are surprised …

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Which Tooth Is The Dental Implant

Achieving  excellent results  with Dental Implants and Cosmetic Dentistry is a skill that requires attention to details.  These details are needed from the surgical phase to preservation of tissue and the porcelain design.  Looking at this photo, can you determine which tooth was extracted and an implant placed? The implant is marked with the arrow …

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Can the Way My Child’s Teeth Meet Cause Snoring and Sleep Apnea?

Sleep Apnea in children is a very serious issue and can lead to behavorial and learning disorders.  Orthodontic, tmj issues, and craniofacial abnormalities are often present in children with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and often are not diagnosed or recognized. Some symptoms that are often seen in children with OSA are: -enlarged tonsils -narrow airway -high …

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Headaches and Bad Bites: TMJ Issues

Headaches are the second most common problem (after back pain) seen in medical practices. Since it is such a common problem, headaches are also a common reason that patients visit neurologists. Houston TMJ Dentist Dr. Konig focuses on the mouth, jaw, teeth, and head, which are frequently involved in tension headaches. There are different types …

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TMJ: What are the benefits of Physiologic Approach to TMJ Treatment

Physiologic or Neuromuscular TMJ treatment differs from traditional TMJ treatment in several significant ways.  Popping of the jaw joint or  jaw pain is often indicative of a more complex problem than just the noise. Traditional TMJ focuses on purely on the teeth and immediate jaw area as opposed to looking at the “whole” system which includes …

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