July 2015

TMJ and Occlusal Disease

TMJ and Occlusal Disease Occlusal disease is an extremely destructive process that can affect: TMJ (jaw joint) Teeth Muscles Periodontal (gum and bone) health     (The photos show gum recession, severe wear, and broken crowns and teeth from occlusal disease) It is important to note that you can have occlusal disease without having TMJ pain …

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Is there a TMJ and Sleep Apnea Relationship?

TMJ and Sleep Apnea  (OSA) share a relationship especially with respect to the facial muscles, central nervous system, and soft tissue of the head and neck.  These can cause a wide range of symptoms from migraine headaches to facial pain. Both are diseases of craniofacial anatomy and craniofacial distortions.  In fact, medicine identifies OSA patients …

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