El Centro TMJ & Migraine Therapy - Eddie Siman, DDS - El Centro, CA
Are you in pain? TMJ symptoms like migraines, headaches, jaw, neck shoulder, ear, eye or facial pain, are often caused by DENTAL problems.
TMJ can ipert in the field, he has helped hundreds of patients find relief.
Dr. Siman can give you the relief you have been searching for, end painful symptoms and improve the quality of your life. In addition to relieving the pain of TMD, Dr. Siman’s work is gentle and painless and is non surgical.
What is TMJ?
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction Syndrome (TMJ) is a common condition affecting millions of people. TMJ is characterized by severe headaches, jaw pain of varying degrees, grinding teeth, and an intermittent ringing in the ears. The vast majority of TMJ sufferers are unaware that the root cause of these problems is something that a dentist can effectively treat.
The symptoms of TMJ are debilitating and can greatly interfere with every day life. The comfort and general well being of the patient is at the heart of the our dental practice, so pain relief is the first consideration of Dr. Siman. We will test, diagnose, and devise an immediate plan to treat the underlying causes of your TMJ disorder.
A healthy temporomandibular joint is painless, quiet, and free moving. When treated as soon as possibly, complications and further damage to the joint or muscles can be reduced.
Please come in for our comprehensive TMJ diagnosis. Book a CONSULTATION or 2ND OPINION today.
Common Symptoms of TMJ:
- Clicking, cracking, or popping of the jaw
- A grating feeling when using the jaw
- Pain and tenderness in the jaw
- Trouble chewing
- Pain while chewing or using the jaw
- Locking of the joint
If you suffer from these symptoms and have not found relief. Come in to El Centro Dental where we could check if you have TMJ by taking a CT Scan of your tempromandibular joints.
Reasons for treating TMJ
TMJ sufferers report that their symptoms generally worsen during periods of prolonged or unexpected stress, and that intense outbreaks of the condition can lead to neck pain and dizziness.
The most common cause of TMJ is the misalignment of the teeth, often called “bad bite.”
The grinding teeth symptom is particularly common and usually occurs at night. The grinding will eventually erode the structure of the teeth and lead to much more severe dental problems in the future. Untreated TMJ is one of the prime underlying factors in eroded jawbones and loose teeth.
It is important for anyone experiencing the symptoms of TMJ to visit the dentist for an exact diagnosis.
What does treating TMJ involve?
TMJ could be a result of several different problems. Bad bite is the most common, but an injury resulting from a blow to the meniscus cartilage is also a possibility. Initially, we will begin by taking a CT Scan of your Jaw. We will also TENS your muscles in order to relax them.
So if you are tired of suffering from TMJ symptoms and you are looking for relief, then schedule your appointment with Dr. Siman today!
To view Dr. Siman's Patients who have found relief, click the link below:
"There were many different dentists, orthodontists, and even acupuncture physicians that I had visited to relieve the symptoms of my painful TMJ disorder. Having tried nearly a half dozen professionals with no signs of sustained, permanent relief, I came across Dr. Siman’s website accidentally—However, this was an accident I have become very grateful for. Aside from his friendly staff and convincing expertise in this field, Dr. Siman’s approach to cure my symptoms was the most unique and straightforward out of all the others. His decision to use pulse therapy to first relax my muscles; thereby allowing my jaw to function in its natural position seemed so simple yet so many professionals overlooked it.
I am therefore very grateful for all that Dr. Siman and his staff have provided to me not just for a comforting doctors visit and real professionalism , but also for taking the time to diagnose a patient correctly. "
Thank you for all you help in relieving my TMJ symptoms!