Effective Home Remedies for TMJ Relief

​ What if there's actually something you can do at home to reduce the pain of your temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJD, considerably? Truth is you'll need to seek medical care from a professional to find lasting relief to the pain that comes with TMJ disorders. That's why we recommend you visit Dr. Norman and the Dream Smile team for effectiv...
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Deep Bite: Causes and Correction

​ When teeth are obviously crooked or crowded, many people know to seek orthodontic treatment to correct the issue. But, patients are not as likely to seek out treatment or be overly concerned about their deep bite or overbite issues. Many might not even know what a "deep bite" is or why it is a problem, but dental professionals would argue that th...
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How Long Does TMJD Pain Last?

​ Along with jaw pain, temporomandibular disorder can lead to other symptoms including headaches, migraines, and pain in the ears, face, teeth, neck, shoulders and back. TMJD pain, in many cases, can be severe and long lasting. While acute TMJD pain and symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, often disappearing after the source o...
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TMJD Patients: What Not to Eat

​ If you suffer from a TMJ disorder, you know the pain that can occur on a bad day when your jaw is feeling extra sore or your head and ears are aching. It's important to understand which foods can trigger this flareup of pain and which foods are safer to eat when you want to control symptoms as much as possible. It may seem obvious, but many of us...
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What Is Bruxism?

It's a weird word and one many people haven't heard of before, but over 25 million Americans actually experience bruxism on a regular basis. The dictionary definition of bruxism is "the involuntary or habitual grinding of the teeth, typically during sleep." Basically, it occurs when you grind or even clench your teeth while concentrating, stressed ...
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