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  • Who should I see for my TMJ problems?

    Who should I see for my TMJ problems?

    February 20, 2011 | More

    One of the major causes of TMJ problem is the teeth and the related muscles. A dentist who is well trained in the area of TMJ is the best place to start and of course other professionals who have TMJ experience are also a good place to start. Treatment based on evidence is always better than belief.
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  • What is some of the terminology associated with the treatment of TMJ?

    What is some of the terminology associated with the treatment of TMJ?

    February 20, 2011 | 0 Comments | More

    Not all Insurance network doctors know how to treat TMJ problems.
    The person involved in treatment is often a Doctor, Dentist, Otolaryngologist . Other specialist and health care experts may be involved.

  • How is TMJ Disorder treated?

    How is TMJ Disorder treated?

    February 20, 2011 | More

    TMJ problems can originated from the teeth, the TM Joint itself, from the jaw muscles, or from other aggravating factors like trauma both physical and mental.

  • How many TMJ disorders exist?

    How many TMJ disorders exist?

    February 20, 2011 | 0 Comments | More

    Current literatures contain a wide array of confusing definitions for terms such as CFP, CFD, MFP, MPD, CMD, CMP, CMDS, TMD, TMJ, TMJD, OFD, OFP, MMD, AFP and many others.

  • What are the symptoms of TMJ?

    What are the symptoms of TMJ?

    February 20, 2011 | More

    TMJ problem can originated from the teeth, the TM Joint itself, from the jaw muscles, or from other aggravating factors like trauma both physical and mental.

  • What is TMJ?

    What is TMJ?

    February 20, 2011 | More

    TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint. This is the joint connecting the lower jaw to the upper jaw. This joint is directly in front of the external ear canal.

Sleep Apnea

| January 28, 2012 | 0 Comments


Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) most likely is due to your tongue position.  The tongue determines the opening of the oral pharynx. As early as the 1940s, many studies pointed to the position of the tongue’s important in maintaining the airway. If you snore a lot, next time you visit a dentist, ask for a tongue examination and do a sleep apnea exam also.
It is important to know that OSA, TMD, and Bad Bite not a stand-alone problem. They are all inter-related like the moon goes around the earth, and the earth goes around the sun.

Category: Sleep Apnea

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