Myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome (MPDS) Our specialist doctor is skilled in treating this relatively common disorder affecting large population. This disorder has become a common problem for majority of clients owing to the stress associated to life style, Office work etc. The treatment can be done only under specialist doctor supervision which takes more time and patience after proper diagnosis.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) refers to a group of disorders affecting the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), masticatory muscles and the associated structures.These disorders share the symptoms of pain, limited mouth opening and joint noises.
The three cardinal symptoms of TMJ disorders are: facial pain, restricted jaw function and joint noise.
Located around the TMJ, but may be referred to the head, neck and ear.
Pain, located immediately in front of the tragus of the ear, projecting to the ear, temple, cheek and along the mandible, is highly diagnostic for temporomandibular disorder.
Restricted jaw motion
May affect mandibular movement in any direction.
Jaw movements increase the pain.
Patients may describe a generally tight feeling, which is probably a muscular disorder, or a sensation of the jaw “catching” or “getting stuck”, which usually relates to internal derangement of the joint.
Clicks and other joint sounds are common; they are not significant unless there are other symptoms.
Ear symptoms – otalgia, tinnitus, dizziness.
“Locking” episodes – inability to open or close the mouth. Inability to open the mouth is more common
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Most of our treatments are coverd by a long term guarantee which will be discussed with you before begining treatment.