Temporomandibular joint therapy is a complex diagnostic and treatment procedure that is used in the event of dysfunction of the jaw or temporomandibular joints. There are a variety of different types of temporomandibular joint disease, so these are generally summarized under the term craniomandibular dysfunction (CMD). The temporomandibular joint is one of the most commonly used joints of the human body. For this reason, jaw pain and overloading of the temporomandibular joint are quite a common clinical picture. Characteristic symptoms of CMD support the first suspicion and form the basis for a profound diagnosis.
The symptoms of TMJ therapy include:
Nocturnal teeth grinding (bruxism)
Ringing in the ears