TMJ Treatment In Dubai
Expert Care for Jaw Joint Disorders
At Micris Dental Clinic, we specialize in providing exceptional TMJ treatment in Dubai for individuals experiencing jaw joint disorders. As a leading dental clinic, we understand the impact that temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues can have on your daily life. Our dedicated team of specialists offers comprehensive care and personalized treatment options to alleviate pain, restore functionality, and improve your overall oral health.
If you’re suffering from TMJ-related symptoms such as jaw pain, facial discomfort, or difficulty in opening and closing your mouth, our experienced TMJ specialists are here to help. With a deep understanding of the complexities of TMJ disorders, we conduct thorough evaluations to determine the root cause of your condition. Based on our findings, we develop tailored treatment plans that address your specific needs, providing relief and promoting long-term jaw joint health.
TMJ -Jaw Joint Disorder Symptoms
of TMJ or TMD Disorder
Types of TMJ Disorders
Treatment Options for TMJ or TMD
Most frequently asked questions
The cost of obtaining a TMJ treatment differs based on the type of TMJ disorder a patient has, and, the type of TMJ treatment prescribed to them.
When you begin to experience pain in your face, jaw, neck, and shoulder areas, it may lead to TMJ dysfunction. Sometimes, you may also find it difficult to resume the functionality of your jaw such as opening and closing your mouth (for other activities). This is when you may need to visit a doctor.
This depends on the severity of your case. Typically, it may take anywhere from 18 months to 3 years, to completely heal from a TMJ disorder. Moreover, if you are subjected to open-joint surgery, then the healing time would be longer than other TMJ treatments.
TMJ disorders can be both dental as well as medical problems. To elucidate further, arthritis is a medical condition that causes TMJ. However, this TMJ disorder can directly lead to an array of dental problems like misaligned teeth, toothache, bad bites, and much more.
Our oral and maxillofacial surgeon or TMJ specialist will review the patient’s symptoms and initially conduct a physical examination. Additionally tests like clench tests and X-rays. CT Scan, T-scan, or a joint vibration analysis is performed on the patient.
This depends on the severity of your case. However, the treatment options can vary from non-surgical methods like self-care practices or conservative treatments to surgical options such as injections and open surgery. Usually, surgeries are often treated as the last resort to solve chronic pain and discomfort caused by TMJ Disorders.
While our TMJ specialists and oral surgeons prefer surgical treatment options for TMJ disorders, certain non-surgical alternatives can solve the problem to a certain extent. For Examples: relaxation techniques, acupuncture, wearing splints or night guards, etc.