Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions has published its latest article highlighting relevant aspects of Bruxism and Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. It is aimed primarily at people interested in getting a healthy and beautiful smile. The report is available for viewing in full below.
Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions has published a new article entitled, "LONG-TERM RELIEF FOR TMJ WITH DR. MERGEN," which sheds light on Bruxism and Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. The report thoroughly describes the causes, symptoms, and how to treat this disorder. Those who are suffering from bruxism, and are interested in learning more, can view the full article at Mergen Orthodontics/Blog
Mergen Orthodontics' report briefly introduces what bruxism is and its possible causes. Additionally, the article provides a detailed account of tooth grinding's consequences, among them Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). The information provided is highly beneficial for those who suffer from grinding or clenching of the teeth since, without proper treatment, it can lead to severe consequences.
According to the report, the excessive pressure caused in someone's upper and lower teeth contributes to irritating jaw muscles and joints, leading to a series of undesired symptoms. The symptoms are best described in the following extract:
'As someone's jaw joints become more inflamed and irritated, they may develop a variety of symptoms such as; persistent jaw pain and chronic headaches. They could also experience clicking or "popping" noises when they chew, muscle spasms, facial or neck pain, and hearing difficulties such as ringing sensations or "stuffiness" in their ears.'
In discussing the article's creation, Dr. John Mergen, Founder/CEO at Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions, said:
"The proper orthodontic diagnosis and treatment can provide a stable bite relationship that reduces and often eliminates the TMJ symptoms. Moreover, correcting the underlying problem is the key to stopping the symptoms, providing long-term relief, and allowing people to get rid of nightguards and medications."
Regular readers of Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions will notice that the article takes a familiar tone, described as 'trustworthy and relevant.'
Mergen Orthodontics now welcomes comments and questions from readers concerning the article. They intend to provide relevant and valuable information to their patients and audience. The reason is that they want to help the audience be better informed about TMJ disorder and ensure a solution for correcting this issue.
Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Mergen Orthodontics Clear Solutions via their website at https://www.mergenorthodontics.com/
The complete article is available to view in full at Mergen Orthodontics/Blog