Are You Looking for Looking for TMJ Treatment in Clermont?
Do you find that you're unable to open your mouth without painful clicking and popping sounds? If so, you may be affected by temporomandibular joint disease or TMJ. Dr. Weinstock in Clermont has years of experience in diagnosing and treating TMJ and would love to talk with you about your symptoms. If you're experiencing constant headaches, swelling of the face near the jaw joint or feel that your jaw is locking up, please contact Sedation Dentistry of Central Florida today to get back on the road to recovery.
But what causes TMJ disorder? Some contributing factors may include injuries to the jaw area, certain forms of arthritis, low-level infections and certain dental procedures. Untreated dental problems (crooked teeth, gum disease) can also lead to TMJ symptoms. At Sedation Dentistry of Central Florida we're committed to listening to you and working with you to develop a plan to treat your jaw discomfort.
The treatment plan that's right for you may include restoration of certain teeth that may be contributing to the problem, attention to proper gum maintenance, pain relief, and a concerted effort to identify the underlying causes of your TMJ sumptoms. Many of our Clermont patients have discovered that relief can be obtained from simple changes in their eating and sleeping habits, although more advanced cases may require surgery. Talk to Dr. Michael Weinstock now to learn what's right for you. Left untreated, TMJ symptoms can lead to debilitating pain and discomfort.
So why are you still suffering from TMJ syndrome? Call Dr. Weinstock now at Sedation Dentistry of Central Florida and make an appointment or contact us via our online form.
No one should have to suffer from untreated TMJ symptoms. Dr. Weinstock is highly-trained and experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of this condition and can help get you back to smiling again.
The doctors at Sedation Dentistry of Central Florida are licensed to perform all listed services as general dentists.
Our providers are not specialists in family, crowns, gum disease, sedation, prosthodontics, orthodontics,
endodontics, cosmetic, whitening, implants or non-specialty interest areas that require specific educational
training to advertise this service.