TMJ

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Trigger Point Injections Relieve Pain from the TMJ Syndrome

September 09, 2019
We have seen thousands of patients over the years who suffer from pain from the TMJ and TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder/dysfunction) syndrome. This localized or referred pain to the head and neck can be intractable and ongoing for many years with the individual being very frustrated. On our… Read Full Post

Trigger Point Injections to Treat TMJ/TMD

May 07, 2019
TMJ pain symptoms are most frequently referred from “trigger points” in the jaw muscles, rather than directly from the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). This condition most frequently results when the muscles are overworked because a bad bite is producing hyper-irritated (“trigger”) points in the… Read Full Post

How Dr. Marlin Provides Long Lasting TMJ Therapy

April 15, 2015
We frequently see patients who have been trying, albeit unsuccessfully, for years to have their jaw pain treated. They are uncomfortable and cannot seem to obtain relief even though they have been to several qualified dentists. Dr. Marlin has been successfully treating TMJ patients for years via… Read Full Post

Suffering from TMJ? Understand How Your Dentist is Best Positioned to Treat Your TMJ

March 23, 2015
If you suffer from TMJ, including symptoms such as jaw pain, headaches and a ‘clicking’ jaw, your dentist can be best positioned to effectively treat this condition, which Dr. Gerald Marlin, a Prosthodontist and TMJ dentist serving Washington DC and Bethesda Chevy Chase, discusses in this video.

Suffering from Severe Headaches? TMJ Could be a Cause & Dr. Marlin Can Help

February 04, 2015
Unbeknownst to many people, severe headaches can be directly related to TMJ. This condition can be effectively treated by Dr. Marlin with TMJ dentistry, minimizing your pain and discomfort, and here Dr. Marlin provides you with an overview.

TMJ and Neuromuscular Pain

April 09, 2010
Many have heard of TMJ pain, but are unaware that, in many instances, the term TMJ pain is a misnomer.  TMJ stands for the Tempormandibular Joint Dysfunction Syndrome, which, by it self, implies that the pain is coming from the joints.  In our experience, the predominance of patients who are… Read Full Post