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Temporomandibular joint disorder is best described as a condition characterised by pain and impaired movement in the jaw joint or muscles around the jaw. TMJ disorder may present itself as mild or severe. Symptoms may range from headaches, migraines, popping sounds in the jaw, muscle pain and tenderness, facial pain and neck pain.

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jawTemporomandibular joint dysfunction is caused by the joints getting displaced or the failure to maintain a normal relationship between articular surfaces over the normal ranges of motion. Pain, restricted jaw functions and clicking sounds are symptoms of the condition. TMJD is however more common among women than among men, with the ratio reported to be 8:1.

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self careThe temporomandibular joint is a complex joint which is tethered by a number of muscles to the skull. Anything affecting the joint itself or its working mechanisms is capable of causing temporomandibular joint disorder. Symptoms of the disorder are pain, discomfort and popping sounds in the joint.

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