TMJ – the temporomandibular joint – is located in front of your ear where the skull and lower jaw meet.
The TMJ is the most constantly used joint in the body. It allows your lower jaw to move and function.
Symptoms may include:
Diagnosing TMJ disorders can be complex and may require different diagnostic procedures.
If non-surgical treatment is unsuccessful or if there is clear joint damage, surgery may be needed.
Treatments may include: