Do you suffer from chronic headaches?

Do you think you have migraine?

Do you feel pain in your jaw, when opening and closing your mouth?

Does your jaws make sounds, when opening and closing your mouth?

Do you anything about jaws diseases?

Some symptoms that could be related to the jaw:

Chronic headaches

Whistling sound in the ears or tinnitus

Pain behind the eyes

Migraine headache and Neck pain

Dizziness and nausea

Majid Nouhi


TMJ Disorders from Sweden

Provide consulting services in the field of jaws and Joint-temporomandibular disease

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What Is TMJ?

Many people, even doctors, nurses, use the term TMJ. But what does this abbreviation mean? The term TMJ is an abbreviation for Temporomandibular Joint, or the jaw joint. In fact, there are really two TMJs, one in front of each ear. The TMJ is the joint formed by the temporal bone of the skull (Temporo) with the lower jaw or mandible (hence, mandibular). These joints move each time we chew, talk or even swallow. The TMJ is actually a sliding joint and not a ball-and-socket like the shoulder. This sliding allows for pressures placed on the joint to be distributed throughout the joint and not just in one area. The TMJ is the most complex joint in the human body. The jaw articulation (Temporomandibular Joint) in fact relates both the lower and upper jaws that have a disk in between easing their movment .The disc, being attached to a muscle, actually moves with certain movements of the TMJ.
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