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TMJ in Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona

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Temporomandibular joint disorders, known as TMJ disorders, are alterations that can cause pain, joint and muscle dysfunction that control the mandibles movements.

This problem is more common in women than men and is often a reason to visit a maxilofacial surgeon.

In our clinic we have a multidisciplinary team that treats this disorder, with our experience we can help you to live pain free.

WHAT MAY CAUSE A TMJ DISORDER?

  • Stress or anxiety. Clenching or grinding (bruxism).
  • To have a bad bite or orthodontic devices.
  • A poor diet or lack of sleep.
  • Wear down of the disc or articular cartilage.
  • Arthriris, fractures, dislocations and structurals problems presents at birth.
  • Bad posture.

WHAT ARE THE TREATMENTS FOR A TMj DISORDER?

Conservative treatment

Sometimes these alterations are temporary and dont get worse. In these cases it can be treated easily aiming on the discomfort. We opt for non invasive therapies like customized night guards combined with physiotherapy or osteopathy.

Tratamientos Quirúrgicos

Cuando las terapias no controlan los síntomas.

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Peralta Silverstone Dental Practice | Dental practice in Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona
The Peralta Silverstone dental practice was founded in 2016 by its chief medical officer Daniel Peralta Silverstone We have a team of specialists with over 10 years of experience in taking care of patients in a professional and familiar way.

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How to prevent a TMJ disorder?

1. Avoid eating hard food

2. Learn relaxation techniques that help reduce stress and mandible tension.

3. Keep a good posture, specially if you work all day on a computer. Try to take pauses often to change position, rest your hands and arms and ease the stressed muscles.

4. Use security meassures to reduce the risk of fractures and dislocations.

5. Avoid extreme mandible movements, like yawning with a big mouth, singing loudly and chewing gum.

6. Try to keep under control stress and anxiety.