TMJ Treatment in Greenville, SC

CAROLINAS CENTER FOR ORAL & FACIAL SURGERY – GREENVILLE

280 Rocky Slope Rd

Jaw Pain or Jaw Popping?

You may be one of the thousands of people in Greenville and the Upstate suffering from the painful and frustrating symptoms of TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Disorder. TMJ Disorder symptoms occur when the jaw joints and chewing muscles  are not properly working together.

 

What Causes TMJ?

There are many reasons you may develop TMJ Disorder.

  • Accidents and injuries can cause damage to the joint
  • Clenching and grinding your teeth can stress your jaw joint
  • Arthritis can cause damage or tear the muscles in the jaw

Do you have TMJ Disorder?

Take our quiz to see how many signs and symptoms of TMJ Disorder you are currently experiencing.

TMJ Symptoms

No matter what the cause of your TMJ Disorder may be, the result can leave you with a variety of jaw pain or problems.

  • Lock jaw
  • Trouble fully opening jaw
  • Swelling in the face
  • Frequent neck  pain
  • Chronic headaches / chronic migraines
  • Ringing or pain in the ear
  • Pain in the face, neck, or jaw
  • Muscle spasms in the jaw
  • Jaw popping or clicking
  • Loose teeth
  • Tooth Movement / Teeth Misalignment
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Referred pain in the teeth, eyes or ears

Best TMJ Specialists in Greenville, SC

When you’re in severe pain, you only want the best treatment for TMJ Disorder so you can feel better faster.  With both conservative and surgical treamtents, Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery offer the most comprehensive suite of care available in Greenville, SC.

Dr. Mary Charles Haigler leads the Greenville team’s TMJ treatment team.  She’s dedicated herself to continuosly learning more about Orofacial (Head and Neck) Pain so she can better serve patients with TMJ.  She splits her time between the office in Greenville, SC and Greenwood, SC.

TMJ Pain Relief

Our TMJ specialists perform a number of diagnostic tests to identify the source of the pain or symptoms you are experiencing.   Once they determine what the root of the pain is, they work with our paitents to develop a customized action plan for permanently fixing the problem. At Carolinas Center for Oral and Facial Surgery, our TMJ doctors have spent years studying orofacial pain and  have the expertise to help you get relief.