Is Surgery Required to Treat TMJ?April 6, 2018
I am a new patient, what do I bring to my first appointment?April 6, 2018
Some treatments for TMD/TMJ include muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatories, biofeedback, or wearing an orthotic appliance in the mouth.
However, patients seeking long-term relief should seek the care and advice of a doctor who has years of experience.
Dr. Grill can determine the cause of your symptoms via a thorough the interview/examination process and by conducting a series of diagnostic tests. These tests may include Doppler examinations, CT & MRI scans of the TMJs, mounted study models of the teeth, and X-rays. This process may seem time-consuming, but proper diagnosis is essential before the appropriate treatment can be recommended. It can save time, suffering, and money by ensuring you receive the treatment appropriate to manage your particular problem.
Dr. Grill only provides nonsurgical treatment of TMJ. However based on the severity or complexity of the case, he may seek helpful advice from other experienced clinicians. For more information or to make an appointment, please call us at (888) 204-7919 or email email@example.com