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Treatment of Facial Pain

Many people suffer from frequent episodes of pain in the temple regions of their head, in the muscles along the side of the face, or even in the joints which we know as the "TMJ" (the tempero-mandibular joint.)

Dr. Weber has been trained to treat this type of facial pain, often in only one visit without the need for expensive therapy or appliances


Please take a moment to answer the following questions to see whether you have would benefit from this type of treatment. If you answer  "yes" to any of the questions, then you will want to click the next button at the bottom of the page and learn more about this condition and how we can help you feel better.

Do you suffer from pain in the joints of your jaw when you chew?

Do the joints of your jaw pop, click or make noises when you chew?

Does your lower jaw ever lock in an open position?

Are there ever any times when you cannot open our jaw as wide as normal?

Do you wake up in the morning with a feeling of soreness in the joints of your jaw?

Do you wake up in the morning with soreness or pain in the muscles of the jaw?

Do you suffer from frequent headaches or facial pain?

Are the muscles of your jaw, near your temples and under your cheekbones, tight or painful when you wake up in the morning?

Are your teeth sensitive to cold objects in general?

Do you have any particular teeth that are more sensitive than others to cold objects?

Are your teeth very sensitive to sweets?

Do some of your teeth just start throbbing or aching after you have been chewing for a while?

Do you have, or have you been told that you have gums that are receding?

Have you noticed a shallow "notch" along the gumline of any of your teeth, especially those whose gums have receded?

Have you had recent restorations which have failed, such as broken fillings, cracked teeth, crowns that have come loose, etc?

Do any of your teeth feel loose or wiggly?

Do your teeth feel as if they don't "fit together" properly when you bite down?

Do your front six teeth appear very worn down on the edges?

Are your teeth frequently chipping or breaking along the edges?

Have you lost any back teeth over the years, causing tipping or moving of the remaining teeth?

Do you wear, or have you ever worn a biteguard or some kind of appliance for the treatment of TMJ?

 If you have answered "yes" to any of the above questions and believe that you are suffering from a TMJ related disorder, take a moment to learn more by clicking here. When you are ready, please use the form below to contact our office and set up your initial visit. Complete relief is just a click away!

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