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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - Home
    advanced training programme limited to Orofacial Pain Management and TMJ disorders at the University of California Los Angeles UCLA in 1998 I completed a clinical training Residency programme at the UCLA medical centre and dental school and completed a Masters of Science in Oral Biology I returned to Ireland in 2001 and established my practice in Cork and Limerick which is devoted to the management of TMJ and Orofacial Pain patients I have lectured locally nationally and internationally to dentists medical doctors ENTs Pain Anaesthetists Consultants physiotherapists osteopaths endodontists and multiple chronic pain support groups I authored Managing Orofacial Pain in General Practice published by Quintessence Patients who suffer from persistent jaw pain and facial pain will face several challenges They may attend multiple healthcare professionals about their problem Sometimes the diagnosis can be made easily as in cases of obvious ear infection sinusitis or dental abscess Other conditions however can be considerably more difficult to diagnose and manage One such condition is TMJ as it falls at the interface between medicine and dentistry It is common for patients to complain of what they perceive to be an earache headache sinus infection or indeed toothache only to be told that

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - FAQ
    3 I had a MRI of my TMJs I was told that the cartilage in my jaw joints has slipped out of place What is the significance of this Hits 3131 4 What are the indications for TMJ treatment Hits 1824 5 I am studying music in university Are musicians susceptible to TMJ problems Hits 1394 6 I recently attended an ENT consultant who advised me that my earaches were coming from my TMJs Is this possible Hits 1225 7 What is the difference between TMJ and trigeminal neuralgia Hits 10697 8 I have been advised that orthodontic treatment is necessary to manage my TMJ problems However there seems to be some conflicting views on this subject Hits 1191 9 I have been advised that Botox can be used to treat TMJ disorders tooth grinding Is this possible Hits 1583 10 I presented to my dentist with a toothache I have been advised that there is no tooth related problem but instead the pain is arising from the TMJ Is this possible Hits 1706 11 I have been advised that I grind my teeth at night but I find this very hard to believe as I nor my husband hear

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - Directions
    The Clermont Clinic is approximately 300 yards on the left side just before the traffic lights and just beyond the AIB From Limerick via Mallow Take the main Limerick road N20 into Cork City via Blackpool Drive straight past the Blackpool Shopping Centre on your left and follow the signs for the North Ring Road Take this road around the city until you approach a Flyover at the end of a steep hill The Silversprings Moran Hotel will be on your LEFT Turn left BEFORE crossing the flyover and follow the signs for the Dunkettle Roundabout Tunnel When entering Dunkettle roundabout take 3rd exit and pass through the tunnel Travel south N25 W approx 4 5miles to Kinsale Rd roundabout go to directions from Kinsale Rd roundabout From Dublin via Mitchelstown When entering the Dunkettle roundabout take the 2nd exit and pass through the Jack Lynch tunnel Travel south N25 W approx 4 5miles to Kinsale Rd roundabout Stay in the left lane when approaching the roundabout otherwise you will go over the roundabout on the flyover go to directions from Kinsale Rd roundabout From Waterford via Midleton Take the N25 passing via Youghal and Midleton Exit at the Dunkettle Interchange When entering the Dunkettle roundabout take 1ST exit and pass through the Jack Lynch tunnel Travel south N25 W approx 4 5miles to Kinsale Rd roundabout Stay in the left lane when approaching the roundabout otherwise you will go over the roundabout on the flyover go to directions from Kinsale Rd roundabout From Kinsale Road Roundabout Take the car ferry exit EAST bound N 25 E If you are coming from Dublin or Waterford you will double back on the same road Stay in the left lane when approaching the roundabout otherwise you will go over the roundabout on

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - Contact Form
    Disorders How are TMJ Disorders treated Bruxism Grinding and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia Dr Eamonn Murphy Orofacial Pain Specialist Clermont Clinic Douglas Road Cork Ireland Tel 353 0 21 429 4590 Fax 353 0 21 429 5213 email emurphy jawpain ie Name E mail address Subject Your Message Copy Code Send Message Thank you Please turn on javascript to submit your data Thank you Dr Eamonn Murphy

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - What is TMJ?
    and the associated muscles that control jaw movement The temporomandibular joint or jaw joint is situated on either side of your head in front of your ears where your lower jawbone meets your skull This joint allows you to talk chew and yawn Generally jaw movement is smooth without deviations or deflections and this is achieved by an articular disc or cartilage that is located between the lower jawbone and

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - What are the signs and symptoms?
    Locking of the joint making it difficult to open or close your mouth Headache An uncomfortable and uneven bite because one or more teeth are making premature contact Patients may present with multiple signs or symptoms however it is not uncommon for patients to present with a single sign or symptom A common example is the patient who presents with an earache caused by referred pain from the TMJ Typically

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - What causes TMJ Disorders?
    a role in some disorders as this can lead to stretching of the joint ligaments or displacement of the articular disc Other risk factors include systemic arthritic conditions rheumatoid arthritis jaw clenching teeth grinding fibromyalgia and congenital deformities Stress is thought to play a role is some but not all cases For many people symptoms may start without an obvious trigger TMJ disorders most commonly occur in women between the

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - How do you diagnose TMJ Disorders?
    teeth jaw face head and neck The astute clinician will generally diagnose the problem using the history and clinical examination Orofacial pain can be a symptom of many other conditions such as sinus disease migraine cluster headaches trigeminal neuralgia and dental disease It is imperative to appreciate normal anatomy in order to understand the pathological processes that affect the TMJ Imaging studies such as jaw radiographs CT scans or MRI

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