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TMJ Pain Disorders

TMJ is an abbreviation for the Temporo-Mandibular Joint, or the jaw joint, which we use every time we eat, swallow and talk. An injury to your TMJ can cause numerous complaints including headaches, ringing in the ears and even neck, shoulder and upper back pain, however because these complaints can be attributed to any number of conditions, many people will put up with the pain and very rarely will the problem be diagnosed correctly.

We have many years expertise in TMJ treatment and our dentists are renowned for both diagnosing and treating the condition. We place great emphasis on education and make our patients aware of the various symptoms that can arise from a TMJ problem. We feel that it is important for TMJ patients to learn as much as possible about the joint and its problems when seeking care. By booking a consultation and speaking to one of our experienced dentists we can then determine the extent of the problem and begin the most suitable course of treatment. At The Boathouse we tailor our care to ensure it meets the exact requirements of each individual patient. We have in-depth knowledge of the complexities of the joint and will work quickly to alleviate any pain you might be suffering.

Our aim at The Boathouse is to provide unparalleled provisions to our clients by offering a variety of different services under one roof. Our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced dentists will ensure that your treatment is of the highest quality. At The Boathouse you will save both money and time, but importantly, you will receive personal treatment to suit your specific needs.

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