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Ear Pain

How can a TMD doctor help me with my ear pain?

A TMD (temporomandibular disorder) doctor can help you relieve ear pain caused by TMJ disorder in several ways:

Diagnosis: A TMD doctor can diagnose TMJ disorder by examining your jaw and head, taking a medical history, and ordering imaging tests such as X-rays or MRI.

Treatment: Once a TMD doctor has diagnosed TMJ disorder, they may recommend a variety of treatments to help relieve ear pain, such as physical therapy, medication, or a splint to be worn at night.
Jaw exercises: TMD doctor may suggest jaw exercises to help improve the function of the jaw joint and reduce pain.

Lifestyle changes: TMD doctor may recommend certain lifestyle changes such as avoiding hard or chewy foods, avoiding biting your nails or chewing on pens, and reducing stress, which can all contribute to TMJ disorder.

Surgery: In some cases, where all other treatments are not helpful, surgery may be required to correct the problem.

It’s important to note that, if ear pain is caused by other conditions, other medical professionals such as an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor or primary care doctor may be needed to help diagnose and treat the problem.

Difficulty in Chewing

Difficulty in chewing food

Difficulty in chewing food can be caused by a variety of factors, some of which include:

  1. Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD): TMD is a common cause of difficulty in chewing
    food, as it can cause pain and stiffness in the jaw joint, making it difficult to open and close
    the mouth and chew food properly.
  2. Dental problems: Dental problems such as missing or decayed teeth, ill-fitting dentures, or
    orthodontic problems can make it difficult to chew food properly.
  3. Neurological conditions: Neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple
    sclerosis, or a stroke can cause difficulty in chewing food.
  4. Muscles weakness: Weakness of the muscles that control the jaw, such as the masseter and
    temporalis, can also cause difficulty in chewing food.
  5. Gastrointestinal disorders: Gastrointestinal disorders such as acid reflux or esophageal
    cancer can cause difficulty in chewing food.
  6. Medications: Some medications can cause difficulty in swallowing or dry mouth, which can
    make it difficult to chew food.
  7. Ageing: As people age, they may experience difficulty in chewing food due to weaker jaw
    muscles and tooth loss.
  8. Certain medical conditions: Cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and other conditions can also
    cause difficulty in chewing food.

Visit us today and we will help you to determine the underlying cause of difficulty in chewing food,

and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Depending on the cause, treatment options may include physical therapy, medication, dental

treatment. Neocare provides for all solutions under one roof.

World Arthritis Day

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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