You Don’t Have to Suffer With TMJ Disorders

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects your lower jaw to the temporal bone of your skull. Everyone has two of these joints, and they’re located in front of the ears. These two very important joints and their corresponding jaw muscles and ligaments enable the opening and closing of the mouth. Your TMJ facilitate chewing, talking and… Read more »

Defined by Dry Mouth?

Dry mouth, officially called Xerostomia, is an oral health problem that many Americans experience. Dry mouth is usually the result of a lack of saliva produced in the mouth and is often a side effect of medication. While dry mouth is common, it is not something to be taken lightly. For most, dry mouth is… Read more »