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Atm – Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jaw and the so-called temporal bone, located in the skull allowing its mobility and actions such as talking or chewing. Occasionally, there is a case of temporomandibular dysfunction, which is detected by a characteristic sound similar to a click when opening and closing the mouth. This is a consequence of an abnormal displacement of the meniscus from the jaw joint.

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Tooth Dystopia: Why and How to Treat

Well, it’s nice to keep everything is in the right place – this statement also applies to teeth. Occupying the desired position, the tooth correctly contacts its complementing tooth during closure. As a result, the jaws functions correctly.

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Dental Fracture Guide

I chipped a tooth. What I do? Have I lost it? Will I never recover it again? In this post we are going to answer all the questions and explain how to deal with dental trauma, a situation that, most likely, sooner or later we will have to live closely. Today we will delve deeper into the subject.

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