TMJ Disorder Symptoms

Jaw, Face, Neck, or Ear Pain

Jaw, Face, Neck, or Ear Pain

The many nerves present in the jaw can result in pain appearing in nearby areas, and can cause pain or tenderness in different locations even if the jaw itself does not hurt.

Limited Range of Motion

If the jaw does not move as far or as easily as it usually does, it might be a sign of problems with the TMJ. Other common symptoms include the jaw locking in an open or close position, as well as clicking or popping noises during movement. 

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