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Treatment for temporomandibular joint dysfunction can be as simple as, if it's just something sharp, eat a mild diet and take an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drug like Advil. If it is more severe, your dentist can balance your bite. Because often when we grind our teeth, our bite becomes crooked and if your dentist balances his bite that often relieves the symptoms.
The next most aggressive therapy is a bite plate. Your dentist can make a small plastic device that is custom made for the teeth you click on that will prevent you from grinding your teeth into your sleep. And finally, in advanced cases, you may need surgery on the jaw joint just as you would in the elbow, tennis elbow, or knee if you have arthritis due to excessive athleticism.
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