What is TMJ? TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, or the jaw joint. Each person has two, one in front of each ear. The TMJ is the joint formed by the temporal bone of the skull with the lower jaw or mandible. This is the most highly used joint in the body. It moves every time […]
At the age of six to seven years, the first baby teeth start to get loose and fall out and the permanent ones erupt. During this age we may start to see signs of crowding. Crowding or incorrect bites are usually a sign of incorrect growth. We encourage each patient to keep their lips together, […]
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