Dealing With TMJ in Ellettsville: We Take Jaw Pain Seriously

Bloomington TMJ in EllettsvilleIf you are influenced by temporomandibular joint disorder or TMD, you know how the pain and discomfort of TMD can lower your quality of life. At Create A Smile, we’ve helped countless patients find solutions and efficient treatments for TMJ in Ellettsville.

What is TMD?

The temporomandibular or jaw joint connects the lower jaw bone to the skull. TMD is often associated with jaw and facial pain, headaches, earaches, neck pain, and chewing difficulty. TMD is also associated with jaw clicking, locking, or clenching, and can cause tooth damage and bone loss.

Many TMJ patients first come to¬†Create A Smile after trying to relieve their frequent headaches or neck pain. Since, 2001, we have discovered that many dental patients don’t realize they have TMJ disorder because it can be difficult to pinpoint specifically what is causing the pain. A TMJ specialist can properly diagnose your specific issues and recommend an effective course of action.

The Right Treatment for TMJ in Ellettsville

Because a comprehensive treatment plan is most beneficial, we work closely with a network of TMD specialists including ENT doctors, neurologists, and physical therapists. If you are suffering from jaw pain, we recommend a consultation with doctor Ken Moore at Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore in Bloomington. Our compassionate and friendly staff understands that your time is valuable, so we will do everything we can to ensure that your visit is as pleasant as possible.

At Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore, we understand that TMJ in Ellettsville is a very serious condition that requires excellent care. We also have several other dental services we offer, such as emergency dental care, dental implants, and gum disease treatment.

Contact Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore:


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219 E. 17th St.
Bloomington, Indiana


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