TMJ Treatments

Serving Georgetown, Texas

The first step in TMJ treatment is to come in for a full examination by Dr. Mandy or Dr. Mark. Using the results of your diagnostic testing and the information gathered from a physical exam, they can determine how to best treat your TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder). Treatment can range from mild medication and self-care to determining how your bite needs to be adjusted to allow your jaw to properly align and relax in the correct position.

After we determine the correct position, we’ll use a bite positioner called an “orthotic” to adjust your bite. This device will relieve your TMD symptoms, then we can use dental restorations or orthodontics to further treat your TMD if necessary.

During your orthotic treatment period, symptoms can also be relieved using Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) therapy. TENS therapy uses electrodes emitting low electrical currents that soothe the painful muscles. Relief from symptoms usually begins within 30 minutes of TENS treatment.

Read what our patients are saying!

From the first time I started my TMD treatment, Hannah and Dr. Mark have been truly amazing! I literally feel like I am at home here, and they both are so informative, friendly, and take the time to make sure all my questions are answered! They are both rockstars in their profession, and I have already recommended several of my friends to Aesthetic Dentistry of Georgetown!

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Schedule a TMJ Treatment Consult in Georgetown!

If you live in the Georgetown, Texas, area and have experienced the symptoms of TMD, you don’t have to live with them any longer. Contact us today to schedule your initial TMJ consultation. Dial 512-819-9100 to reach our office, and let our staff assist you with setting up your appointment. Our practice looks forward to serving you!

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