Do you or a loved one go through frequent jaw or facial pain? Do have difficulty chewing? Or do you often have your jaw “locked out”? If yes, then these symptoms could refer to problems in your temporomandibular joint (TMJ). What is TMJ? The TMJ is basically like a hinge that connects the jawbone to [...]
TMJ is short for "temporo-mandibular joint", the connection between your lower jaw and your skull. For most people, it works fine all their lives, but, for some, it's a source of major problems. [maxbutton id="10" ] What is TMJ and What Causes It? Usually, when people talk TMJ, they mean TMJ problems. There are three [...]
Temporomandibular joint pain, or TMJ pain, is a condition that plagues many people. It is a condition that is always on the mind and frequently needs attention. But those seeking TMJ treatment in Salinas, CA should know that there are options for relief. There are basic steps that can be taken at home and there [...]
If you suffer from temporomandibular joint disorders, or TMJ, you know all too well that certain activities can trigger or aggravate your TMJ disorder. In order to help eliminate unnecessary pain and lessen your TMJ symptoms, try kicking these habits. Nail Biting Nail biting is a big no-no for those with TMJ disorder. Biting [...]
Salinas, CA - Dr. Delwin Hemingway, leading dentist at NEXT Dentistry in Salinas, CA, where he oversees treatments including pain free TMJ, cosmetic dentistry, and a broad range of general dental services, this past week received an honorable distinction from local Congressman Jimmy Panetta for his unwavering commitment to special TMJ care and support. Passionate [...]
Permanent TMJ Relief: In this video, Jessica tells us her TMJ story and her successful treatment by Dr. Hemingway at Next Dentistry.
Legend has it that the famous Greek philosopher and thinker, Socrates was once asked by his student, Plato how he could personally acquire the knowledge Socrates had obtained. Socrates, the smartest man on earth in his day, invited Plato to walk with him along the beach. They walked through the soft sand and then began [...]
This is an interview with a real TMD sufferer after being in treatment for 90 days.
This is an interview with a real TMD sufferer after starting her treatment 6 weeks ago.
This is an initial interview with a real patient who was suffering with Temporomandibular Joint Dsyfunction (TMD). Watch videos 2 & 3 to see how she is doing during her treatment to correct her alignment problem.