Temporomandibular
Joint Surgery (TMJ)

Joint of the lower jaw.

• Consistent pain radiating from the jawbone area
• An inability to comfortably open or close the mouth
• Eating difficulty
• Limited jaw mobility
• Neck & shoulders pain
• Dental damage
• Headaches/ migraines
• Ear pain or tinnitus
• Eye pain

We may recommend surgical solutions if you have tried non-surgical treatments for TMJ disorder e.g. the use of pain killers, night guards, Botox injection and muscles relaxant

Arthroscopy

During this surgery, a small hole is made above the jaw joint. Then we use this opening to insert special surgical tools with a light attached. They then adjust the muscle, bone, and ligaments of the joint as needed to provide relief.

This procedure offers a significantly shorter recovery time with a lower risk of complication.