Relieve Jaw Pain & Protect Your Teeth with TMJ Treatment in Frankfort, KY
Living with chronic pain in your jaw, frequent headaches, and muscle soreness in your face, neck, or shoulders? You might be suffering from TMJ disorder or teeth grinding and not even know it! Find relief with our TMJ treatment in Frankfort, KY.
With our highly effective TMJ and teeth grinding solutions at Bell & Bell Dentistry, you can:
- End chronic jaw pain and headaches
- Protect your teeth from premature wear and tear
- Enjoy comfortable chewing again
Dr. David Bell and Dr. Joe Bell have the training, skills, and experience to provide you with instant relief from the pain and pressure of TMJ and teeth grinding problems. Call us today at (502) 783-6322 to schedule an exam or consultation.
End the Painful Cycle of TMD & Bruxism
Millions of people are suffering, many without even realizing it, from the painful cycle of TMJ disorder, or TMD, and teeth grinding, also known as bruxism. The uncomfortable symptoms that are commonly linked to TMD and bruxism resemble those of other conditions, which is why you need the help of trained professionals to find solutions.
With over 60 years of combined experience, our father and son team of dentists have the necessary training to provide accurate diagnosis and effective treatment so you can live pain-free!
We can create a custom oral appliance that will fit comfortably over your teeth to eliminate the pressure and stress you’re putting on your jaw. By preventing the clenching and grinding of your upper and lower teeth while you sleep, you’ll wake up feeling rested, go about your day pain-free, and even allow your jaw to heal itself over time!
Understand the Symptoms of TMJ Disorder
Our team can determine if your pain and discomfort are related to TMD, a condition where your misaligned jaw joint creates a ripple effect of potentially harmful behaviors and miserable symptoms, like:
- Teeth grinding and clenching (bruxism)
- Frequent painful headaches, migraines, and earaches
- Pain or difficulty when chewing
- Dental damage
- Muscle tension in your face, jaw, neck, and shoulders
- Clicking or popping sounds in your jaw
- Soreness in your jaw, especially in the morning