Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders can cause damage to your teeth and gums over time. However, they have also been linked to the presence of migraines. What are some of the reasons why this is the case?
Muscle tension within the jaw can place pressure upon specific nerves.
This pressure can manifest as a migraine.
Localised inflammation and stress are two additional contributing factors.
"If your TMJ is found to be the underlying issue, your dentist can put measures in place to treat your TMJ pain."
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