How TMJ Disorder May be Affecting You

How TMJ Disorder May be Affecting You

The connection of your lower jaw to the skull is the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. You have two of these joints, one on each side of the head, which allows you to control the movement of your jaw so you can chew and talk. There are a few different factors that can...
Most Serious Causes of Oral Lesions

Most Serious Causes of Oral Lesions

Oral lesions, or ulcers in the oral cavity, are fairly common and can be caused by a wide range of factors and conditions, including localized trauma, such as exposure to an irritating agent, viral, fungal, and bacterial infections, nutritional deficiencies, and...
Questions to Ask Your Oral Surgeon

Questions to Ask Your Oral Surgeon

Before you undergo oral or maxillofacial surgery at Rutgers Health University Dental Associates, you’ll have a consultation with your oral surgeon to go over the details of your impending procedure. This is a great time to ask all of the questions that may be running...

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