TMJ, Trigeminal Nerve and Teeth

In Teeth, TMJ by Dr. Donald Johnson

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and the three trigeminal nerves work together as very important structures in the head.  When the TMJ is injured or jarred out of alignment, it affects the head and the neck because the trigeminal nerves innervate the TMJ and much of the rest of the head and the neck.  Therefore, head and facial pain may result …

New Imaging Technology

In TMJ by Dr. Donald Johnson

 Our practice uses the advanced T-Scan III system to help us see your dental occlusion (your bite) to increase detail and efficiency.  We employ many state-of-art technologies in our practice to increase patient comfort, shorten the length of patient visits, and improve the results of our treatment.  Dentistry is full of advancements that make the claim that they improve a …