Most people are familiar with the common symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. These symptoms include jaw pain, muscle tension in the jaw, neck, shoulders, or back, headaches, and clicking and popping noises when moving the jaw.
However, since the temporomandibular joint is so close to the trigeminal nerve—which is the largest cranial nerve in the human body—problems with this joint can cause unusual symptoms in rare cases. What are two unexpected symptoms of TMJ disorders?
An article by Dr. Mojgan Mazhari. Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.
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