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Clinic Snapshots – TMJ Arthroplasty Scar

  Dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most common causes of head and neck pain. Inside the joint is a working relationship between the condylar head (ball) and the glenoid fossa (socket) which is separated by a meniscus or disc. This thick fibrous structure allows the ball of the joint to Read More…

OR Snapshots – TMJ Glenoid Fossa Implant Removal

  The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) creates the articulation between the lower jaw and the skull. It allows the mandible to open and close and creates the capability for the only moveable bone in the entire craniofacial skeleton. The TMJ is about the size of one’s thumb and is composed of a ball (condyle of mandible) Read More…

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