TMJ Syndrome is a complex disorder that can affect the temporomandibular joint, facial muscles, facial nerves and surrounding tissues. Symptoms can vary widely. Our evaluation covers many factors: eating habits, psychological profile, stress level, parafunctional habits such as grinding and, in severe cases, CT scans. A treatment plan can be customized to address your specific conditions and ease your particular ailments. Common treatments include: medication, replacement of missing teeth, wearing a mouth guard or physical therapy.