TMJ Surgery

Our Corrective Jaw Surgery Center

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Our Treatments

Understanding TMJ Surgery

Our TMJ (temporomandibular joint) Surgery aims to provide relief for patients whose TMJ issues have not responded to conservative treatments. Indications that you may benefit from this treatment include:

Severe pain and dysfunction that does not respond to conservative treatments.

Structural abnormalities in the jaw joint.

Disc displacement that causes chronic pain and locking.

Arthritis affecting the TMJ.

Trauma or injury to the joint.

Our TMJ Surgical Solutions

TMJ surgery is designed to alleviate chronic pain and restore proper jaw function. Understanding the indications and potential outcomes of these procedures is crucial for informed decision-making. 


This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose and treat TMJ disorders. Its benefits include less scarring, reduced recovery time, and minimal discomfort.

Here’s how it works:


Small incisions are made near the TMJ area.


A tiny camera (arthroscope) is inserted to visualize the joint.


Surgeons can repair or remove damaged tissue, remove adhesions, or reposition the disc.


This also allows for a targeted deposition of medication (steroids, hyaluronic acid, platelet-rich growth factors).

Open Joint Surgery

This is a more invasive procedure and is considered when an arthroscopy is insufficient. This procedure is effective for severe joint damage or structural issues.

Key aspects include:


A larger incision is made, providing direct access to the TMJ.


Surgeons can repair, replace, or reposition the joint components.



The prognosis for TMJ surgery can vary depending on several factors, including the specific condition of the patient, their individual response, and the surgical technique used. 

However, many patients experience:

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