Craniomandibular Dysfunction


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Craniomandibular Dysfunction

After dental causes, the second most common cause of orofacial pain (in the face and mouth area) is craniomandibular dysfunction. Craniomandibular Dysfunction (CMD) is defined as the set of pathologies and clinical situations that cause disorders in the masticatory system, which includes the muscles of the mouth and face, and the joints of the mouth....

TMJ and its relation to headaches

Nowadays, stress is one of the most frequent enemies of our lives and one of the biggest responsible for very common symptoms, such as tension headache. Oftentimes this type of tension or stress headache  are related to disorders of the temporomandibular joint  (TMJ), which is the joint formed by the upper part of the jaw...

Los músicos y los trastornos de la ATM

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Postoperative care at Maxillofacial Institute

Postoperative care after orthognathic surgery   At Maxillofacial Institute we offer customized postoperative care to our patients operated of maxillofacial surgery,  including physiotherapy, hyalotherapy and lymphotherapy masks, in order to optimize their recovery.   What are the benefits of each of these techniques?   Physiotherapy The techniques of manipulation and / or mobilization that the...