Is it time to take control of your TMJ dysfunction?

Why does my TMJ hurt?

You rely on your jaw to chew and talk. If your jaw hurts, it may be telling you something’s wrong.

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What can I do?

Talk to your doctor. They'll typically manage your TMJ pain by first recommending non-surgical treatments, such as medication treatments or mouth guards. But sometimes that's just not enough, and your doctor may recommend other treatment options, including a TMJ replacement.

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What have other patients experienced?

Your body is different from everyone else’s. Your pain is different, too. But, a lot of folks have something in common; TMJ pain kept them away from a normal life.

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Where can I learn more?

Managing your TMJ dysfunction can be confusing, but we can provide you with information to help you on your journey. For any additional questions, we recommend reaching out to a local physician.

  1. TMJ Concepts Sterile Implant IFU
  2. TMJ Patient Brochure
Important information

Potential risks of the procedure

Adverse events include worsening of TMJ symptoms, operative difficulties, chronic or reoccuring swelling, jaw muscle spasms, temporary and/or permanent facial muscle weakness, temporary and/or permanent numbness, temporary and/or permanent hearing loss, dental malocclusion, dislocation of implant components, resorption of the glenoid fossa or mandible, perforation or dehiscence of surrounding tissue, allergic reaction, post-operative pain, swelling, bruising, jaw muscle spasm, hematoma formation, and nerve pain.

Please see Instructions for Use (IFU) for a complete listing of warnings, precautions, and adverse events. 1, 2

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The information presented is for educational purposes only. Stryker is not dispensing medical advice. Please speak to your doctor to decide what course of treatment is right for you. Only your doctor can make the medical judgement regarding which products and treatments are right for you. Any medical procedure carries certain risks, and your doctor will explain all possible complications and/or side effects. Not all patients will experience the same results.

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