Dislocated Jaw:Understanding the Mechanics and Dealing With the Pain
by Patricia Brown, March 21, 2018
- The mechanics of the jaw are fairly intricate, and jaw dislocations occur more easily than expected.
- Symptoms commonly include a crunching noise and difficulty eating or moving your jaw.
- Although jaw dislocation does not usually require surgery, clinical guidance and care are advisable.
Your jaw hurts. In fact, your entire face hurts. Is it possible you’ve dislocated your jaw? A dislocated, fractured or broken jaw is a very common injury to the face. When it comes to facial bones, only the nose gets broken more often.
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