Solutions to common dental problems
Jaw pain can range from a twinge to mild or severe. Sometimes the pain may radiate to other areas of your face or cause other symptoms like headaches.
You may also be experiencing sore teeth, difficulty chewing or opening your mouth, facial pain or sensitive teeth.
Dental problems can lead to a sore jaw. A sore jaw can also be caused by medical conditions.
It is important to see both a dentist and doctor to fully investigate the reason for your sore jaw.
Sometimes noises of the jaw such as clicking or grating sounds or even the locking of the jaw require specialist attention. Likewise, pain of the jaw over a prolonged period of time should be fully investigated.
If you are experiencing jaw pain you should see a dentist and doctor.
To find out more about treating your sore jaw, call our friendly staff at Woodville & Seaton Dental Clinic on (08) 8268 5422 or request an appointment online.