Cause of jaw joint disorder

There are direct and indirect causes of jaw joint problems. Direct causes, such as trauma or inflammation, have characteristics that cause damage to the jaw joint itself or lesions.
In most cases, however, other tissue systems associated with jaw joints become a source of development, causing problems in jaw joints. The leading factor in production is teeth.
The teeth and jaw joints form a system of chewing food. Therefore, they are closely related to each other and the problem of the teeth affects the jaw joint.
Symptoms of jaw joint problems are an inconvenience. You can get along if you wait. However, considering the quality of life, it is a big inconvenience.
In particular, there is a report from the academic community that the risk of jaw joint problems in women being affected by female hormones is very high that they can be transferred to lesions in uncomfortable situations.
If a person with multiple arthritic arthritis has a risk factor caused by teeth, the jaw joint can be absorbed and the teeth can not engage properly.

■ Interpolation by falssing
In cases of irregular perlock, the teeth of the stomach and the lower teeth can collide with each other. There is no clear symptom of occlusion interference as in other diseases. Even dentists can not be found with the naked eye.
When the teeth do not engage evenly in the front and back teeth, the first contact point becomes the lirepoint, dislocating the joints and stressing the various creative muscles connected to the joints.
Starting with muscle strain (muscle aggregation), muscle / nerve syndrome causes muscle pain (migraine, shoulder pain, and back pain) in other muscles linked to the muscle root.

■ Clenching teeth
Stress, overwork, and tension can cause jaw joint problems. When they are nervous about this, most people are likely to keep their teeth together secretly.
This type of tension that holds your teeth tightly is called clenching, which gets worse when you sleep. This may cause grinding of teeth.
Clenching can have a devastating effect on the jaw joint if there is interference in the occlusion. Clenching causes headaches to worsen when you are stressed or overworking.

■ Trauma from Accident
Traffic accidents and prices can damage jaw joints and cause jaw joint problems. As cars become a necessity of daily life and the frequency of car accidents increases, the number of jaw joint problems associated with car accidents also increases.
In particular, when the head is rolled back in the event of a collision, the tip of the jaw strikes the chest again, causing damage to the jaw joint.
In most car accidents, treatment will be concentrated on areas of the accident that look large with the eyes. The damage to the jaw joint is not visible, so the damage is ignored. However, when the memory of an accident is gone after several years, headaches, pain in the back of the neck, and pain in the nose are often reported, and the symptoms are often very severe. Damage to the jaw joint, which was caused by traffic accidents, is belatedly caused by incorrect pain.
Even if such symptoms were diagnosed as a syndrome caused by damage caused by traffic accidents, one can not appeal to them because all compensation measures have already been completed.
In advanced countries, whiplash has always been considered as part of insurance for traffic accidents.