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Jaw pain is a widespread problem which affects people all over the world. It's the cause of different challenges for treatment in the community of health care. This is especially true in terms of diagnosis as well, not just the treatment. When it comes to jaw pain, proper diagnosis is essential. This is because there are a lot of potential causes for the condition. To treat jaw pain, doctors need to pinpoint the exact cause of the condition. They need to do this so that they can provide the best possible treatment available. Jaw pain has the potential to become a debilitating condition. This may happen if it starts to affect the person's ability to speak or eat. To give you more information, let's discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatments for jaw pain:

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1. Pain in the Jaw

Of course, the very first symptom of jaw pain is a pain in the jaw. This is commonly caused by temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder otherwise known as TMD or TMJ. This condition affects the temporomandibular joints which are the hinge joints found on each side of the jaw. One way to treat this symptom is to apply an ice pack or moist heat to the area. Place some ice in a bag and wrap it with a think cloth. Then use the ice pack to your face for about 10 minutes or so. Then remove it for the same amount of time before you reapply it to your face. You can also take a washcloth, dampen it with warm water, then apply it to the jaw. This will help relieve pain by relaxing the overactive muscles of the jaw.

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