The temporomandibular joint connects the upper and low jaws, and any misalignment can result in pain in the joint. A dentist can discuss the treatment options for a misaligned jaw with you.Key takeaways:
- Consistent pain when chewing or speaking could be a sign of a misaligned jaw.
- A misaligned jaw can result in regular mouth breathing and an increased risk of cavities for your teeth due to a dry mouth.
- Problems when speaking or pronouncing certain words can be another sign of a misaligned jaw.
"Many people have a jaw misalignment and don’t realize it. Overbites and underbites are two of the most common types of malocclusions, or misaligned bites."Read the full story herehttps://yourdentalhealthresource.com/if-youre-experiencing-these-symptoms-you-could-be-suffering-from-jaw-misalignment/