Have you ever noticed that if you rub two smooth surfaces together, there is very little friction? However, when you rub two rougher surfaces together, the friction causes both the surfaces to vibrate. The same is true for the joints in the body, including the jawbone.
By using advanced joint vibration analysis, Dr. Judson Wall and his team at Dental Solutions, Inc., can determine if your TMJ (jaw joint) is functioning normally. Joints are not supposed to be noisy, and noise in the jaw joint could likely indicate pathology, or a functional problem that is contributing to head and neck pain. The joint vibration analysis helps us determine if your jaw joints need attention.