Our oral structure contains more than our teeth, tongue, and jawbone. At the back of the jaw, where this structure is connected to the skull, are our temporomandibular joints. We call these TMJs for short. These joints, located on each side of the jaw, are responsible for the variety of movements our jaws complete on a daily basis, such as pivoting from side to side, sliding forward, or opening and closing. All of the functions of the mouth incorporate the TMJs, as well as the surrounding tendons, ligaments, and muscles. We rarely give thought to these joints, even when they may be the cause of certain problems.
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