Little Elm Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction Pain: MLS Laser Therapy Launched

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The clinic has introduced some of the latest therapeutic approaches, which are non-invasive and do not involve any surgical intervention. Treatment programs can last between 12 and 16 weeks, with 95% of patients reporting a full resolution of symptoms. In the small number of cases where therapy has been unsuccessful, the clinic continues to offer phase-2 non-reversible options.

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Millennium Smiles’ enhanced treatment options can be recommended following a diagnosis of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD). The clinic uses advanced biometric technology, known as joint vibrational analysis, to assist in accurately identifying the condition when a client presents with associated symptoms.

The temporomandibular joint is the point at which the lower jaw bone connects to the skull, and it is regarded as one of the most complex joints in the human body. Any misalignment can cause a range of specific and non-specific symptoms, such as jaw or facial pain, difficulty chewing, popping noises in the jaw, ringing ears, headaches, neck and upper back pain, and/or tingling fingers.

While TMD is reported as the second most common cause of musculoskeletal pain, Millennium Smiles explains that many individuals may not be aware that they suffer from the condition. The clinic’s introduction of advanced diagnosis technology, along with some of the latest therapeutic techniques, is designed to help clients seek appropriate treatment at the earliest possible stage.

One of the new TMJ pain treatment options offered by the clinic is MLS (multi-wave locked system) Laser Therapy. It is a quick, non-invasive procedure that blocks the source of pain and promotes cellular repair.

“TMJ pain can present in different forms, making it a challenge to diagnose and treat,” a clinic representative explained. “Our TMJ therapy is a reversible, noninvasive method that is recommended as the first line of defense for TMJ issues. Failing to treat TMD can have detrimental effects on your oral health or overall health, so we recommend having it checked in our clinic if you experience any symptoms.”

Temporomandibular joint problems have long been associated with obstructive sleep apnea, and Millennium Smiles also specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep breathing problems. Now offering appointments at its Main Road and Lebanon Road clinics, the practice is one of the most advanced in the wider Frisco region.

“From the moment I walked into Millennium Smiles as a new patient, I was greeted warmly,” one client recently stated. “They gave me a tour of the beautiful modern office, which really set the tone for an amazing level of professionalism.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Millennium Smiles
5649 Lebanon Rd

United States

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