Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) more commonly known as TMJ is a term to describe a jaw joint disorder and the muscles that control the joint. The head, neck and facial pain associated with TMJ problems can masquerade as a multitude of other conditions. Fortunately, it can be treated successfully by Dr.Ueber who has acquired the special training necessary to manage this disorders. The Temporomandibular joint may be the most flexible and yet sophisticated joints in the body because they move up and down, side to side and in a wide range of motion. Muscles attach the bones and joints that allow such movements. It is estimated that as many as one in every four Americans suffer from one or more of this symptoms: Headaches, Pain behind the eyes, Unexplained tooth pain, Dizziness, Click, pop or grating sounds in jaw joints, Limited mouth opening, Locking jaw, Neck pain or stiffness, Earaches, stuffiness or ringing ears, Difficulty swallowing. The primary problem can be in the joints themselves the muscles of the face and jaw, or a combination of these. Many never think to seek out a dentist who is trained specifically in TMJ treatment.