If you are experiencing ear pain, popping of the jaw joints, or difficulty chewing after a recent dental procedure, you may have symptoms of TMJ. Temporomandibular joint disorder can be quite painful and typically requires medical attention to relieve symptoms. While TMJ can be caused by stress and arthritis, it can unfortunately develop as the result of poor dental work. Dental malpractice that may lead to the development of TMJ include:
While there are medications that can be used to relieve the pain of TMJ, this is a temporary solution. In order to treat the root source of your discomfort, medical professionals may need to implement a variety of diagnostic and rehabilitative measures to correct the issue. If you are a victim of dental malpractice, you should not be responsible for paying the medical bills to reverse the consequences of poor dental work.
Our personal injury attorney will help you seek justice for the negligence of poor dental work. Call 330-212-6922 now to schedule your free consultations.