All our dental services have resumed
We have resumed all our dental services, curative and preventive
In a time of PANDEMIC :
The Tremblay Dental and Implantology Clinic has implemented one of the safest dental care protocols in response to the pandemic. Our patients can be reassured knowing that our professionals have the necessary expertise in the application of the strictest sterilization and hygiene standards.
We have all the necessary protective equipment, which meet the highest standards. Our sterilization center has been perfected, our rooms are equipped with ventilation and air purification systems with HEPA filters, and our staff is trained in triage.
Call us in case of an emergency
We accept dental emergencies.
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Temporo mandibular joint disorder (TMJ) and bruxism
The jaw is connected to the skull by temporo mandibular joints (TMJ). These joints enable the closing and opening movements of the mouth, as well as the sideways and forward movements.
The temporo mandibular disorders (TMJ) can cause many other problems, among them:
- Hypersensitivity or pain during jaw movements or even when the jaw is at rest;
- Limitations or difficulty to open, or close the mouth, joint noises like cracking or
- Muscle stiffness of the jaw, face, neck or shoulders;
Dr Tremblay has completed advanced training cources in occlusion. He bases his diagnosis on a complete dental examination and proposes the appropriate treatments to correct or improve your condition. When necessary, Dr Tremblay works with a radiologist specialized in maxillo-dental, to obtain a thorough CT-Scan or Magnetic Resonance analysis.
Numerous treatments can improve your dental health; i.e. wearing a mouth guard can often reduce the intensity of the joint and muscular stiffness, and also limit the wear of the teeth caused by bruxism (teeth grinding). The meticulous equilibration of your occlusion or an orthodontic treatment can also improve the movement of your TMJ. To reduce the joint inflammation, medical treatments, osteopathic or physiotherapy are also recommended.
Generally, these disorders require meticulous attention and thorough knowledge of medical dentistry.