Picture a door hinge that moves to allow the door to open fully and close shut. When the door hinge is working correctly the door moves freely, if it becomes rusted or damaged, the door may no longer open to its full capacity. What does a door hinge have to do with health?

Our jaws have the ability to open and close, which allows us to speak, eat and yawn. But when damage occurs to thetemporomandibular joint (TMJ) – the joint that connects the jaw – our ability to perform these functions diminishes, hence the term“lock jaw.” The jaw becomes locked not allowing for full range of motion making normal tasks quite difficult. (The umbrella term for issues with this joint is called temporomandibular disorder, or TMD.)

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