Palatine's Choice for TMJ Symptoms Care

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Do you have headaches? Neck pain? Frequent tenderness in your jaw or popping and click when you open or close your mouth? If those symptoms sound familiar, you may have TMJ disorder. "TMJ" describes a variety of conditions that affect the temporomandibular joint (the point where the jaw opens and closes) and nerves, which can result in chronic facial pain. Palatine TMJ dentists Dr. Unti have the experience necessary to diagnose your TMJ and treat it effectively.

Dr. Unti will develop a treatment plan that's right for you. Many of our Palatine patients have discovered that relief can be obtained from simple changes in their eating and sleeping habits, although more advanced cases may require surgery. Talk to Dr. Unti now to learn what's right for you. Left untreated, TMJ symptoms can lead to debilitating pain and discomfort.

Why wait another moment to meet a top TMJ dentist in Palatine? Call Palatine Complete Dental at (847) 359-7520 or complete our simple online form to schedule a consultation with Dr. Unti.

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If you're looking for a highly-trained TMJ dentist in Palatine you've come to the right place. Dr. Unti offers TMJ dentistry Palatine residents have come to trust for the highest quality dental care.

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