TMJ is a disorder of the muscles of mastication or chewing, the TMJ joints and the associated structures of TMJ. TMJ stands for temporomandibular disorder. The TMJ joint has two components that contribute to some rotation and glide between bones of the jaw. Between these bones are little meniscus or articulating discs that provide a gliding surface for the bones.
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