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Dear Patients and Families, We are very happy to be able to get back to work and see our patients who we have missed over the past few months! We would like to update you on our office, it’s measured re-opening, and the steps we are taking to ensure we do everything possible to keep our patients and our team healthy. We are planning to reopen slowly over the next few weeks. We are going to take a phased approach towards our reopening to minimize the number of patients in the office. This will allow us to adhere to federal social distancing guidelines, and to better protect our patients and staff. We ask for your patience. We had to reschedule close to 1000 appointments, and we know there is a strong desire to get your treatment back on track. As we prepare to reopen, please wait for our office to contact you to reschedule your appointments.

Jaw Problems (TMJ)


Model skull with TMJ disorder at dentist office in North Bergen, NJ.If you are experiencing jaw pain or discomfort, at Nick Romanides Orthodontics, we have experience treating issues that affect the alignment of your jaw and temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

Nick Romanides DMD will examine your TMJ for irregularities during your comprehensive or periodic exam in order to detect signs of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ).

What does the temporomandibular joint do?

The purpose of your TMJ is to allow your mouth to move both up and down and side to side. When it is properly aligned, your teeth meet in their optimal bite position, allowing regular functions such as chewing and speaking to occur properly and without discomfort.

Normal TMJ function is essential not only for chewing and speaking, but for overall comfort in your jaw. When your TMJ is misaligned, you may experience headaches, extreme pain in the jaw, and ear or sinus infections. We can identify and treat these alignment issues so that you do not experience additional concerns associated with TMJ.

How is TMJ treated?

There are several treatment methods available to treat TMJ.

Custom created mouthguards are crafted using a special machine that tracks the movements of your jaw. While you sleep, the mouthguards work at realigning your jaw and over time, they can permanently align your jaw to its optimal position. Full mouth restoration is an option for some patients. Full mouth restoration may be best suited for patients whose TMJ cannot be treated with traditional mouthguards, or who have additional cosmetic concerns.

Our practice uses a product called the TMJ ApplianceTM you can read more about this appliance on their website here.

Nick Romanides DMD has extensive experience in helping to reduce pain and perfect your smile. We will work closely with you to determine the treatment plan that is most ideally suited to your individual needs.
In light of concerns surrounding CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC and in response to the latest recommendation from Division of Consumer Affairs and State Board of Dentistry, we are suspending all non-essential care until further notice.
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