TMJ

Could you have TMJ?

by Jeffrey I. Goldberg DDS PLLC TMJ is typically used to describe pain or dysfunction in the temporomandibular joint, where the lower jaw connects to the skull directly in front of the ear and affects twice as many women as men. TMJ disorders can include a range of problems affecting that area, and you may hear people use TMJ to describe headaches, dental problems, as well as neck pain. It is help... »

Treating Facial Pain and Sleep Apnea

A Tailored and Minimally-Invasive Approach By Annette Pinder Jeffrey Goldberg DDS was always interested in developing expertise in a unique area of dentistry. He had a strong interest in biology, ethics and human behavior, and wanted a practice that encompassed a whole body biobehavioral psychosocial approach to caring for patients. Sleep apnea is a dangerous, chronic disorder in which a person st... »