Temporomandibular joint disorder or TMJ syndrome refers to an acute or
chronic inflammation of the Temporomandibular joint.  The
Temporomandibular joint is the most complicated joint in the human body.
Inappropriate biting habits, poor teeth structure and trauma can cause injury
to multiple tissues in the Temporomandibular joint including muscles,
nerves, tendons, ligaments, bones, connective tissues and cartilage.

To heal the tendon, ligament, muscle, and bone injury, we recommend 3-6
FASTT Patches applied to the injured area.  If there is scar tissue formation
in the area, the patient may still experience residual pain after the FASTT
Patch treatment and 6 or more
WHITEE Patches may be necessary.

If the joint cartilage and nerve tissues are damaged, there may be remaining
pain in the joint area after the FASTT Patch treatment.  This requires
treatment of the joint area with 3-6
WHITEE Patches.

Since TMJ syndrome is usually a secondary problem caused by other
disorders such as irregular biting and/or poor teeth structure, the primary
cause has to be addressed to prevent any TMJ syndrome in the future.