You Don't Have to Just Live with Face and Jaw Pain

Non-surgical Treatment for Pain and Discomfort Associated with TMJ and TMD
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Treats Symptoms of TMJ & TMD


If your teeth are crowded or crooked, Dr. Mark Musso may recommend traditional braces. Braces slowly adjust tooth alignment to provide you with a better bite and a more beautiful smile. Dr. Musso takes a modern approach to orthodontics, making sure that the airway is not compromised when straightening your teeth. You can have peace of mind when being treated by Dr. Musso - he will not only ensure you have a beautiful smile, but a healthy airway as well.

We welcome you to contact Airway Dynamics at 214-329-0675 to schedule an orthodontic consultation with Dr. Musso and learn more about braces in Dallas, Texas.

Braces are an orthodontic treatment option that can help you achieve a straighter, healthier smile.. One of the most common orthodontic treatments available, braces work to improve your smile by gradually and gently realigning your teeth.

Braces consist of a system of metal brackets, wires, and bands. The brackets are attached to the front of your teeth and are connected to each other through the use of a metal wire and bands. As we adjust the wire, the braces guide your teeth to their ideal position in your mouth.

If you’ve ever wanted your smile to be straighter and more attractive, braces may be the right choice. With braces, we are able to correct orthodontic issues including:

  • Crowded teeth
  • Gapped teeth
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Problems with bite, including crossbite, open bite, underbite, and overbite

During your treatment, you’ll visit our office on a regular basis. We’ll make sure that your braces are adjusted as needed to continue progress towards a straighter, healthier smile. Dr. Musso and team will help you reach all of your oral health and appearance goals through personalized, high-quality care. To learn more about braces, please contact our office today.


The underlying cause of much face and jaw pain is a condition called TMD, or temporomandibular joint disorder. While this might sound like a mouthful, it basically refers to a problem with your jaw joint. Whether due to stress, injury, or arthritis, the muscles and nerves of the jaw can become strained and tense, and this can often radiate into the face to create pain in the cheeks and head.

After giving a patient a thorough exam, Dr. Musso will diagnose what’s happening in your jaw joint and help eliminate the pain by utilizing a variety of methods. Our goal is to find the root case of the pain and discomfort and help alleviate your jaw pain.