The temporomandibular joint (jaw joint) is a sensitive ball-and-socket joint. It is responsible for the jaw’s full range of motion—up and down, side to side, and back and forth.
Fortunately, recent technologies allow for precise, computerized tracking of this range of motion. Dr. Sue Wendling, as a trained neuromuscular dentist, can measure and record your jaw’s sounds, muscle activity, and movement.
The K7 evaluation system
The K7 system is a state-of-the-art computerized jaw tracking technology, which allows us to scientifically measure the exact positions, sounds, and movements of your jaw. These precise measurements allow us to diagnose your condition with accuracy and confidence, and to create a treatment plan to meet your specific needs.
Call us today
To learn more about TMD diagnosis and treatment, or about any of the other procedures we offer, please call or email our office in Lake Oswego, Oregon today to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Wendling and her team.