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Temporomandibular joint is the axial joint that hooks up the lower jaw with skull’s temporal bone. These joints maintains jaw plasticity. The jaw can smoothly make up-down and side to side movements along with enabling a person to chew, yawn or talk. There are muscles around the jaw joint too. These muscles control jaw position and movement. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder refers to jaw disorders. “TMJ Disorder” occurs when trouble arises in jaw, jaw joints or facial muscles that regulate jaw movements. TMJ Disorder creates dysfunction in jaw muscles thereby commencing excruciating pain while moving the jaw. Pain is the main syndrome of TMJ Disorder that occurs in regular cycles.