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In general NO is the answer. Jaw clicking is common in the general population. It is estimated that 30-50% of the population have a clicking jaw. Many people will have a longstanding jaw click for many years. No treatment is necessary unless the click changes (becomes louder, or more frequent), or if it is associated with jaw pain or jaw locking.

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Jaw Pain - TMJ - tmj, orofacial pain, tmj Ireland, jaw pain, bruxism, tooth grinding, dental splint, trigeminal neuralgia, neuropathic pain, facial pain, temporomandibular