Melbourne’s Unique TMJ Dentist and Chiropractic team offering 50 years of Experience in treating Jaw, Face and Head pain.

Welcome to TMJ Centre Melbourne

TMJ Centre Melbourne is your TMJ Dentist and TMJ Chiropractor dedicated to resolving chronic jaw, face, head and neck pain via holistic TMJ treatment options.

Unlike any other TMJ clinic in Australia or the world, TMJ Centre Melbourne combines Dental and Chiropractic services to help achieve optimal treatment outcomes for patients. Our Doctors at TMJ Centre Melbourne have over 50 years’ combined experience. The connection between Dental and Chiropractic treatment for TMJ concerns is realised through the experience of our Doctor’s and outstanding patient results.

There’s no reason to put up with pain any longer! By working together in the same location, Dr Shah and our TMJ chiropractor can quickly and effectively treat patients with TMJ concerns in a few short appointments.


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The link between facial tension and TMJ pain

Facial tension often occurs as a response to stress and can lead to discomfort in other areas of the body.    If you have ever felt stressed — and who hasn’t — you will know that a common physical side-effect is tension. Tension can be held in many areas of the body, such as the […]


What causes a cracking jaw?

If you have noticed a cracking, clicking, or snapping sound in your jaw, it could be a sign of a TMJ disorder.   Jaw cracking, which may also be referred to as clicking, snapping, or popping of the jaw, often occurs along with other symptoms, such as jaw pain and a general sense of discomfort. […]


What is the link between TMJ disorders and tinnitus?

Research suggests that TMJ disorders may cause some cases of tinnitus. Tinnitus, a condition in which one experiences a ringing in the ears, is often linked to hearing loss in old age. Aside from ringing in the ears, tinnitus can also cause a buzzing or humming sound. Research suggests that in some cases, TMJ disorders […]

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