Why Does My Jaw Crack?

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Jaw cracking is a result of its various mechanical components motion against each other. If this conspicuous sound has increased, it may be due to an injury to the joint or an alteration of the jaws geometry due to growth of the bones.
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If your jaw cracks and sticks, you could have a disorder called Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome. You need to go to a dentist to be diagnosed and treated.
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1 Pull your jaw down. Ad 2 Push your jaw to the left, while it is down.
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If you chew a lot like if you chew gum all the time you jaws will get tired and start to weaken and crack so don't chew a lot! : <3.
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