As of 2015, there is no credible evidence that homeopathic remedies work to treat temporomandibular joint disorders, according to WebMD. Instead, doctors recommend medications, night guards and dental work, such as crowns braces or bridges.
There is limited evidence that homeopathic treatments such as acupuncture, biofeedback and massage may help to treat temporomandibular joint disorders, notes About.com. Practitioners of acupuncture stick small needles into different parts of the body in an attempt to change the flow of energy. This is said to release endorphins throughout the body, and these chemicals may help to alleviate pain.
Biofeedback is a type of training that people can do to control muscle tension and involuntary body processes, such as breathing and heart rate, states About.com. People who use biofeedback claim that it can help relax the muscles in the face, which may ease the pain of temporomandibular joint disorders.
Another way people treat temporomandibular joint disorders homeopathically is to use massage, claims About.com. Regularly visiting a massage therapist may help to relax the muscles. Self-massage at home may also help, especially when performed in conjunction with hot or cold therapy. Applying small circular motions around the jaw with the fingers and a warm washcloth may bring relief.