TMJ Diagnosis

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TMJ Cry

TMJ Diagnosis requires that many questions are asked. Since not just a "bad bite" or a bad Dental Occlusion can cause TMJ jaw pain, the "Diagnoser" whether it is yourself or a professional performing an exam for TMJ issues, many different question need to be asked.

Dental questions need to be asked: Link...

Back/neck questions need to be asked: Link...

Nutrition questions need to be asked: Link...

Stress issues need to be explored: Link...

Exercise and other health questions need to be asked: Link...

Medical problems and Trauma/accidents need to be explored: Link...

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And a hands-on TMJ exam on the patients' head and neck with TMJ xrays needs to be done to complete the exam. Link...

Now, it is only during and after TMJ Splint therapy can you accurately DIAGNOSE the extent of a Bad Bite issue, and how it contributes to the TMJ symptoms.

So, exams can be done, but complete diagnosis sometimes is not complete until week by week TMJ Splint Therapy is done.


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