Exploring Temporomandibular Joint Pain-Diagnosis and Management

Tempromandibular joint pain is very common even among the youngsters today. There are various factors which lead to this particular entity. TMJ joint pain can affect the daily life activities of individual


In the session the following topics will be discussed upon

✅signs and symptoms of Temporomandibular joint pain

✅treatment modalities

✅pathogenesis of TMJ pain

✅Risk factors causing TMJ pain



1. Innovative technique in the management of TMJ joint pain

2. How to diagnose the TMJ pain.

3. Pathogenesis of TMJ pain

4. Importance of early diagnosis

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Early identification & management of TMJ pain can help individuals to lead a pain free lifestyle



Dr. Soya Alfred Xavier MDS (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)
General Dentistry
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Oral and maxillofacial surgery
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   Language: English

3 months ago

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