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TMJA's Eighth Scientific Meeting Call for Posters

Students and research fellows are especially encouraged to submit abstracts for this session and to apply for travel awards. Up to six awards will be given. Abstracts submitted by students and fellows seeking travel awards will be judged by a the TMJA’s scientific advisors. The registration fee for award recipients will also be waived. Additionally, accepted poster abstracts will be published in the journal, Molecular Pain.

The TMJ Association Survey: Your Opinions and Concerns are Important to Us!

Each year at this time we ask you to tell us what is on your mind regarding Temporomandibular Disorders and The TMJ Association's activities. Your voice is vital in making sure the work we do addresses the needs of the patients.

Help Support the Eighth Scientific Meeting of The TMJ Association

The TMJ Association is the only organization dedicated to getting the best science this country has to offer directed toward these conditions to help the millions of people suffering like Ashley. One way we do this is through sponsoring scientific meetings, co-sponsored with the National Institutes of Health.

Patients in Los Angeles or New York City Needed for Clinical Study - Comparative Study of Women Considering or Currently Receiving Botox© Injections for TMJ Pain

Are you a woman with "TMJ" pain in facial muscles, who has either: a. recently had Botox© injections for your pain or b. not had Botox© for your pain but has thought about such treatment? If either is true for you, you may qualify for an observational research study centrally administered by the NYU College of Dentistry. It is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The purpose of this study is to understand potential health risks that may be caused by treating "TMJ pain" with Botox© injections.

At Last We Got Everyone Around the TMJ Patient RoundTable!

It has taken persistence and too much time, but on June 16th of this year your TMJ Association, working with the Food and Drug Administration, led the first-ever RoundTable bringing together all those concerned with TMJ implants...

ORTHOGNATHIC

  • Jun 18, 2014

Orthognathic surgery basically involves cutting the jaw bones and repositioning them to a desired alignment.

An abstract in the November 2009 issue of the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics entitled, Orthognathic treatment and temporomandibular disorders: A systematic review, Part 2: Signs and symptoms and met-anaylses  stated "Although orthognathic surgery should not be advocated solely for the treating of TMD, patients having orthognatic treatment for correction of their dentofacial deformities and who are also suffering from TMD appear more likely to see improvement in their signs and symptoms than deterioration.

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