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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...

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.

Eighth Scientific Meeting of The TMJ Association

The Eighth Scientific Meeting of The TMJ Association - How Can Precision Medicine Be Applied to Temporomandibular Disorders and its Comorbidities? Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Bethesda, Maryland, September 11-13, 2016

Professional Opportunity at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Dentistry seeks to appoint a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Endodontics and in the Center for Pain Research and Innovation.

SURGERY

  • Nov 20, 2015

Surgical treatments are controversial and should be avoided when possible. There have been no long-term clinical trials to study the safety and effectiveness of surgical treatments for TMD, nor are there criteria to identify people who would most likely benefit from surgery. ...

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In Treating TMJ

To view or order a free booklet about TMJ Disorders, visit the National Institutes of Health website.

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