The Short Term Effect of Thera Bite on Temporomandibular Dysfunction: A Case Study

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Temporomandibular dysfunctions/disorders (TMDs) comprises of a complex and heterogeneous group of conditions which includes Temporomandibular joint (TMJ), soft tissue structures within the joint and the muscles of mastication. TMDs are also referred to as craniomandibular disorder.

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It is seen that about 75% of adult population have at least one symptom associated with TMDs, and 30% have more than one symptom while 3-7% apply for treatment. There is estimation that 20-25% of the population is affected with TMDs, with female to male ratio being 3:1 to 6:1. It is more prevalent between the age group of 20-40 years. Epidemiological studies have also shown that TMDs are most common in younger females of 18-45 years, which is during their reproductive age.

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