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FDA Issues Warning Letter to Nexus CMF for TMJ Implant Devices

On June 30, 2015, the Food and Drug Administration’s Center of Devices & Radiological Health sent a warning letter to the President of Nexus CMF telling him that, “Nexus CMF has committed a prohibited act under section 301(q)(1)(c) of the

Some TMJ Patients Like it Hot

In a survey the TMJA conducted of TMD patients and published in the Clinical Journal of Pain, found the most frequently used intervention (65% of respondents) was thermal therapy (hot or cold compresses) to the jaw; these were also found by 74% of the respondents to results in a reduction of symptoms.

Fall Giving Season

The Fall Giving Season Is Upon Us  If you are a government employee who understands the full impact of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) on individuals, their loved ones and society-at-large, please help us to continue to change the face

New TM Joint Bone Formation Discoveries

The following article is from Vital Record News from Texas A&M Health Science Center Findings from researchers at Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry could prove to upend previous dogma on bone formation in the temporomandib

USBJI Career Development & Grant Mentoring Program: Call for Applications

The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) and Bone and Joint Canada are dedicated to increasing research of musculoskeletal diseases. The USBJI has developed a grant mentoring program to provide early-career investigators an opportu


  • Jun 25, 2014

According to the National Institutes of Health brochure on TMJ Disorders irreversible treatments that have not been proven to be effective - and may make the problem worse include: orthodontics to change the bite, crown and bridge work to balance the bite, grinding down the teeth to bring the bite into balance, and mandibular repositioning splints. ...

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