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Therapeutic Ultrasound Will Provide Better Management of Patients with Temporomandibular Myofascial Pain as Compared to Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (CAT#3235)04/26/2017Kiersten Isgrigg
Specific Genetic Polymorphisms Are Associated with Either Increasing or Decreasing the Risk of Developing Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (CAT#3183)04/26/2017Chaz Horton
PTSD Is a Risk Factor for the Development of TMD and a Decline in Oral Health Conditions (CAT#3189)03/29/2017Bolivia Hurtado De Mendoza
Placing a Restoration or Prostheses That Introduces an Occlusal Interference Does Not Necessarily Cause TMD Symptoms (CAT#3031)04/26/2016Lisa Tran
Long-Duration Gum Chewing Is a Risk Factor in the Development and Exacerbation of TMD (CAT#3006)04/04/2016Jace Silcox
TMD Signs and Symptoms Increase in Dental Students After 1 Year of Dental School, Especially in Women (CAT#2822)04/13/2015Clayton Wills
TMD Education And Self-Management Instruction Is The First Choice For Patients With Myofascial Pain (CAT#2199)04/12/2012Xingkun Liu
Self-care Treatment Without Intraoral Splint Appliance Is Comparable To Self-Care Treatment With Intraoral Splint Appliance In Treating Patients With TMD (CAT#2234)04/11/2012Khoa Nguyen
Efficacy of Botulinum Toxin In Treating Myofascial Pain And TMD (CAT#894)07/07/2011Erica Williams
Psychologic Characteristics Such As Anxiety Appear To Have A Significant Impact On The Prevalence Of TMD (CAT#857)03/30/2011Manvir Anand
Hard Versus Soft Occlusal Splints (CAT#577)04/01/2010Karen Lin