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What is TMJ?

Refers to temporomandibular joint

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What is TMD?

Disorders of the joint

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What is CMD?

Craniomandibular disorder
- Broader definition

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Where does TMD rank in terms of chronic pain world wide? (1st?, 5th?, 10th?, etc...)

3rd

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Do women or men more commonly develop TMD?

Women (3.3:1)

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When does TMD peak?

Between 20 - 40 years old

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When does TMJ disc displacement/ internal derrangements peak?

30 years of age

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When does arthridies of the TMJ peak?

50 years of age

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What are the 3 skeletal components of the TMJ?

- Maxilla
- Temporal bone
- Mandible
(condyle forms a bony joint partner)

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What are the shapes of the mandibular joint surfaces?

- Convex anterior-posteriorly, and medial-laterally

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Which pole of the mandible is most prominent from an anterior view?

Medial

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What structure of the temporal bone does the mandible slide over during mouth opening?

The articular eminence

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Where does the mandibular bone rest with the mouth shut?

- On the mandibular fossa

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Which portion of the articular disc is thinnest?

The middle portion between the anterior and posterior aspects.

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What structure controls the movement of the disc from the posterior aspect?

The retrodiscal laminae

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What structure on the anterior aspect of the disc helps to control movement?

The lateral pterygoid muscle.

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What structural effect does the disc have on the joint space?

- Divides it into an upper and lower portion

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What are the 4 passive structures that stabilize the TMJ?

- Joint capsule
- Lateral TM ligament
- Stylomandibular ligament
- Sphenomandibular ligament

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What are the 2 lateral ligaments of the TMJ, and what is their function?

- Lateral temporomandibular ligament
- Stylomandibular ligament
- Control end-range positioning

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What structures are closely associated with the TMJ passive structures?

- Nerves and blood vessels
- Maxillary artery
- Lingual nerve

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What ligament is found on the medial side of the TMJ?

- Sphenomandibular ligament

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What areas receive sensory innervation from C2, C3, and C4?

C2: Back half of the head
C3: Lower posterior portion of head into the shoulder
C4: Shoulder, anterior and posterior thorax

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What nerve innervates the face?

- The trigeminal nerve

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Which trigeminal nerves are purely sensory, and what portions of the face do they innervate?

- Opthalmic: Forehead to eyes
- Maxillary: Maxilla

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Which trigeminal nerve is both sensory and motor? What does it innervate?

- Mandibular nerve
- Sensory to mouth and jaw
- Motor control of muscles of mastication

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Where does the afferent input of the trigeminal nerve originate before it enters the spinal tract?

At the level of the pons

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What other pain fibers also synapse on the spinal nucleus of the the trigeminal nerve?

C1 - C4

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What 4 muscles close the jaw?

- Temporalis
- Masseter
- Medial pterygoid
- Portions of lateral pterygoid

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What 4 muscles open the jaw?

- Diagastric
- Mylohyoid
- Genohyoid
- Omohyoid

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What 3 muscles assist gravity in opening the mouth?

- Infrahyoid
- Suprahyoid
- Inferior head of lateral pterygoid

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Which portion of the lateral pterygoid may be active in pulling the disc forward in mouth opening?

- Superior head of lateral pterygoid.

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What 3 muscles are concentrically active during mouth closing?

- Temporalis
- Masseter
- Medial pterygoid

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What muscle is eccentrically active during mouth closing?

- Superior head of lateral pterygoid

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What 5 muscles are innervated by the mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve?

- Masseter
- Temporalis
- Medial Pterygoid
- Inferior Lateral Pterygoid
- Superior Lateral Pterygoid

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What is the bilateral, and unilateral action of the inferior lateral pterygoid?

- Bilateral: Protrusion
- Unilateral: Lateral deviation to contralateral side

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What amount of ROM occurs in the early and late phases of TMJ opening?

Early: 35 - 50 %
Late: 50 - 65 %

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What amount of translation of the mandible on the temporal bone occurs in the early and late phases of opening?

20 - 25 mm in both

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Where does rotation occur in the joint space, and during which phase of opening?

- Rotation in the inferior joint space during the early phase of mouth opening

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Where does anterior translation occur in the joint space, and during which phase of opening?

- Translation of the mandible and the disc on the temporal bone occurs in the superior joint space

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What structure's tension increases during the early phase?

- Oblique portion of lateral TM ligament

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What structure's tension increases during the late phase of mouth opening?

- Superior retrodiscal lamina

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What are the means and lower limits of normal of mouth openingfor men and women of the TMJ?

Female: 53/ 38
Male: 58/ 42

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When does the mandible slip over the articular eminence?

At 3/4ths opening

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When does rotation occur during mouth closing, and when does translation occur during mouth closing?

Early: Translation
Late: Posterior rotation

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What structure pulls the disc back into place during TMJ closing?

- The retrodiscal lamina

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What structure controls movement of the disc during mouth closing? During which phase does this occur?

- The superior lateral pterygoid controls the movement of the disc during the early phase of TMJ closing

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What is the arthrokinematic motion of the TMJ during protrusion?

- Bilateral anterior translation of the mandible in the superior joint space

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How is protrusion measured?

Have teeth slightly separated, protrude the jaw, and measure with a ruler

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What are the arthrokinematic motions of lateral glides of the TMJ?

- Ipsilateral rotation around the condyle of the mandible
- Contralateral anterior translation of the condyle in the anterior joint space

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What is the average motion and lower limit of normal of lateral glides of the TMJ?

10mm/5mm

51

What does regional interdependence require the practitioner to consider when evaluating the TMJ?

- Upper and lower C-spine
- Upper T-spine
- Potentially beyond

52

What muscles have increased passive tension due to forward head posture?

- Suprahyoid
- Infrahyoid

- Potential shortened SCM

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In what direction does a forward head posture pull the mandible? What functional effect does this have?

- Inferiorly
- Posteriorly
- Occlusal pattern changes

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According to a study by Nicolakis, what were the 3 effects of c-spine position on the TMJ?

- Masseter and Temporalis muscle EMG changes
- Mandibular movement changes
- Rest position changes

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What are the 3 classic signs/ symptoms of TMD?

- TMJ pain and/or myofascial pain in the craniomandibulocervical area
- TMJ sounds
- Restriction, deviation or defleciton of the jaw during opening/ closing

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What are 6 variable symptoms associated with TMD?

- Neck pain
- Facial pain
- Ear pain
- Tinnitus
- Dizziness
- Headaches

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What percentage of patients with TMD have joint sounds?

29 % - 66 %

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What percentage of patients were found to have symptoms by Gesch?

49.9 %

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How can a patient's body chart be modified with TMD like symptoms?

- More focused on the cranial region

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Should TMD always be treated conservatively initially?

- Yes, if there are no contraindications

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What are the 3 elements of the biopsychosocial model of TMD treatment?

- Dental
- Psychosocial
- Musculoskeletal

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In what type of patients is the psychosocial element especially influential?

Patients with chronic conditions

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What is the dental element of TMD dysfunction?

- Teeth malalignment
- Missing teeth
- Extra teeth

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What is the treatment of dental TMD?

- Dental surgery
- Alignment correction

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What is evidence supporting a relationship between TMD and occlusion patterns?

- Present, but inconclusive as to which type

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What is major contributing factor of TMD symptoms?

- Bruxism

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What is bruxism?

- Involuntary, non-functional grinding or clenching of teeth

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Which type of bruxism is more storngly associated with TMD?

- Daytime (vs. nighttime)

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How successful has Flat Plane occlusal appliances proven to be in RTCs?

Same results as placebo.

May need to find the categorization of people on whom it works.

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Intake of what type of beverage can lead to bruxism?

- Caffeinated beverages

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What factors make up the psychosocial component of TMD?

- Behaviors/ habits
- Emotional and stress influences

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What parafunctional oral behaviors should be assessed during the patients history for influence on TMD?

- Chewing pencil
- Smoking cigars
- Chewing gum
- Tongue thrusting

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What 3 mental factors can influence TMD?

- Depression
- Anxiety
- Stress

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What type of approach is recommended for TMD in addition to (or in replacement of) conservative therapy?

- Cognitive-behavioral approach

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CBT has been proven to be successful in improving: pain, function, and ____

Beliefs and behaviors

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What 3 health professionals working together result in the best outcomes for TMD?

- Dentist
- Psychologist
- Physical Therapist

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What are the 7 classifications of MS conditions in TMD?

- Capsulitis/ Synovitis
- Capsular Fibrosis
- Disorders of Muscles of Mastication
- Hypermobiltiy
- Anterior disc displacement with reduction
- Anterior disc displacement without reduction
- Osteoarthritis

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Which classification is the most common?

- Muscle disorders

79

What should be considered when classifying a patient?

Categories are not mutually exclusive. The patient commonly falls into multiple

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What is meant by anterior displacement "with reduction"?

- Disc reduces (pops) on either opening or closing or both