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This course continues the investigation of the diagnosis and therapy for temporomandibular disorder patients. Time will be dedicated to the evaluation of imaging and cases, and how to plan the restorative phase of treatment for TMD patients. We will learn about the rationale for occlusal instrumentation, its programming and ‘centric relation’ based dentistry.

A larger percentage of time in TMD II is dedicated to the evaluation of imaging and cases. You will also learn how to plan the restorative phase of treatment for TMD patients. The use of technology in diagnosis and therapy will be discussed and included in exercises with bioresearch equipment available for exercises. Participants are encouraged to bring records for diagnostic discussion by the group. You will receive background information on: 1) differential diagnosis of TMD, orofacial pain and headaches, 2) related anatomy, 3) medical history review, 4) TMJ examination techniques, 5) initial treatment for acute TMD patients, 6) splint therapy, 7) TMJ radiography, 8) physical therapy evaluation and treatment, 9) behavior therapy, 10) surgical management of TMJ disorders, 11) management of TMJ locks, and 12) evidence-based treatment outcomes. . At the completion of the program, the dentist should be able to diagnose and treat patients who have a temporomandibular joint disorder and be able to recognize other orofacial pain conditions. In this one-month short term course participants will learn: • Identification and examination of the muscles in the head and neck 
 • How and when to order imaging (CT and MRI) 
 • Reading and interpreting CT and MRI 
 • Identifying patients at high risk for dental treatment 
 • How to identify postural changes associated with TMD 
 • How vision and the vestibular system affect TM disorders 
 • Why and how to refer to physical therapy 
 • Diagnostic equipment that may assist the clinician 
 • Therapeutic equipment (cold laser and others) 
 • Restorative considerations for TMD patients 
 • How to identify TMD patients in your practice 
 • How to diagnose and apply appropriate therapy for selected TMD patients 
 • How to set up a referral network for patients you cannot treat 
 • How to select materials and design cases when restoring TMD patients

Basic Information:
Program Type: Non-Degree Based
Level Of study: Short-Term Course
School / Faculty: Dentistry
Department: Prosthodontics
Major (Name Of Program): TMD II – Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Restorative Considerations
This program contact information:
Telephone: 0098-51-38829501-15
Fax: 0098-51-3882950
Mobile: 0098-915-319-2690
Email Address:
Address: Prosthodontics Department, Mashhad Dental School, Vakil Abad Boulevard, Mashhad ,Iran
Contact Person Name: Azam Sadat Madani DDS, MS
Program Detail:
Length of Training:

6 months

Language Requirement:


Admission Requirement:

Completion of Prosthodontics Residency / DDS (Degree of Dentistry)

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