It is estimated that around 75% of the people in America has experienced signs or symptoms of Temporal Mandibular Disorder (TMD or TMJ Disorder) and Craniofacial Pain (CFP). Often, most of these symptoms are temporary and can disappear over time. As a result, roughly 5-10% of the population will require professional treatment. Both TMD and CFP generally involve more than just one symptom and often have more than one cause. Pain can arise suddenly or progress over months to years with irregular occurrence and intensity.
Unfortunately there is no quick fix for TMD, CFP, and TMJ Disorder. However, most patients suffering from these conditions can achieve long-term relief with conservative therapy. According to researching, over 50% of patients suffering from TMD have few or no more symptoms following conservative management practices.