Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) occur as a result of problems with the jaw, jaw joint and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and moving the jaw.

Treatments for TMD range from simple self-care practices and conservative treatments to injections and surgery. Most experts agree that treatment should begin with conservative, nonsurgical approaches such as occlusal splint therapy first, with surgery left as the last option.

Grinding habit was engraved on occlusal splint

Occlusal splint (made from heat processed clear hard acrylic resin) promotes a relaxation of fatigued chewing muscles

Occlusal splint for maxilla

Intra oral view: splint covers upper teeth
Extra oral view: noticeable from the outside

Occlusal splint for mandible

Intra oral view: splint covers lower teeth
Extra oral view: barely noticeable from the outside

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