Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders, 3rd Edition
March 2014, ©2014, Wiley-Blackwell
Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders, Third Edition, provides comprehensive, evidence-based information on temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Focusing on clinically relevant information throughout, the book allows dentists to diagnose TMD accurately, rule out disorders that mimic TMD, and provide effective therapy for most patients.
Useful features, such as frequently asked questions, quick consults, technical tips, and focal points are integrated to help the clinician find precise answers with ease. Case scenarios provide the reader with a way to enhance their clinical reasoning skills, with a focus on solving TMD problems at chairside.
Offering comprehensive coverage in a highly-illustrated, compact package, Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders is the ideal source for dentists dealing patients suffering from TMD.
Part I Initial Evaluation 5
Chapter 1 Patient Interview 11
Chapter 2 Review of the “Initial Patient Questionnaire” 31
Chapter 3 Clinical Examination 39
Chapter 4 Imaging 71
Chapter 5 TMD Diagnostic Categories 81
Chapter 6 Contributing Factors 97
Part II Common Acute TMD Conditions and Treatments 103
Chapter 7 TMD Secondary to Trauma 105
Chapter 8 TMD Secondary to Dental Treatment 109
Chapter 9 Lateral Pterygoid Spasm 125
Chapter 10 Intermittent and Continuous Forms of TMJ Disc Displacement without Reduction with Limited Opening 131
Chapter 11 TMJ Subluxation and Luxation 145
Part III Occlusal Appliance Therapy 149
Chapter 12 Stabilization Appliance 153
Chapter 13 Anterior Positioning Appliance 213
Part IV Multidisciplinary Treatment Approach 223
Chapter 14 Self-Management Th erapy 229
Chapter 15 Physical Medicine 247
Chapter 16 Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention 261
Chapter 17 Pharmacological Management 275
Chapter 18 Other Dental Procedures 295
Chapter 19 Integrating Multidisciplinary Therapies 313
Part V Case Scenarios 331
Case 1: Pulpal Pathosis Mimicking TMD Symptoms 333
Case 2: Tooth Pain: No TMD Pain 335
Case 3: Chronic Sinusitis 336
Case 4: Chronic Forehead Pain Referred from the Neck 337
Case 5: Myalgia Secondary to Nocturnal Parafunctional Habits 339
Case 6: Tooth Attrition: No Pain 340
Case 7: Myalgia Secondary to Daytime Parafunctional Habits 341
Case 8: Medial Pterygoid Spasm 342
Case 9: Tension, Depression, and Poor Sleep as Contributing Factors 343
Case 10: Fibromyalgia as a Contributing Factor 344
Case 11: TMJ Disc Displacements and When to Treat Th em: No Pain 345
Case 12: TMJ Arthralgia 346
Case 13: TMJ Disc Displacement with Reduction with Intermittent Locking 347
Case 14: TMJ Disc Displacement without Reduction with Limited Opening: Unlocked 349
Case 15: TMJ Disc Displacement without Reduction with Limited Opening: Not Unlocked 350
Case 16: Osteitis Causing Inability to Open Wide 353
Case 17: Lateral Pterygoid Spasm 354
Case 18: Acute Exacerbation of TMD 357
Case 19: Multiple Forms of Head and Neck Pain after Crown Insertion 359
Case 20: Appliance Th at Positioned Condyles into Th eir “Proper Position” 360
Part VI Fundamentals of Clinical Studies 365
Edward F. Wright, DDS, MS, MAGD, is a professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio (UTHSCSA). He completed a one-year general dentistry residency and the University of Minnesota’s two-year TMJ and Craniofacial Pain Fellowship. He taught TMD diagnosis and treatment to more than 100 U.S. Air Force residents in general dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics. Upon retiring from the Armed Forces, he completed a two-year research fellowship in TMD diagnosis and treatment at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System and taught TMD diagnosis and treatment to their general dentistry residents. He is now UTHSCSA’s Course Director for their predoctoral dental students’ TMD Course and Dental Anatomy and Occlusion Course, and teaches TMD to the school’s general dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics residents. Dr. Wright is the primary author of more than 30 journal articles.
- Provides frequently asked questions, quick consults, technical tops and focal points
- Detailed discussion of TMD, disorders that mimic TMD, and effective therapy options
- Case scenarios promote clinical reasoning skills for solving TMD problems
- Includes a CD featuring a patient questionnaire and educational handouts (editable with Microsoft Word), a 635-slide TMD course presentation (editable with PowerPoint) and student manual(editable with Microsoft Word)
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