Temporomandibular Joint disorders (TMD) are a common subgroup of orofacial pain disorders often referred to as “TMJ” (Tempromandibular Joint), which is nothing but the name of the joint. TMJ connects the temporal bone (the bone that forms the side of the skull) and the mandible (the lower jaw). TMD can be explained as pain in the jaw joint and surrounding tissues and limitation in jaw movements.

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