TMD and Your Dental Practice

According to the American Dental Association, approximately 34% of the U.S. population suffers from temporomandibular joint disorders—a condition that is progressive and worsens over time. As a dentist, your prime responsibility is to diagnose and treat this all-too-common disorder.  Just like orthodontics, it is important to treat TMD as early as possible.

Dr. Mayoor Patel received his Diplomate status in the American Academy of Pain Management (DAAPM) in November 2004. Through this, Dr. Patel has established a system for properly treating patients with TMD in an efficient and effective manner.  His practice is currently devoted to helping patients eliminate their numerous medical symptoms so that they can return to a relatively pain-free lifestyle.

When dentists attend a lecture from Dr. Mayoor Patel on TMD, they will gain a lot of information that will further help them in diagnosis and treatment at their practice.  A dentist is the number one medical professional to diagnose and treat TMD responsibly and Dr. Mayoor Patel is available to be your partner in transitioning this into your dental practice for improved patient care.

TMD is a progressive disorder that can worsen over time, which makes it imperative that the problem is treated as early as possible.  Contact Dr. Mayoor Patel for further information about upcoming lectures on TMD, so that you can bring proper treatment to your practice.