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... chiro, accupuncture, PT, tens unit, trigger point injections, pain meds and muscle relaxers, etc. Some go as far as to cover certain orthotic devices and surgery. Some have caps or limits as to what they will pay or how many treatments allowed, etc. ... (6 replies)
... I am so sorry for your condition. Very few states as far as I know or medical insurance cover tmj splints and treatments with splints. ... (8 replies)
... Actually. ThelmaLousie is right and some insurances will pick up under medical and others under dental or both if they will work together, and believe it or not, since it such a grey area, they often do. TMJ as far as i am concerned, unless it has been caused by a traumatic injury to the jaw, or a tumor, or avacular necrosis or osteonecrosis or osteo or inflammatory... (6 replies)

... The reason insurance doesn't cover TMJ is obvious. Insurance companies are in business to TAKE OUR MONEY not pay any money out. It's a racket. ... (5 replies)
... When you switch from one plan to another you should be okay. You get what I understand is called a HIPPA Certificate from your former insurance company, which states you have been covered. ... (9 replies)
... i agree, i hate that my insurance company won't pay for it. i mean there is a specific line in my coverage details that says it will NOT cover TMJ disorders. ... (3 replies)
... nt. That didn't work at all. It made the problem worse. I wasn't able to bite down. He referred me to a specialist. The specialist, who diagnosed my condition as TMJ caused by psoriatic arthritis, has sent me to physical therapy. Physical therapy is fine, but it isn't helping my jaw at all. ... (3 replies)
... the symptoms will only subside while you are waring the splint. You should also check with your health insurance. Most dental insurances will not cover TMJ but in alot of cases I have seen the medical insurance pick up a good portion of the expense! ... (12 replies)
... It's going to confuse me more I am sure and be very costly to meet with them and make a decision on who to use because once I do start another treatment my insurance will not cover it and the first treatment that failed was 1000. ... (10 replies)
... since I only have student health and dental insurance, and neither cover TMJ issues. ... (8 replies)
... I was diagnosed with TMJ in 2006 after a doctor improperly diagnosed me with ear infection after ear infection, I even had tubes for awhile and nothing helped. ... (2 replies)
... out of pocket for TMJ diagnostics and treatment. Insurances don't have to cover TMJ in Florida, so mine does not. They will not pay for anything billed as TMJ. So be sure your insurance covers TMJ, because most do not. ... (4 replies)
... My story is that I had TMJ but serious enough as yours. ... (4 replies)
... p last May. It started with my nose and spread down to just below my lower lip and over the bottom half of my ears. I've seen my PCP a couple times, my ENT, my TMJ doc a couple times and my PT. They have tried a few things, but nothing has worked. ... (13 replies)
... Hmm, I'll have to check! I live in BC Canada if that matter. Funny I had a $20,000 breast reduction covered but they won't cover a $3,000 orthotic. (4 replies)
... treat tmj. Most specialists will either submit bills or provide the appropriate diagnosis and procedure codes for self submission of claims under one of these if tmj is not covered or deeemd "dental" by your ins carrier. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry to hear you are going through this..I bumped up and old thread for you under what you should ask a tmj specialist..It's a list I found from an old post that you can print out, and it also has at the bottom what associations a good tmj specialist should belong to. ... (6 replies)
... island next month for proper diagnosis and treatment since my insurance does'nt cover tmj. ... (6 replies)
... this can be covered as well as tmograms, MRIs, CTscans, etc. If they don't cover tmj per se ask about cranial mandibular cervical disorder or myofacial pain syndrome or cranio facial pain syndrome. ... (1 replies)
... I have medicaid insurance, it will not cover treatment for TMJ or bruxism, it will only cover medications. It will not pay for a splint, the only thing it covers through dental is going to certain dentists, xrays, and having teeth pulled. ... (10 replies)




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