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... I have been wearing splint for the last 10 months, and now ready for reconstructive part of the treatment. My TMJ specialist gave me approx. ... (3 replies)
... How can they say that tmj is not medical? ... (8 replies)
... however my Dr takes my insurance MANY dont i moved and still drive 6 hours round trip to my dr cause all TMJ DR's in this area do not accept insurance . ... (8 replies)

... as your medical insurance should cover it since it is a medical condition. ... (1 replies)
... My TMJ specialist billed medical, and billed under symptoms (headaches, back/neck pain) rather than "TMJ" and more was covered. Good luck! (8 replies)
... hours. Then a week later I got the permanent crown, mouth open another 1 hour. I'm pretty sure this hyperextended my jaw muscles and made my TMJ worse. I did tell him beforehand that I had TMJ, all he did was give me muscle relaxer to take before and after. ... (10 replies)
... but he really did not offer me much in terms of any recommendations or treatment options. ... (1 replies)
... is one of the main causes of tmj in later years. ... (10 replies)
... These developed after the TMJ did, however. ... (1 replies)
... Amen to that TMJgirl! Insurance can be a real stickler when it comes to covering necessary services. I had to get my family doctor to order the TMJ services to receive any kind of reimbursement from insurance. My TMJ doc doesn't accept insurance so I had to pay up front, and then hopefully get reimbursed. ... (16 replies)
... Greetings! My name is Amanda. I stumbled upon this board while looking for different treatment options. ... (2 replies)
... l lawsuits where patients sued their medical insurance carriers on the grounds the dental work was necessary to permanently correct their bites and prevent their tmj symptoms from returning and I believe few did win their case. ... (11 replies)
... I have insurance from both my employer and my husband's, plus I live in Canada where "medically necessary health care" is paid for by the government. ... (7 replies)
... I am sure they did. TMJ treatment is normally NOT covered by either dental or health insurance. It has been a mystery for ever. ... (4 replies)
... Katie: First of all thanks for responding. Can you tell me your symptoms please. I am going crazy. Lots of ear stuff. Clogged and vertigo. I am very depressed. Thanks Demi (16 replies)
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Jan 25, 2010
... even though it is a medical problem. ... (10 replies)
... It depends on what type of treatment you are trying to get them to cover and of course the diagnosis code the dr provides. ... (2 replies)
... should be covered by most medical insurance. I have ins. provided by my employer. Perhaps you are covered by insurance from a parent as a dependent? ... (5 replies)
... Most TMJ treatment, if not all, is covered by medical insurance. So if you get a diagnosis of TMJ, check out your medical insurance policy to see if you have coverage for TMJ. Unfortunately many medical insurance policies do not cover TMJ and only 17 states in the US mandate coverage. ... (6 replies)
... There is a sticky at the top of this board that has a pretty thorough list of possible TMJ symptoms. Ear problems are on the list. ... (3 replies)


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