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... Well it comes to that point in my life where I may actually have the money saved to finally get me some health insurance! ... (19 replies)
... The billing question really all comes down to why you have tmj and how the dr reports it. Mine is due to an autoimmune issue so I've only had to pay copays. My insurance has covered a bilateral TJR and PT for a year. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Amanda, welcome to the HBs. Since you now have medical and dental insurance you should probably go see a DMD that treats myofacial pain. ... (2 replies)

... Dealing with insurance companies can be a nightmare, especially when you desperately need relief. I wish you the smoothest road possible and please do let us know how it goes! ... (13 replies)
... I know when my tmj started it was very hard to get it pinned down. I had pain all over so I couldn't even be specific about what hurt and where, I had double vision, body tremors, mucle twitching, etc the list went on and on. ... (12 replies)
... As for what my policy covers, they sent me a packet but it is pretty much general information. ... (13 replies)
... I live in PA. Now, I have TMJ which has been under the category of "surgical" for the past nine yers. ... (11 replies)
... Luckily for me, I've managed to get my health insurance to pay for a decent chunk of the alt therapies and the first splint entirely. ... (5 replies)
... Just curious, what is your tmj dentist's strategy for having you wear an appliance in for 2 days, off for 2. I've never heard of treatment like that. I know what you mean about being leary of not wearing anything at night. ... (31 replies)
... Thanks for sharing. It is helpful to know what to expect. I'm thankful that I'm not in the amount of dental distress that you have found yourself in. ... (31 replies)
... but my dental insurance does not cover anything to do with correction of TMJ. The ortho coverage only covers corrections of malocclusions. The health coverage doesn't include TMJ. ... (6 replies)
... dentists who say they can treat TMJ but don't have a clue. ... (15 replies)
My story
May 22, 2007
... splints can help, but you need to find the right tmj dr who knows what he is doing. ... (5 replies)
My story
May 22, 2007
... how do i go about getting those news letter and thank you all for your replys (5 replies)
... but it hurt a molar that I had a crown on which has been root canaled due to a fracture. So I stopped wearing it until I could figure out what to do next. ... (5 replies)
Dec 30, 2003
... it is billed by the doctors office and the breakdown is very important, in order to receive the most money back. When a large amount is billed for a service that covers adjustments, office visits, doctors time, appliance, etc, etc, it is very hard for the insurance company to pay appropriately. ... (3 replies)
... Just came back from the TMJ Dr and am very,very down. We never dreamed having an orthotic made and the 6 months of appointments would be so expensive! ... (10 replies)
... TMJ's you can see that my condyles were flattened against the back of the TMJ socket and this caused me to suffer from severe TMJ symptoms. When I say my teeth are grossly misaligned, I mean that they are pushed back forcing my jaw back. ... (10 replies)
Intro thread
May 17, 2014
... Sorry to hear what you've been through. ... (3 replies)
Mar 6, 2003
... Judy, I am so sorry you are having one of those tough days that many of us have. Do what you feel is right and comfortable for you. I know the cost is a killer to all of us as no insurance, health or dental covers anything TMJ related. ... (3 replies)

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