When It Hurts to Chew

As many TMD patients know, it often hurts to bite down hard on foods, so they resort to a soft diet and less strenuous bite forces when their TMD pain kicks in. Now, a team of investigators led by Dr. Wolfgang Liedtke at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC have taken advantage of that observation to detail changes in the brain that can account for that reduced biting force.

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