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Whoaaa.. Whoa… Whoaa!!
Whoa.. Today I got so stressed. Well not too stressed because actually I can cover it up. It just a shock for a while. Why?? Because this Saturday, I have to make a case presentation about “Clinical Examination and Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorder Patients“. Sounds wierd, isn’t it? Hehehe…
So, what is a temporomandibular and what is this temporomandibular disorder that I am talking about?
Simply stated, the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) are the two joints that connect your jaw to your skull. More specifically, they are the joints that slide and rotate in front of each ear, and consist of the mandible (the lower jaw) and the temporal bone (the side and base of the skull). When the mandible and the joints are properly aligned, a smooth muscle action, such as chewing, can take place. When these components are not aligned, nor synchronized in movement, several problems may occur. Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are disorders of the jaw muscles, temporomandibular joints, and/or the nerves associated with chronic facial pain. Any problem that prevents the complex system of muscles, bones, and joints from working together in harmony may result in temporomandibular disorder.
Confused? Never mind, me too. Why I’m shocked? Because it is so sudden, and tomorrow I have to bring all my science writing about the presentation to all my lecturer in Prosthodontic section. I have to deliver right to their hands. The deadline is this Wednesday on 23.59, which is mean tomorrow!
Gosh! My reference is not completed yet, that’s also a point of shock.
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So, please pray for me ok? Hope me success on Saturday.. Ganbatte me! :p

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