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Treatment outcomes can be affected if the diagnostic process does not differentiate among diagnostic subsets of TMD that require treatment from those that do not require treatment. Clinicians need to consider a patient’s response to provocation tests can be affected by the patient’s biopsychosocial makeup, thus skewing the diagnostic process and ultimately treatment outcome. Clinicians need to be aware of other conditions that can be mistakenly diagnosed as TMD. Neck pain is a common source of headache and facial pain that is often misdiagnosed by providers. Being aware of these categories can help clinicians make the correct diagnosis and therefore provide a higher quality of care for their patients.

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