Dr Fahad Qayyum, Dr Haseeb Mehmood, Dr Shah Ahmad Fazli
Background and destination: The persistence of this analysis is to evaluate indication of the effectiveness of percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) in the dealing of temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Methods: A review of the literature of published and unpublished articles has resulted in 13 potential articles. Discussion: One study looked at 17 articles confirming the effectiveness of TENS in the treatment of TMD. Eight research tests for the use of TENS with other therapies to reduce pain and improve mouth opening. However, two other studies did not show a significant result in the TENS study compared to the treatment of occlusal splints. One study supports the stimulation of microcurrent electrical nerve (MENS) by TENS. One study supports muscle training relaxation training on TENS. Conclusion: In the review presented, 12 studies out of 17 studies confirmed the effectiveness of TDS as a therapeutic module for pain reprieve in patients with TMD. Keywords: Review, Role, Recent Development, Tmj Management.