If you have been experiencing pain in your jaw, teeth, or head, you may be wondering if you need TMJ treatment. TMJ, or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, is a condition that affects the muscles and joints in your head and face. While it can be painful, there are treatments available that can help alleviate the symptoms. But how much does TMJ treatment cost? Keep reading to find out. 
The Cost of TMJ Treatment

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of how much TMJ treatment costs. The price of treatment will vary depending on the severity of your symptoms, the type of treatment you receive, and whether or not you have insurance coverage.  In some cases, your insurance company may cover the cost of TMJ treatment completely.  If you are considering seeking treatment for TMJ, it is important to check with your insurance provider ahead of time to see what kind of coverage they offer. Even if your treatment is not fully covered by your insurance, the treatment can go toward your overall deductible.


How Orofacial Pain Clinic can help you afford TMJ treatment

Our patient billing staff at Orofacial Pain Clinic will be able to verify insurance for you and file insurance if needed.  We are here to help patients find a way to make TMJ treatment affordable. 

A few additional options include:

  • In-house financing- Working with patients to afford their TMJ treatment is our top priority, so we offer in-house financing with payment plans that fit specific budgets and allow patients to pay over time.
  • Care Credit- This third-party line of credit is specifically designed for healthcare and medical procedures.  TMJ treatment is an expense that is approved for the use of Care Credit.  Our office can help patients apply for this option.
  • Cash discount- A discount is offered by our office if a patient chooses to pay for their treatment out-of-pocket.

The cost of TMJ treatment can vary depending on a number of factors. However, there are options available for every budget. If you think you may need TMJ treatment, schedule an introductory consultation with Dr. Brandon Snell at Orofacial Pain Clinic to determine if your symptoms are caused by a TMJ issue and what treatment plans would be best.