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... else has ever had this problem. Long story short. About 2 years ago I had a crown on one of my upper left teeth. Ever since my dentist and I have had problems adjusting my bite so that of course my teeth will touch when I bite down. ... (0 replies)
Bite problems
May 5, 2012
... justing" bites when there is no need, and are doing far more permanent harm than good by doing so. Apparently there are a few dentists on the seminar circuit or dental schools that are drumming up sales by teaching this procedure called an equilibration or occlusal adjustment. ... (6 replies)
... pid dentist who did the fillings completely wrong and made my teeth way too high. Fast forward a couple of days, I decided to go to a different dentist to get my bite corrected, though I should have not... ... (2 replies)

... Procedure took about 5 hours. Dental assistant couldn't get the crown to sit properly, so it took several attempts before she got it on. ... (1 replies)
... I went to the dentist, and the dentist proclaimed right away that I had a perfect bite with none of my teeth taking damage or hitting each other too much. They then checked out the problem tooth and said nothing was wrong. ... (0 replies)
... usually bite changes especially due to crown or bridge work can start the ball rolling. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, I found this board when searching about my dental issues. ... (3 replies)
... the blue paper you bite down on after filling is done to get right fit. ... (38 replies)
... Try not to panic. Sometimes a crown needs some adjusting. Your bite can be off because of it and the pressure of chewing makes it uncomfortable. ... (4 replies)
... of course they think a bite guard is the answer. ... (17 replies)
... Have you followed up with the oral surgeon or the endodontist about the abscess? have an updated xray to see if the abscess is gone? If not, I would suggest calling the endodontist to do that for you. Also sometimes roots can be close to the nerves in the jaw and it could have been affected during removal, or getting local anesthetic. Your neurologist could be correct that it... (1 replies)
... I'm 28 years old and have taken pretty good care of my teeth. Up until October 2016 I had only ever had a couple cavities and no serious dental issues. ... (1 replies)
... most abscessed or dying teeth do. But after I convinced her and she did it, it was indeed a dying tooth and my pain went away. By the way, my dentist also tried adjusting my bite to fix the problem, which was a big mistake and lead to more bite problems later. ... (6 replies)
... r what. It didn't hurt, so I didn't go back in right away to have it checked. My mistake that I greatly regret now. Lord, please forgive me for that and make the dental problems I have now just go away. At my next cleaning, 6 months later, I mentioned it to him and asked if that was normal. ... (1 replies)
... After consulting with several other dentists, it appears I do not have a bridge problem alone. Originally, I have a Class II overbite, which I compensated with adjusting my lower jaw forward. ... (6 replies)
... My bite has been screwed up for a few years. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks, f\Fofumebunny-- This "specialist" the prosthodontist, who is very experienced and patient..and teaches at the Dental school in Boston, really believes it is a bite and muscle issue--hard to believe, the pain seems so localized in that extraction area and in back of it-so he keeps on adjusting the bridge to balance the "bite"--so I keep on trying to wait and wait... (7 replies)
Marti to AzGirl
Oct 8, 2004
... than in the office...and they were pretty good folks! But they aren't GOING THRU what we are so they have no idea of what is going on in the head other than the dental part! I had a rough start what with the waiting...having to get totally knocked out because of the fear factor... ... (3 replies)
... Anyone, esp. dental professionals have an opinion on this? ... (2 replies)
... and he didn't seem to check your bite the first time. ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: bite adjustments occlusion, cavity, dental health, extraction, fear, filling, pain, partial denture, root canal, severe, tmj, trigeminal neuralgia

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