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... arently harmful and afterword everything flared up badly as my jaw seemed to slide far out of place, the muscles to went into spams and this ended up throwing my bite much further out of alignment and causing great distress and worsening of symptoms. ... (2 replies)
Is this possible
Apr 3, 2014
... That does seem very similiar. I guess it is possible that sometimes if we are walking and our teeth hit it could cause the pain. My bite has changed since doing the splint therapy and now if I take the splint out most of the pressure is on my back molars and I am just in severe pain. ... (2 replies)
Is this possible
Mar 31, 2014
... whole head. I have not contacted his office yet because he was wanting to wait to hear what the new specialist says about my case. But I am wandering I am doing splint therapy right now and it feels off some but not by much. I do not think that would be the cause of it because the migraines started at the beginning of March. ... (2 replies)

... I also saw a Physiatrist today that was very enlightening. For me, any change to the bite that moves my chin or head in a forward position is detrimental to me. ... (7 replies)
Ear Pain
Mar 5, 2014
... Some regular manual therapy with oral trigger point releases of the masseter and pterygoid areas will help with the constant muscle spasming you are experiencing. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you for your response! I'm actually not waking up in pain; I'm just worried that it will progress to that. I am pretty much pain-free at this point (just a little discomfort at times). Unfortunately an MRI would bankrupt me. I absolutely cannot afford it. :( My medical (nor dental) insurance does not cover anything related to TMJ-D, so I would have to pay... (13 replies)
... plane night gaurd won't prevent clenching but does help reduce the impact on the jaw and the joint and should alleviate some of the pain. It doesn't alter your bite or jaw so there is no risk. ... (13 replies)
... ll just had an appointment today with the orthodontist and at least at this appointment I didn't scream or cry. For people that don't know I have been undergoing splint therapy now in its third month. When in high school my orthodontist used a herbst device on me which pulled my jaw out of socket. ... (0 replies)
... I'm undergoing splint therapy right now. ... (17 replies)
... Hey all I am hoping someone here may have a suggestion of a treatment or a physician I have not already done or seen. I have had a severe TMJ problem since 1986. Everything began after a wisdom teeth removal and tonsilectomy surgical procedures done with in a couple months of each other. I have done every bite splint out there in every configuration you can imagine, I have... (0 replies)
... finitely do some research on it. If you can't find a provider there are many therapists who will work with you via Skype, including my therapist... Myofunctional Therapy is actually recommended to retain all the treatment you'll be going through. There are studies that show it prevents relapse back to where you were before. ... (15 replies)
TMJD Scares
Feb 11, 2014
... The orthodontist pretty much confirmed my suspicions that my bite is bad. ... (7 replies)
Question/Update
Jan 24, 2014
... The splint for me is gently repositioning my jaw to where it will go back into socket. ... (14 replies)
... bite splint therapy. I am also from Mt. Pleasant, MI and going through the same thing. ... (6 replies)
Splint therapy
Jan 19, 2001
... My Mouth has the muscle spasms and I have headaches, I clench my teeth like no tomarrow! My orthodontist specializes in TMJ. He suggested that I go through the bite splint therapy. Then I would have to go through braces after that. Is there any good comments about this? ... (13 replies)
... of training with regards to splints and the function of the jaw. Through my personal experience, it is my opinion that both play a role in terms of how well the splint works. ... (4 replies)
... The arthritis on the left side means joint inflammation so your bite is out of balance. healthy joints aren't inflammed, does your knee hurt if you press on it? ... (4 replies)
... Hello, I just started splint therapy for TMJ a few weeks ago, and the other day, my doctor said he had to "adjust" the splint. ... (0 replies)
... of stress for about a month or two and noticed I was wearing down the enamel on my 2 front bottom teeth. My dentist built them back up and made me a soft rubber bite guard to wear while sleeping. I was biting through that in 3 weeks. ... (0 replies)
... bly basing the slpint therapy on the clicking he is hearing when you open and close as well as the visual evidence he is seeing on your teeth that indicates your bite is not as good as it should be. ... (4 replies)




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