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... A question that first comes to mind is what is going on with the health of your teeth that would cause you to lose your teeth in the first place? ... (6 replies)
... All of these on the right side. But never at the same time, usually one or 2 at a time? ... (4 replies)
... crown last December, my symptoms started with terrible jaw pain and stabbing ear pain. If I had money for a good lawyer, I would've sued him for everything he has. ... (7 replies)

... Hello all, hope today finds you well. Okay, four months ago I had what I thought was a third round of sinusitis over the course of six months. ... (7 replies)
... is it similar to a hiatal hernia or esophogial spasm? ... (5 replies)
Tmj ?
Nov 17, 2007
... can cause the jaw to dysfuntion. Sometimes degenerative diseases such as forms of arthitis play a role. ... (12 replies)
... I think most dentists are aware they can cause it and I believe they are made aware of it in their early training but I also believe too many dentists think they are too good for them to be the direct cause. ... (5 replies)
... I finally found a dental practice that included all types of dentist and specialites and come to find out my TMJ was all caused by a filling I had done and it was too HIGH so it threw off my bite. ... (8 replies)
... Did your doctor put you on Paxil and Klonopin as a treatment for TMJ or for depression? ... (3 replies)
... That's the thing..I don't remember ever clenching before the accident! (10 replies)
... existing tmj that is not interferring with their daily life, even a simple event like a new filling, crown, etc. ... (10 replies)
... Yes just one back molar will cause your muscles to pull your jaw up. So basically i was lacking "vertical dimension" on the left side. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry to hear you are suffering so badly...As far as the swallowing I can totally relate...when mine got bad I couldnt hardly swallow...and if I did it felt like I was trying to down a golf ball!! THEN... ... (2 replies)
... Actually, I've read that chewing on the same side is the way most people chew. It is when there is a change to the other side of the mouth that the bite could change. Which could explain why some people develop Tmj after dental work. ... (14 replies)
... d amount of time you had your jaw open to have this back tooth dental work done. It is very taxing on your jaw, muscles and ligaments and joint included to have a crown put on a back tooth. ... (8 replies)
Could this be TMJ
Apr 18, 2004
... Your symptoms could be caused from your clenching.Clenching can cause all kinds of strange symptoms and problems. Have any of these dentists or specialists you have seen mentioned TMJ or problems that clenching can cause. ... (5 replies)
Could this be TMJ
Apr 18, 2004
... Sometimes I think just being named Michelle is a risk factor. ... (5 replies)
Could this be TMJ
Apr 18, 2004
... Hello .. I am looking for some advice and or input .. A little backround , I am 41 years old , and take very good care of my teeth , flossing once a day every day , brushing properly , and see my dentist 2 x a year .. for cleaning and check up . ... (5 replies)
... Finally saw the tmj doc today. First of all, the splint that my son broke, he said he could repair. ... (7 replies)
... I have always had cavities,and have had crowns on a few teeth,especially ones in the back. ... (2 replies)


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