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... orthodontic issue resulting in mild to moderate tmj symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... At least you know it's because you clench your jaw at night. While you're clenching, some jaw muscles may work harder than normal, causing your muscles to tighten and hurt later on. And some of your teeth may have worn out as a result, causing your bite to shift or uneven. ... (26 replies)
... really hard to function normally when people can't understand what you're saying. ... (10 replies)

... right wisdom tooth was removed but my left ear has tinnitus so could the fact that a wisdom tooth is missing be causing more pressure on the left side of the jaw causing the tinnitus? ... (16 replies)
... when you follow the course of your dental treatment you can almost see the pieces of the puzzle come together. ... (8 replies)
... is it similar to a hiatal hernia or esophogial spasm? ... (5 replies)
TMJ or What?
Apr 21, 2008
... TMJ in its purest form is when the tm joints do not work correctly due to their position. ... (3 replies)
... This person sounds like my situation kinda, my bite is terrible and the muscles swell up because of it, I wonder if my bad bite is causing the problems, i knwo for sure that the back of molars prior to the slpint don't touch together, hmm that really makes me think... ... (5 replies)
... I hope you don't mind me jumping in here. I just wanted to say that you are smart to leave this dentist in the dust. ... (6 replies)
... well i went for my app. she is one of those dentist that thinks people put too much into tmj. she said it was a waste of time to get me a splint when i could go to the store and buy a cheap bite gaurd. ... (6 replies)
... With TMJ you need to have a splint that is specifically made for your mouth and your particular problem. The splints you buy at the store not only do not fit properly but in the long run can cause you further problems. ... (9 replies)
... A displaced disc is very common TMJ problem. Get a second opinionwith respect to surgery and orthodentics before doing either. Surgery should be last option. ... (12 replies)
My Diaganosis
Jul 5, 2003
... I had the pleasure of seeing Dr. David Rawson in London, Ontario. They have a web site under the name "Forrest City Dental". I must say, from the moment I arrived I was impressed!!! ... (10 replies)
... So what did you wind up having to do for the problem? ... (22 replies)
... In answer to your question about the teeth appearing to be a perfect bite...My teeth appeared to be perfectly straight and to fit together but the orthodontist had pushed in my lower jaw and then pushed back my upper teeth to trap my lower jaw in this forced position. ... (10 replies)




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