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... months, and then there may or may not be a Phase 2 to realign her bite. Since there was nothing wrong with her bite before the accident, we figured that after the disc went back into place from the splint her bite would be fine. Now I'm finding out that may not be the case... ... (5 replies)
... Do braces and elastics close a POSTERIOR open bite? ... (0 replies)
... when I had my bite screwed up from having unnecessary fillings done through air abrasion imprecise tooth filling method, then paid a prosthodontist nearly 10K to fix the bite and it just was made more worse now I'm back where I've started. ... (19 replies)

... Have developed a 5mm open bite starting 6 years ago. I am 51 yrs old now. ... (6 replies)
Open bite
Feb 23, 2005
... surgical ortho who recommended that I get my airway cleared out before undergoing invasive jaw surgery. He said that if I didn't fix the initial problem, my bite would relapse. ... (28 replies)
... he dentist, he continued to tell me that my nerves just had to settle down from the operation and then recently changed his tune telling me that I have a strange open bite and that braces is the only thing that can fix it. He still denies that it is related to the root canal, yet I know for a fact that it was. ... (7 replies)
... Does it fix your mandible in the forward position or does it work a different way? ... (11 replies)
... for 5 months my bite opened in the front one day when I woke up, which made my symptoms worse. ... (4 replies)
... k show down there. Every doctor I have seen since talks about it. It depends on what group of doctors you see,but most disagree with him and get stuck trying to fix his mess. ... (13 replies)
Sleeping
Dec 1, 2009
... my bite sounds EXACTLY like yours. I don't think I could have described it any better. ... (6 replies)
... Was informed by the orthodontist that I was developing an anterior open bite. Suggested orthognathic surgery. My mom refused this option and looked around for more conservative treatments. ... (19 replies)
... TMJ process is sometimes just a "shot in the dark" and I can only pray that mine turns out for the best. ... (4 replies)
... It is, is there any chance of fixing the anterior open bite with any type of splint? ... (20 replies)
... As far as TMJ background, I have developed an anterior open bite over this time period and I know I can grind my in my sleep. ... (11 replies)
... I had arthosentesis on both joints to try and get mobility back to my joints so that I can open up enough to get a bottom mouth piece, then braces ...I haven't decided on fixing my open bite with braces or surgery. Everyone is telling me not to have surgery but. ... (8 replies)
... I do have the option for non surgical treatment IF I can get my bite to open enough to get the bottom splint. That's my vicious cycle of a problem. I have limited opening and an open bite. ... (7 replies)
... on an occlusal guard that goes on the bottom teeth and is worn 24 hours for 6 months to get me out of pain, then braces then surgery bc I have an open bite. He says if I fix my open bite with braces the teeth will eventually move back to an open bite. That my problem is skeletal and not my teeth. ... (0 replies)
... Note, I never had braces as a kid. ... (0 replies)
... The surgeon wires your jaw shut for surgery when he put the implants in and it is very important that your bite is aligned because otherwise one joint can be overloaded and your implant can fail. I was also told I would need to wear a retain post surgery for a year or so to maintain the alignment. ... (6 replies)
... t know that but I was told I can stick to my splint if is working for me and I am absolutely thrilled on how great the splint is working for me. ... (6 replies)


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