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... we finally found a TMJ specialist who has 35 years experience. ... (5 replies)
... r how you have been suffering for so long, and yes i totally understand about what you mean about the shiatsu, once you find something that helps its frustrating to not be able to have that relief on hand all the time, if only the world were perfect! ... (9 replies)
... and chose wrong now I'm suffering more! My bite is now messed up even more with my back teeth hitting now as they did not before and wearing off too. I know this can be fixed with the teeth being built up but it's just so hard finding someone to trust. What did you decide to do? ... (1 replies)

... from a TMJ specialist dentist. I am wearing the splint every night. I need to go for Phase II as the phase 1 created bite issues so my molar teeth are not touching and i have problems eating. ... (1 replies)
... TMJ connection. I have an incredible ENT who I had been with for years who I went to twice and he couldn't find anything wrong with my ears. He offered tubes to try to help with the stuffiness after so many months, but we both decided that wasn't the right way to go. ... (7 replies)
... m at a loss and really hoping others experiences may be able to help me work out where to go next for help. ... (11 replies)
TMJ surgery
Apr 25, 2014
... Normally surgery is not the correct procedure unless you have been in a traumatic car accident or something like that. It all depends, but normally you try to have treatment without surgery to see if that is successful first. ... (6 replies)
... I am new to this forum, but have been around a very long time, reading all of your posts about living with this awful disorder. ... (7 replies)
... It's a good question about whether or not braces are necessary for permanently and successfully recapturing disks. My braces were for bite issues, so I'm unclear on this. ... (12 replies)
... What does back teeth to erupt mean? ... (7 replies)
... MJD pain off and on for 13 years now. Mine started when I was 15. I got heat stroke at the beach, passed out and hit a fence post on the way down. Gave me trauma to my left TMJ and whiplash. It wasn't properly treated then. I lived in West Virginia at the time and there were no specialists. ... (9 replies)
... prong treatment approach will help me get things back under control. ... (7 replies)
... I notice you said you had braces in the past. ... (75 replies)
... ve subsided or are almost gone. People should never let a dentist change their bites until phase 1 is done successfully. Also, a repositional splint is supposed to be worn 24.7 usually, all the time, even eating. This part took me a while to grasp. ... (8 replies)
... ne of your discs. The pop you hear is the disc recapturing itself, or going back into the correct place. When you lock, the disc is being displaced, and you need to be very careful to not force your jaw open. ... (10 replies)
... So sorry you are so young and having to deal with this..I got tmj from braces when I was 19. Muscle spasms started right away in jaw joints, neck , shoulders. I now have grating sounds in both joints, and popping in my right joint as well. ... (6 replies)
... Wow! Thank you all so much for the quick and wonderful responses. This is actually the first time I've posted on a TMJ message board where people actually wrote back... ... (5 replies)
... WillsMama, I am so glad you posted here. To begin with, I see you are from Nashville, as am I. Any chance this 3 hour consultation was with a Dr. Simmons? ... (7 replies)
... Hey everyone! My teeth has relapsed well enough for me to see much more clearly as to what needs to be done to my jaw. ... (0 replies)
... is one of the main causes of tmj in later years. ... (10 replies)


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