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... Sorry to hear about what you are dealing with. If your jaw is misaligned, it can definitely cause speech problems......You probably need to consult with a tmj specialist, someone who devotes a huge part of their pratice to tmd. ... (6 replies)
... I have ear, eye, nasal, neck, back, and every other problem or symtom you have seen on any list. I also have irreversible nerve damage that can never be repaired. ... (17 replies)
... I guess that's a good description of what has happened to my face. The slurring speech is in there as a symptom of having an off bite, too. Interesting. ... (8 replies)

Tongue tied?
Apr 20, 2007
... This can hinder your tongue movements and cause speech impediments. ... (1 replies)
... It does not cure TMJD, it changes bone structure. If you have skeletal problems or misaligned jaws, this surgery may correct these problems. If these problems are contributing to TMJ problems, it may help. You will still need other treatments such as braces, splints, etc. ... (1 replies)
... I'm having a disagreement with my dentist concerning the cause of my tmj symptoms and I want to know if what I'm proposing is reasonable. The symptom is waking up with closed locks. During the latest phase of treatment we've been using what I would call a "double sided" splint. That is, it is a single piece of epoxy that has tooth impressions on both sides. It fits... (3 replies)
Dec 1, 2009
... when this happened, but in order to wear a splint, the braces had to be removed a few months before they were supposed to be. Dr. Hoffman has said that he can completely fix my bite during the joint replacement surgery, which is likely in my near future. ... (6 replies)
... In a nutshell for the past 1.5yrs my left jaw has been giving me grief. ... (10 replies)
Tmj symptom
Jul 23, 2003
... Most of the time this happens due to muscular problems. You mentioned it's worse when your jaw feels tight. Has anyone told you how wide you can open your mouth? ... (6 replies)

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