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... der of suspected cracked molar, chipped front tooth causing hypersensitivity and pulp damage, swollen gums, shifted teeth. My teeth problems have not solved, you can take a look at my long thread in the other forum. ... (0 replies)
... we finally found a TMJ specialist who has 35 years experience. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, missing tooth can definitely cause tmj. Take me for example. ... (3 replies)

... so right after that happened I went and had the others removed before they erupted and could cause the same thing again. ... (4 replies)
... This could most DEFINITELY start TMJ. What a total idiot. Any dentist who put his knee on my chest would find himself hurled right across the room. I hope you are no longer using this dentist. But, yes, to answer your question. It certainly could have. Tiffany (8 replies)
... I remember about 8yrs ago I went to the dentist to have a back molar pulled and its root was twisted around my wisdom tooth. He literally had to put his knee on my chest to get this tooth out, and it took forever. ... (8 replies)
... is full braces. He wants to actually close the gap where my missing molar is on the bottom row which is what I, in addition to my dentist, personally suspect caused my TMJ symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... orthodontic issue resulting in mild to moderate tmj symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... not good signs though that is true that many people live with it and it does not progress much. One never knows! The problem is that if the bite is unstable the tmj problems will likely worsen over time. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone, I would love it if any of you can give me advice on my situation. ... (4 replies)
... Don't give up. I have been sent to the shrink several times in the past year. I was told I have TMJ and then the same specialist said that I only have TMJ like symptoms that are being caused by something else. I swell up like a chipmunk and for a petite frame, my face belongs to somebody else when times are bad. ... (2 replies)
TMJ Specialist
Jun 3, 2003
... He can make it right in the office. Takes about 10 minutes. ... (14 replies)
... originates from the last molar left on the side. ... (0 replies)
... Can TMJ cause sharp, shooting pain in teeth without an external stimuli? ... (0 replies)
Crying & TMJ
Oct 30, 2016
... they did my reconstruction wrong for got to increase vdo so I cry everyday in pain and frustration. Yes tmj can cause sever ear pain like your ear is exploding if your mom has dentures does she wear them to bed? ... (14 replies)
... relief. Relief came on Monday. In fact after a weekend of pure torture the pain escaped me in an instant. That instant turned out to be when the nerve of my back molar died. An infection had killed my nerve and at that point I had to have a root canal to remove the nerve from my tooth. ... (2 replies)
... rays nothing was wrong with my teeth. So I assume that it's the tmj That's been making my molars hurt. I've read that tmj can cause toothaches. So it possible that's what's causing yours. ... (1 replies)
... rescribed me some klonopin and sent me on my way. Symptoms stayed so I went to my dentist knowing I needed work, ended up with a root canal and crown on top back molar number 2. I thought maybe the sinusitis came from a tooth infection. ... (7 replies)
... n you mentioned above is the one who boards the NM dentists. I know you said he is not NM, but it sounds like he works under the philosophy that occlusion is the cause of TMJ disorders. Before you start any splint therapy, I would advise you to find a dentist boarded by AAOP or the ABOP. ... (9 replies)
TMJ pain
Jul 7, 2013
... I have been suffering from TMJ pain recently. I can't open my mouth completely and can't even yawn comfortably due to TMJ. ... (1 replies)


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