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... It was feeling like someone took a hammer and pounded my teeth with it. I had particular teeth that would hurt, and then eventually, that pain would disapear. You'd think you had a bad cavity or absess. But no.. ... (8 replies)
TMJ face change
Jan 13, 2010
... st speechless in the conversation, because if I say one word, he would say 100 words. it was well explained. anyway, if the splint therapy wouldn't work then how can a doctor treat me without a surgery? ... (97 replies)
I am so mad!!!!!!
Dec 19, 2003
... We have a tmj policy as a part of my husbands employers medical coverage. ... (22 replies)

I'm terrified
Aug 21, 2014
... king the professional help of a psychiatrist or a pyschologist. It doesn't mean you are crazy, it just sounds that your anxieties about becoming ill and seeing a doctor are so overwhelming that it is interefering with normal activities of your life. ... (3 replies)
... you have gone through. It's not easy at all to find a good tmjd specialist. Unfortunately, you may need to drive to locate a good one. Not everyone knows how to treat tmjd effectively. Many of us on here have been to doctor after doctor, and are still in treatment, or still looking for a good specialist. ... (1 replies)
Tmj is arthritis?
Jan 19, 2006
... Not all TMJ is arthritis. And that doctor was a jerk. I would say worse, but it is not allowed. ... (10 replies)
... Magnesium can help muscles relax but to be honest I don't believe its a cure all. ... (5 replies)
... I posted on this board a few years ago confused and having no idea what was wrong with me. I had seen countless doctors and knew it was TMJ related but had no way to prove it. I lived in a small town with hack doctors who thought I was seeking medication. ... (12 replies)
One problem down
Feb 3, 2004
... has made it necessary to perform this complex surgical procedure and, because of the seriousness of my condition, the TMJ reconstruction procedure cannot be considered an absolute solution to my TMJ problems. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Navy: I was just curious, who do you see for treatment? Thanks, Tiffany (19 replies)
... I see a functional jaw orthodontist that also has a tmj clinic. ... (19 replies)
... Yippeeeeeee! I can't believe my luck. I finally live in a place close to one of the top Orthodontists to treat TMJ and who does Functional Orthodontics. Actually, I've been told that he brought Functional Orthodontics to this country. I couldn't find better care for my son. ... (4 replies)
... HELLO Could anyone suffering with a feeling of clogged stuffiness in ears explain why and what exactly causes it if there is no ear infection and no fluid in ear why we get this horrible sensation, as i have seen 2 different ent specialists and gps who say my ear is all right now, i did have a ear infection 9 weeks ago and thats why im confused :confused: if the ear is... (9 replies)
... I'm happy because the new office is much closer to where I live and it gives me the opportunity to take my son there for functional orthodontics too. ... (19 replies)
... I have fibromyalgia and TMJ usually comes along with it, so I have had a lot of fatigue with my flare this time around. Do you have any neuromuscular issues that may cause you fatigue? ... (7 replies)
Tmj is arthritis?
Jan 20, 2006
... I'm glad you found this board and some good advice. I will just reiterate what all the others are saying. Yes, tmj can be caused by arthritis. Mine is. But, there can be so many different forms of tmj, the only way to even start is to find a specialist and get an mri. ... (10 replies)
... Only the jaw joints can open, close, slide forward, slide backward, and move side to side. ... (9 replies)
... popping noises when I opened my mouth, some discomfort, and a small lump in front of my right ear. ... (12 replies)
TMJ face change
Feb 12, 2010
... I think you are on the right track..Yes, Dr. simmons is expensive...If you do go for a consult with him, ask him point blank if he can give you a discount for not having tmj insurance, or dental. Some dentists will have compassion for those of us that are flat broke. ... (97 replies)
... er than a regular dds will. They are out there, we just need to find them. With that said, I think that there are far too many dentists out there that claim they can treat tmj but really have no idea what they are doing. Especially in severe cases where your bite has been changed prior to their treatment. ... (10 replies)




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