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... I think most dentists are aware they can cause it and I believe they are made aware of it in their early training but I also believe too many dentists think they are too good for them to be the direct cause. ... (5 replies)
Tmj ?
Nov 17, 2007
... can cause the jaw to dysfuntion. Sometimes degenerative diseases such as forms of arthitis play a role. ... (12 replies)
... s the way most people chew. It is when there is a change to the other side of the mouth that the bite could change. Which could explain why some people develop Tmj after dental work. If they switch their chewing side because of a bad tooth, new crown, etc, it can cause a change. Dr. ... (14 replies)

Could this be TMJ
Apr 18, 2004
... If they have not that is just silly. My dentist did but sent me to specialists just to make sure it was nothing else. ... (5 replies)
Looking For Help?
Aug 21, 2003
... So far that has included all adjustments. It also included all the impressions beforehand. The only reason I don't wear that one at night is because my original splint was an upper one and the orthodontist that had been working on it did something to it to keep my top teeth from shifting. ... (46 replies)
... I was diagnosed with TMJ about 12 years ago after a breakdown. It causes on going issues and pain which I try and stay on top of as best I can. ... (4 replies)
... My biggest problem are my facial muscles which are enlarged and painful from not being in balance. Do you have this issue? ... (17 replies)
... Thank you so much for responding to my post about the crown. I was wondering what could be done now, considering that the dentist ground on the tooth about the crown and on the crown already. ... (25 replies)
... o a crown for a while ? ... (7 replies)
... I have similar situation as you. I have lower molar that is sensitive, but TMJ dentist thinks its from clenching.Does it hurt when u push on it? ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I am new to the boards, glad I found you. ... (7 replies)
... Wow, I didn't realize how much you have been through. My doc wants to do a bridge on my upper back teeth and replace 2 other missing teeth then crowning. That is why I am so scared..scared it will make it worse. ... (10 replies)
... I began to see a therapist back in october and he put me on 75mg of Zoloft and Ambien at night. In the past few months I have noticed that at night my jaw is very fatigued and a bit achey. ... (3 replies)
... Yes just one back molar will cause your muscles to pull your jaw up. So basically i was lacking "vertical dimension" on the left side. ... (7 replies)
... I'm not sure from your post if you mean the crown is feeling too high or you just can't be sure really how high it should be. ... (18 replies)
Hello TiffanyAnn
Oct 27, 2003
... I asked my dentist office if I could make payments. ... (23 replies)
Hello TiffanyAnn
Oct 24, 2003
... It's so funny you would ask about when I see Dr. LaFerla next. I acutally saw him today because last Friday night my crown fell off and when my dentist cemented it back on he did not get it seated in exactly the same place it had been seated before so I was hitting really hard on my splint on one side. ... (23 replies)
... Finally saw the tmj doc today. First of all, the splint that my son broke, he said he could repair. ... (7 replies)
... Pressure on a tooth, especially "one" taking the "brunt" when you bite down can cause unbelievable pain. ... (2 replies)
... ally have found its not bad. They know me and that I have pain issues and can't open very wide. Somehow they manage to work around it. We book extra time and my hygenist is very good about asking how I feel and not pushing it. But you have to trust your judgement based on your own experiences. ... (3 replies)




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